Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Mike Scott faces up to 25 years in prison on two felony drug charges stemming from his arrest last month. An initial court date in the case could take several months to be placed on the calendar as the drugs have been set to an independent lab for processing, according to the Banks County..." August 12
TMZ "Atlanta Hawks forward Mike Scott took a felony bullet during a recorded interrogation -- admitting all the drugs cops found in his car were his ... so his kid brother wouldn't get in trouble. TMZ Sports obtained the video of Banks County Sheriff's deputies questioning Scott about the July 30..." August 08
Incident report also says Mike Scott admitted all drugs belonged to him, not his brother. Brother was unaware and took repsonsibility.
Fox Atlanta "Atlanta Hawks forward James Michael "Mike" Scott was arrested by Banks County deputies on Thursday after a chase. The 27-year-old now faces felony drug possession charges. The Banks County Sheriff’s Office said Scott was in a 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe that fled a traffic stop on Interstate 85 around..." July 31
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "The Hawks didn’t just come out of Denver with a loss Wednesday. They came out will several injuries. Forward Mike Scott was listed as doubtful on the Hawks injury report Thursday with a left big toe strain. He was joined by guard Dennis Schroder, who is questionable with a right ankle..." March 12
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "The Hawks officially announced the signing of Mike Scott Tuesday. The restricted free agent forward agreed to a three-year, $10 million contract, two years guaranteed plus a team option, earlier this month. “Mike has worked hard and continues to adapt, improve and expand his all-around game,”..." August 27
Preference remains to stay in NBA, but Atlanta RFA Mike Scott considering lucrative three-year offer with CSKA-Moscow, sources tell Yahoo.
Mike Scott was back at practice after missing time yesterday with tweaked ankle. #ATLHawks
Fox Sports South "Humbling. That’s the word that Atlanta Hawks forward Mike Scott used to describe his rookie season. A year ago, he was a First-Team All-Atlantic Coast Conference player for the University of Virginia, runner-up for its player of the year award and capable of dominating games. In the final..." April 10