102715 ATLANTA: -- A new Hawks logo is painted on the tunnel wall leading out to the court for the first regular season basketball game "home opener" on Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015, in Atlanta. Curtis Compton / ccompton@ajc.com
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Game preview: Hawks get rematch with Pacers 

When/where: 7:30 p.m. today, Philips Arena 

TV: Fox Sports Southeast 

Stream: Fox Sports Go 

Radio: 92.9 The Game 

Injuries: Hawks— Tyler Cavanaugh (ankle), Antonius Cleveland (ankle) and DeAndre’ Bembry (abdominal) are out; Malcolm Delaney (knee) is questionable. 

Pacers— Darren Collison (knee) is out. 

What to watch for: The Hawks (18-43) have lost four straight games and six of their last seven. This is the second meeting within five days between the Hawks and Pacers, who won 116-93 at home on Friday. The Pacers also beat the Hawks 105-95 on Dec. 20 at Philips Arena. The series concludes on March 9 at Philips Arena. 

If Delaney doesn’t play, there’s a chance Hawks guard Jaylen Morris will make his NBA debut after signing a 10-day contract today. The Hawks sent wing Andrew White to their G-League affiliate in Erie after he played 18 minutes in the loss to the Lakers on Monday. If coach Mike Budenholzer sticks with a 10-man rotation Morris would be the final healthy body. 

Jaylen Morris made it from NCAA Division II Molloy College to the NBA. The Hawks signed him to a 10-day contract on Wednesday.

The Pacers (34-26) began their four-game trip with a lost at Dallas on Monday that ended their winning streak at four games. The Pacers are 15-7 since their season-high losing streak of five games.