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NBA scout disses Joe Johnson
NBA scout says JJ not 'lead player' for Hawks
Two games into this season, Joe Johnson is leading the league in scoring (30.0 ppg.) and has the Hawks atop the Southeast Division heading into tonight's showdown against the Hornets in New Orleans. Poll.
•Next game: at Hornets, 8 p.m., tonight, SPSO / 790.
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Raiders could cut DeAngelo Hall
The team's head coach and front-office people met Tuesday to discuss the possibility of purging the roster of several high-profile players, including ex-Falcon cornerback DeAngelo Hall and wide receiver Javon Walker, according to two people close to the situation.
Michael Jenkins finally emerging for Falcons
•Next game: vs. Saints. 1 p.m., Sunday, Fox, 92.9 FM.
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Braves courting Japanese pitcher
While team officials continue discussions on a possible trade for San Diego ace Jake Peavy, they were the first major league team to make an offer to 22-year-old Japanese free agent Junichi Tazawa, a hard-throwing right-hander also being courted by the Red Sox, Mariners and Cubs.
K-Rod, ex-Braves Furcal, Renteria file for free agency
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UGA's Bobo addresses red-zone struggles
Georgia has trouble scoring touchdowns against BCS opponents, converting 53.8 percent of its chances (14-of-26). In comparison, Georgia went 8-for-8 against Ga. Southern and Central Michigan, non BCS teams.
Georgia looks to avoid Florida hangover | Florida boots CB after arrest
•Next game: at Kentucky, 12:30 p.m., Saturday, WATL, 750 AM.
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Tech lands Vols' recruit
Valdosta's 6-foot-4, 290-pound offensive lineman Antonio Foster told the AJC that he has switched his commitment from Tennessee to Georgia Tech.
•Next game: at North Carolina, noon, Saturday, Raycom, 790 AM.
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Lassiter 'miracle play' appears on ESPN
There's a name in Lassiter's playbook for what tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen did on Friday night against Centennial: Ace Left Mesh Wide.
GHSA denies Osborne forfeit bid
Maya Moore named to All-America team | More high school news/photos

Mickelson weighs joining European Tour
Beginning this season, the European Tour will require members to play 12 events, up from 11. The four major championships and three World Golf Championships - six of those seven are held in the United States - count toward the 12. Mickelson suggested it would be easy to play five more tournaments on the European Tour and still play in the United States.
Minor changes for Augusta National

Jeff Schultz: Has UGA QB Stafford made NFL choice?
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