ATLANTA (AP) -- The Atlanta Hawks are healthy and eager to show what they can really do in the playoffs.
The Hawks were banged up a year ago when they took on Cleveland in a second-round series. Joe Johnson and Al Horford had sprained ankles, while Marvin Williams was struggling with a sprained shooting wrist. Not surprisingly, LeBron James and the Cavaliers swept Atlanta in four straight games.
Outside of a few minor aches and pains, the Hawks are 100 percent heading into Saturday's Game 1 against Milwaukee. And this time, it's the other team that's dealing with a major injury: Bucks center Andrew Bogut is out for the playoffs after an ugly tumble to the court with two weeks left in the regular season.