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Wednesday, July 8th, 2009 at 3:02 pm  |  13 responses

Zaza decides to stay with Hawks

On the initial day of free agents being allowed to officially sign, Zaza Pachulia followed in teammate Mike Bibby’s footsteps and re-signed with the Atlanta Hawks. The contract, reportedly four years in length, is for the same duration as his last contract; however, he will be making signifiganly more than the 16 million he collected over the last four season.

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  • Ken

    Finally, we can all breathe a sigh of relief.

  • Riggs

    who?

  • Josh D

    One of these guys(Bibby+Crawford)better be ready to be the sixth man

  • Josh D

    Sorry though ur talking bout the bibby resigning

  • http://slamonline.com/ niQ

    If he can average 20 minutes a night then he’ll be good. I just wish he got more blocks.

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/officerbarbrady what

    Crawford’s the 6th man. The starting lineup will be the same as last year when they re-sign Marvin. Sund’s done a great job keeping this team together. This is a 50 win team next year barring injury.

  • Teddy-the-Bear

    Zadidas!

  • Quail

    no one else is asking, so i will… does anybody care?

  • AlbertBarr

    Zaza is better than expected usually, he could have been a huge impact player on a contender so…I care,

  • http://hibachi20.blogspot.com Blinguo

    That could also be a nickname, if the T that was supposed to be there was a G instead of missing: signifiganly, rather “Signifigangly.” Watch your back for the Gangly next time you play the Hawks, KG. You too Sheed.

  • http://www.realcavsfans.com Anton

    So he’s not mad about the invasion of his country?

  • zaza pachulia

    arent i awesome

  • http://slamonline Blaze

    Hawks will still SuSu ck. J/k. Resigning Bibby was a good move, Joe Johnson is still the man, Josh Smith and Marvin Williams need to step up a little bit, their not that young anymore. Maybe a veteran big man will make teams take these guys more seriously. And I may be the only Ronald Murray fan outside of ATL.

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