NBA Playoffs: Atlanta Hawks tied the Eastern Conference finals series 2-2 vs Bucks

After the four games in the Eastern Conference finals, the Milwaukee Bucks and Atlanta Hawks are now tied in their best-of-seven series 2-2 following Hawks’ Game 4 victory by 110-88. Game 5 is scheduled for Friday, 2 July at 6:00 am.

The Bucks had an opportunity in starting to dominate the series after the star player Trae Young, who was out for Game 4 with a deep bond bruise in his right foot and an acute absence of physical strength and a notable degree of pain made it impossible for him to return, but they couldn’t take the advantage of this situation. The outcome was the opposite that took place at State Farm Arena and Bucks got dominated early with no chance to fight back after their star player of the series, Giannis Antetokounmpo was forced to go off following hyperextending his knee.

Lakers’ LeBron James and Trae Young tweeted well-wishing for Giannis.

Lou Williams played for Atlanta Hawks in place of Trae Young. He answered in a major way and finished with a game-high 21 points that led six Hawks players to score in double figures.

Both of the teams didn’t have their star players. The Hawks were already playing without Trae Young while Antetokounmpo hyperextended his left knee in the early third quarter when he tried to deflect a lob that was thrown to Clint Capela. However, this wasn’t the only reason why the opponent won, Williams played a major role in absence of their star player Young.

 

 

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