Seven weeks ago the Hawks were in danger of becoming just the second team in the club’s 35-year history to finish with the wooden spoon.
But after winning six of their past seven games, they are now on the cusp of a top-four finish.
If they beat arch rivals Sydney on Friday night at WIN Entertainment Centre, the Hawks will qualify for the semi-finals for the third time in the last five years.
We are looking at one of the biggest games in over 5 years! LET's GO HAWKS!! Tickets are selling FAST -... http://t.co/WmM7i2EBwG— Wollongong Hawks (@wollongonghawks) March 21, 2014
Tip off: 7.30pm; WIN Entertainment Centre.
Tickets (while they last): 4229 7722 or online via Ticketek.
Take a trip down memory lane and watch some of our favourite Hawks moments. Do you have another fav? Leave a comment and let us know!
The final moments and celebrations of the 2001 Wollongong Hawks Championship.
Watch THAT free throw by Damon Lowery that sent the Wollongong Hawks into the 2001 NBL Grand Finals.
Bloopers - A lighter look at the 2011/12 Hawks season
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He might be his team’s deepest thinker, but even Larry Davidson can’t explain how the Wollongong Hawks morphed from pretenders into contenders.
Championship-winning guard James Harvey is confident his Sydney teammate Jesse Sanders can shut down Wollongong sharpshooter Rotnei Clarke in Friday’s all-NSW battle for the final play-off spot.