Charlotte Hornets fall to Atlanta Hawks in NBA Play-In Game & About !

Despite their best efforts, the New Orleans Hornets’ season ended after they were thrashed in the 9-10 play-in game for the second year in a consecutive.
By. Daily Mail Reporter and Appropriate Media Reporter The Atlanta Hawks thrashed the Charlotte Hornets 132-103 on Wednesday night in an Eastern Conference play-in game after Trae Young recovered from a slow start with 24 points and De’Andre Hunter led a third-quarter charge.

A year after making it to the NBA Finals, the Atlanta Hawks will travel to Cleveland to face the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday night.

The Eastern Conference’s top seed, the Miami Heat, awaits the victor in the first round of the playoffs as the No. 8 seed.

Despite their best efforts, the New Orleans Hornets’ season ended after they were thrashed in the 9-10 play-in game for the second year in a consecutive.

In addition to Bogdan Bogdanovic’s 14 points off the bench, all five Atlanta starters reached double figures. After being restricted to just three points in the first half, Hunter blasted out with 16 points in the deciding third session.

Clint Capela and Danilo Gallinari contributed 15 and 18 points, respectively, to Hunter’s total of 22 points. With 13 apiece, Kevin Huerter and Bogdanovic led the way.

Close to the season’s end, the Hornets were confident they could win a few play-in games on the road. Those expectations were dashed by their I-85 opponent, though.

Even though LaMelo Ball had 26 points, he was 7 of 25 from the field.

In the first half, the Hawks had a 13-point lead before settling for a 60-52 halftime lead. In the final seconds of the first half, Charlotte had a small burst of energy, but that didn’t last into the second half.

For 12 minutes, the Hawks outscored their Hornets 42-24, hitting 16 of 24 shots, and led 102-76 going into the final period.”

Young only made one of his nine shots in the first quarter and three of his thirteen attempts in the first half as the Hornets double-teamed him at every opportunity.

Despite this, he and his teammates made the Hornets pay dearly for their mistakes.

On their approach to State Farm Arena, Charlotte should have anticipated the kind of night they were in for.

freight train stopped near sports complex to impede charter bus from entering downtown sports complex area. As a result of the bus’ detour, Charlotte’s arrival for pregame warmups was delayed.

Miles Bridges was dismissed from the game with roughly 6 1/2 minutes to go after he got two quick technicals for complaining about a goaltending call.

Hornets Game
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Terry Rozier led the Hornets with 21 points… As a group, Charlotte made 37.8% of their shots from the field (37 of 90).

Hawks: f Collins has worked harder but still hasn’t been able to play due to a sprained foot and finger. His last appearance was on March 11th, and he has yet to appear since. Lou Williams, whose lower back pain had rendered him inactive, was no exception.


The Atlanta Hawks went 3-1 versus the Cleveland Cavaliers during the regular season, winning one and drawing the other.
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