Underdog beat Hawks 76 Airs to advance to the final

Written by Gustavo Freitas
On June 20, 2021 at 11:53 p.m.

The Atlanta Hawks beat Philadelphia 76 Airs by a narrow margin and are in the Eastern Conference finals. Despite playing away from home, the Hawks were finally able to control their spirits to get a spot against the Milwaukee Bucks. Out, Trey Young suffered from shots, but hit decisive balls in the final period, which ensured a comeback. But Hawks' best impossible hero, point guard Kevin Houter, scored 27 points. Joel Empiat At the regular stage East led the Sixers with 31 points and 11 rebounds.

In the first period, the Sixers were slightly better, taking advantage of Trey Young's attacking defeats, but the Hawks took a 33-28 lead in the second quarter with eight unanswered points from opponents. In the first half and the teams went into the break 48-46 with the Hawks ahead.

Back in the locker room, the game continued with a lot of balance, but Ben Simmons began to compromise on a fourth mistake and the Hawks opened up seven points, after Young's dismissal. Embolite The decisive fourth start, built with a three-point basket of 76-76. After that, the center managed a turning point of 78-77. Tobias Harris withdrew an attack, made a basket, and converted a fraud from 81 to 77 with a free throw to leave the marker.

The Hawks missed the first nine shots from the court until Danilo Cullenary stumbled on the attack and the difference narrowed to a point with three beats. On the next move, Seth Curry changed it to 84-80. However, with the baskets of Kevin Houter and Young, the Hawks returned in 86-84. Embide built it all in '86. Clint Kapila led the Hawks from 90 to 87, to go over three minutes. Young extended Atlanta’s lead to six, hitting only the second basket of three and 11 attempts. Sixers should cut a point and go a minute. In three rows Houter was fouled, converted free throws and the Hawks won 96-92. Embide lost the attack on the ball, and alone, Culinary extended it to 98-92. The Sixers could not reduce the difference, throwing for free, and the Hawks set their rating.

The Hawks will now face the Milwaukee Bucks in the final of the conference, which starts next Wednesday.

(4) Atlanta Hawks 103 x 96 Philadelphia 76ers (3)




Kevin Hooter: 27 Pontos, Set Reports
John Collins: 14 points, 16 rebounds
Trey Young: 21 points, 10 assists, 5-23 for shooting, 2-11 for three
Danilo Culinary: 17 points, five rebounds
Clint Cabella: 13 points, six rebounds


Joel Embiat: 31 points, 11 rebounds, eight attack errors
Tobias Harris: 24 points, 14 rebounds, four assists
Seth Curry: 16 points
Ben Simmons: Five points, 13 assists, eight rebounds