Ferrell left out in the cold during Hawks' hot streak

December 11, 1993|By Don Markus | Don Markus,Staff Writer

ATLANTA -- After all he had been through just to get to the NBA, after all he had done to work his way into a regular spot in the playing rotation of the Atlanta Hawks, Duane Ferrell concluded that his life as a pro basketball player was finally established as the 1993-94 season began.

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Opponent: Atlanta HawksSite: Baltimore Arena

Time: 7:30

TV: HTS

Radio: WXZL (103.1 FM), WTEM (570 AM)

Outlook: The Hawks are the league's hottest team with a 12-game winning streak. F Dominique Wilkins (25.1 ppg) leads the team in scoring, but it's a defense that has limited opponents to 97.0 points a game that has sparked the Hawks. G Mookie Blaylock is sixth in the league in assists (9.8) and second in steals (2.71). The Bullets lost all three on their recent road trip and have a six-game losing streak. G Rex Chapman (17.8 ppg) and F Don MacLean (17.2) lead the Bullets in scoring.

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