ESPN "Atlanta Hawks forward Thabo Sefolosha filed a civil suit against five New York City police officers and the city on Wednesday. Sefolosha's suit includes charges of false arrest, excessive force, malicious prosecution and false imprisonment. Sefolosha's notice of claim, filed last year, sets $50..." April 06
Sac Kings have interest in Thabo Sefolosha, according to league source. He'd be much-needed defensive boost in perimeter
Peachtree Hoops "Trade rumors continue to swirl around the Atlanta Hawks as we close in on Thursday's trade deadline. While players like Al Horford, Jeff Teague and to a lesser extent Kyle Kover have seen their names mentioned in multiple scenarios, ESPN.com's Chris Broussard adds a new name to the mix reporting..." February 17
ESPN "ive minutes and 22 seconds after Thabo Sefolosha came out onto the sidewalk from a Manhattan nightclub on the morning of April 8, his wrists were manacled behind his back and two policemen were steering him by his elbows toward the rear seat of a cop car. In the days, weeks and months to..." December 18
New York Times "New York City’s Civilian Complaint Review Board ruled on Monday that the police had no right to arrest Atlanta Hawks basketball player Thabo Sefolosha outside a nightclub in April, but that officers had not used excessive force when they knocked him to the ground and broke his leg. A..." November 24
New York Post "Thabo Sefolosha hopes to have a quick resolution to his civil case against New York City, its police department and the officers involved in the incident that left him with a broken leg on April 8. “Yes, definitely,” Sefolosha told The Post after his Hawks beat the Nets, 101-87, Wednesday night..." November 05
Thabo Sefolosha is OUT for Tuesday’s game in Miami. Mike Muscala still listed as questionable
Complex "By now, we hope you’re familiar with what happened to Thabo Sefolosha outside of the New York City nightclub 1 Oak back in April. A short time after his fellow NBA player Chris Copeland was stabbed outside the club, Sefolosha was arrested by a group of NYPD officers who broke Sefolosha’s leg in..." October 29
ESPN "Atlanta Hawks forward Thabo Sefolosha said he will file a civil suit against the city of New York, the NYPD and the officers involved in the April 8 incident that left him with a broken leg. In an interview Monday with ESPN's Hannah Storm, Sefolosha said he hasn't fully healed from the..." October 27
ESPN "Hawks forward Thabo Sefolosha said Wednesday he has yet to decide whether he'll file a civil suit against New York City and the arresting officers in an April 8 altercation that left him with a broken leg. "I haven't made a decision yet," Sefolosha told ESPN.com following the Hawks' 82-81..." October 22
New York Post "The NBA player who beat criminal charges of resisting arrest in a melee outside a Manhattan nightclub plans to sue the city and eight cops for up to $50 million over what he claims are “permanent” injuries, even though he’s back on the court — and dunking. Thabo Sefolosha of the Atlanta Hawks..." October 21
ESPN "An investigation by the Civilian Complaint Review Board, an independent governmental agency in New York that evaluates police conduct, has regained momentum after the acquittal of Atlanta Hawks forward Thabo Sefolosha, sources close to the case said on Friday. In an incident with officers on..." October 17
ESPN "National Basketball Players Association executive director Michele Roberts said the union will aggressively support Atlanta Hawks guard Thabo Sefolosha if he chooses to pursue civil litigation against the New York City Police Department after he was found not guilty of charges stemming from an..." October 15
Sporting News "Clearly, this is the kind of court Thabo Sefolosha prefers. The Hawks forward, fresh off his acquittal last week in a New York trial, on Wednesday played his first game since sustaining a broken right leg and ligament damage April 7 while being arrested outside a New York nightclub. "It’s..." October 15
ESPN "Atlanta Hawks' player Thabo Sefolosha was acquitted Friday in a case stemming from a police fracas outside a trendy New York City nightclub. A Manhattan jury found Sefolosha not guilty of misdemeanor obstructing government administration, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. The..." October 10
Black Sports Online "Atlanta Hawks guard-forward Thabo Sefolosha testified Wednesday that he was trying to give money to a homeless guy after exchanging words with a police officer when he was kicked in the leg and taken to the ground by the police. According to The Nation, Sefolosha, whose right leg was fractured..." October 09
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Thabo Sefolosha spoke up for himself Wednesday, taking the stand in his own defense as his trial neared a conclusion. The Hawks player testified for more than half an hour, giving a gripping account of an April incident outside a Manhattan nightclub. Sefolosha was arrested and charged with..." October 07
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Four New York City Police officers struggled on the witness stand Tuesday to explain why they arrested Hawks player Thabo Sefolosha, a rocky start for the prosecution in the first day of testimony in Sefolosha’s trial in a Manhattan courtroom. While they made a strong case that Sefolosha..." October 07
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "The trial of Hawks player Thabo Sefolosha began Monday with jury selection. Defense attorney Alex Spiro declared that his client is “completely innocent.” Opening statements are set for Tuesday morning, with Sefolosha facing charges of obstructing government administration, resisting arrest and..." October 06
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Thabo Sefolosha said he experienced some pain in his right leg but called it part of the rehabilitation process following Wednesday’s training camp practice. “It’s a process,” Sefolosha said. “It’s painful, a little bit. I’m making progress. I knew it was going to be like that. It’s nothing..." October 01
New York Post "Prosecutors dismissed criminal charges Wednesday against former Atlanta Hawks player Pero Antic for interfering with the police investigation into the April stabbing of ex-Knicks forward Chris Copeland outside night club 1Oak. “The People move to dismiss Antic’s case in the interest of..." September 10
Sporting News "Charges brought against former Hawks forward Pero Antic for his role in an April scuffle with police outside of a New York nightclub have been dropped, ESPN reported Wednesday. Antic's former teammate, Thabo Sefolosha, suffered season-ending injuries to his right leg in the same incident and is..." September 09
Thabo Sefolosha says he isn't sure if he will be ready for training camp but is progressing well. Says the Oct. 5 trial date isn't ideal.
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Thabo Sefolosha is on the mend. The Hawks begin training camp for the 2015-16 season in two months and their guard/forward said he is progressing from a broken right fibula. “I am doing better every day,” Sefolosha told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “The leg and ankle are feeling good..." July 30
On his rehab, Sefolosha estimates his return time as "four more months (but) I'm just guessing."
Non-#Knicks tweet: The trial for Hawks players Thabo Sefolosha and Pero Antic has been set for September 9th in New York.
The Score "Atlanta Hawks players Thabo Sefolosha and Pero Antic had their trial date for misdemeanor chargers set for Sept. 9 in a hearing in New York City Criminal Court on Tuesday. Sefolosha was charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct, and Antic with disorderly conduct and harassment. Both..." June 16
Pro Basketball Talk "Hawks guard Thabo Sefolosha claims police caused his season-ending injury. Police say Sefolosha refused to leave the area of the crime scene and then resisted arrest. Sefolosha has declined to address specifics of that night, which also saw Pacers forward Chris Copeland stabbed and Hawks..." April 16
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Thabo Sefolosha addressed the media Tuesday for the first time since his arrest last week in New York. Sefolosha suffered a season-ending broken fibula and torn ligaments that will require surgery. Here are excerpts of his interview: Opening statement: I would like to begin by expressing my..." April 15
Thabo Sefolosha issues statement through team, specifically cites NYPD as the cause of his broken leg. pic.twitter.com/mjBnAcM84M
ESPN "The events surrounding the arrest and ensuing season-ending injury of Atlanta Hawks forward Thabo Sefolosha in New York on Wednesday have come under increasing scrutiny by the National Basketball Players Association and the Hawks during the past 24 hours, league sources say. Sefolosha was..." April 10
TMZ "Atlanta Hawks star Thabo Sefolosha was grabbed around the neck -- and flung to the ground -- in a struggle with several NYPD officers during his Wednesday arrest ... and TMZ Sports has the footage. Before the video begins, Thabo's teammate Pero Antic was already sitting on the curb -- subdued..." April 10
ESPN "Atlanta Hawks forward Thabo Sefolosha has been diagnosed with a fractured tibia and will miss the remainder of the regular season and playoffs, sources close to Sefolosha confirmed on Thursday. Real GM was the first to report the diagnosis. Sefolosha sustained the injury while resisting..." April 09
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Thabo Sefolosha suffered a season-ending broken fibula at some point during his arrest in New York, according to a person familar with the situation. Sefolosha will also miss the playoffs. The Hawks guard/forward was arrested along with teammate Pero Antic in the early-morning hours Wednesday..." April 09
Pro Basketball Talk "As facts are continuing to come out about last night’s stabbing incident involving Pacers forward Chris Copeland, Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer and players Thabo Sefolosha and Pero Antic have released statements. Sefolosha and Antic were arrested at the nightclub were the stabbing occurred for..." April 09
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "The following are the details contained in the police report on the arrest of Hawks players Pero Antic and Thabo Sefolosha early Wednesday morning in New York City. Antic and Sefolosha were arraigned shortly before 3 p.m. and released on their own recognizance. The report was filed by Police..." April 08
New York Daily News "A former member of the New York Knicks now playing for the Indiana Pacers was stabbed in the abdomen — and his wife slashed — during an argument at 1 OAK club in Chelsea early Wednesday, cop sources said. Chris Copeland’s attacker was arrested, and two members of the Atlanta Hawks, Pero Antić..." April 08
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer said Monday that Thabo Sefolosha is nearing a return from a strained right calf muscle. The guard/forward has been out since Jan. 31 and missed the past 23 games. “Thabo is very close,” Budenholzer said. “He had a very good workout today. I think we’ll see how his..." March 24
CMB says Thabo Sefolosha is 'very, very close' to return from calf injury. #ATLHawks
Thabo Sefolosha will be inactive for Hawks. Sent home with flu-like symptoms. #ATLHawks
The Thunder also will receive the rights to Sofoklis Schortsanitis. OKC will send Sefolosha, the rights to Giorgos Printezis and cash to ATL
Thabo Sefolosha will start at SG for OKC
Caron Butler is starting in place of Thabo Sefolosha.
Thabo Sefolosha will play tonight. He'll play limited minutes.
Presti said an MRI confirms a calf strain on Thabo Sefolosha and "we're probably going to be without him for a while." Says 4-6 weeks.
RT @anthonyVslater Thabo Sefolosha is out tonight w/ a sprained right knee. Andre Roberson...will start in his place.
Thabo Sefolosha, who missed Saturday's game at Milwaukee with flu-like symptoms, will return tonight against Denver.
Thabo Sefolosha is out tonight with flu-like symptoms. Jeremy Lamb will start in his place.
Pro Basketball Talk "This went unnoticed during Thursday night’s closer-than-expected contest between the Knicks and the Thunder, but you can bet that the league will be reviewing it in the days that follow. With about 5:20 remaining in the fourth quarter, J.R. Smith takes an aggressive swing with his right elbow..." March 08