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Hawks vs. Celtics - Jan. 13
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Fans will have to wait until mid-January for Al Horford's return to Atlanta. Horford, who signed with the Celtics in the offseason, is sure to receive a warm welcome after nine seasons as a Hawk; making the playoffs in every season.
Hawks vs. Pacers - March 5
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Jeff Teague's only trip back to Atlanta will come March 5 when Indiana visits. Teague spent seven seasons as a Hawk, helping to lead the franchise to playoff berths in all seven seasons and a franchise-best 60 wins two years ago.
Hawks vs. Warriors - March 6
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One night after Jeff Teague returns, we turn right around and face the Warriors, who won an NBA record 73 games last season and made arguably the biggest move of the offseason with the signing of former MVP Kevin Durant.
Hawks at Cavaliers - Nov. 8
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We won't have to wait long for our first matchup against the reigning champions. Our first trip back to Cleveland will come Nov. 8. The Cavs return most of the gang that eliminated us from the playoffs last season.
Hawks vs. Spurs - Jan. 1
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New Year's Day action features San Antonio's first trip to Philips Arena in the post-Tim Duncan era. Pau Gasol now mans the middle for the always reliable Spurs, who are the only team ex-Popovich assistant Mike Budenholzer has yet to defeat in his career.
Hawks at Rockets - Feb. 2
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Groundhog Day marks the return of Dwight Howard to Houston, where he spent three seasons as a member of the Rockets and helped lead them to a Western Conference Finals berth in 2015.
Hawks at Knicks - Jan. 16
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We will not host a Martin Luther King Jr. Day game for the first time in nearly two decades. Instead, we'll be in New York to face a retooled Knicks squad that made a splash in the offseason by signing Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah.
Hawks at Raptors - Dec. 3
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The Raptors were one of the pleasant surprises of the 2015-16 season, winning a franchise-best 56 games and coming within two wins of a trip to the NBA Finals. Jared Sullinger replaces Bismack Biyombo in the frontcourt rotation.
Hawks vs. Wizards - Oct. 27
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The Wizards come to Philips Arena in the season opener for both teams on Oct. 27. The revamped Washington roster includes the likes of Trey Burke, Ian Mahinmi, Andrew Nicholson and JJ Hickson around household names John Wall and Bradley Beal.
Hawks vs. Bulls - Nov. 9
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The night after our trip to Cleveland comes another tough test against a new-look Bulls team. Derrick Rose, Joakim Noah and Pau Gasol are gone, replaced by savvy veterans Rajon Rondo, Dwyane Wade and Robin Lopez.

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