What prompted the discovery of this e-mail was a comment by Ferry at a team meeting when, while reading a scouting report about free agent Luol Deng, he said "he's a good guy over all, but he's not perfect. He's got some African in him. And I don't say that in a bad way."
The Atlanta Hawks re-signed big man Elton Brand on Tuesday and agreed to terms with free-agent guard Kent Bazemore.
The Atlanta Hawks agreed to terms with free agent guard Kent Bazemore on Tuesday.
Atlanta Hawks general manager Danny Ferry is taking a leave of absence after making controversial remarks about NBA player Luol Deng.
A newspaper says it has obtained audio of Atlanta Hawks general manager Danny Ferry making racially charged comments about NBA player Luol Deng.
A chain of events involving general manager Danny Ferry led to Atlanta Hawks majority owner Bruce Levenson selling his controlling interest in the franchise.
Bruce Levenson, the NBA and even Donald Sterling can all take credit Monday morning for the unfolding event surrounding yet another bizarre, racially-motivated incident involving an NBA owner and his selling of the team.
Atlanta Hawks co-owner Bruce Levenson has decided to sell his controlling interest in the franchise in the wake of a racially insensitive e-mail he wrote two years ago.
The Atlanta Hawks re-signed forward Mike Scott on Tuesday.
The Atlanta Hawks re-signed guard Shelvin Mack on Friday.
I really do try my best not to hate anyone, seeing as how that word can be thrown around rather easily, which is why it was so tough watching the Florida State-Louisville game on Thursday night.
Keselowski and Harvick are currently ranked seven and eighth, respectively, in the eight-driver Chase field for the Eliminator Round. The third round in the playoffs began last Sunday at Martinsville, the only short track on the Chase schedule.
The Wolf knew Jules and Vincent weren't in the clear when the gangsters cleaned up their car in Jimmie's garage.
The Detroit Tigers wasted little time making decisions on 2013 American League Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer and designated hitter Victor Martinez, extending one-year qualifying offers to the two All-Stars one day after both filed for free agency.
All of that hype and for what? Nothing.
In a fitting twist of fate, the New Jersey Devils finally ended their NHL record run of shootout losses on Oct. 30, or as some folks call it, "Devil's Night."