Atlanta Hawks vs Brooklyn Nets: TV Schedule, Preview, Scores and Updates

The Atlanta Hawks host the Brooklyn Nets in one of the NBA playoff games on Sunday at 5:30 PM ET at the Philips Arena, Atlanta, Georgia.

Atlanta (60-22) has reached its peak as a team, and the biggest test comes in the playoffs. Atlanta is regarded as the best team in the East through the leadership of head coach Mike Budenholzer. The Hawks are well-rested going into the playoffs by not playing their players in the last three games.

On the season, Atlanta averages 102.5 points, 40.6 rebounds and 25.7 assists. The Hawks are shooting 46.6 percent from the field and 77.8 percent from the free throw line. Defensively, Atlanta averages 97.1 points against the opposing teams.

Paul Millsap averages 16.7 points, 7.8 rebounds and 1.8 steals to lead the Hawks in those three categories. Jeff Teague averages 7.0 assists while Al Horford averages 1.3 blocks. Six players are scoring at least 10 points for the Hawks, they are: Millsap (16.7), Teague (15.9), Horford (15.2), DeMarre Carroll (12.6), Kyle Korver (12.1) and Dennis Schroder (10.0).

Brooklyn (38-44) has to take a sigh of relief as it fought the fiercest battle in getting into the playoffs. Brooklyn needs the help of other teams to get into postseason.

On the season, Brooklyn averages 98.0 points, 42.4 rebounds and 20.9 assists. The Nets are shooting 45.1 percent from the field and 74.8 percent from the free throw line. Defensively, Brooklyn yields 100.9 points against the opposing teams.

Brook Lopez averages 17.2 points, 7.4 rebounds and 1.8 blocks to lead the Nets in those categories. Deron Williams averages 6.6 assists while Thaddeus Young averages 1.4 steals. Five players are averaging at least 12.0 points for the Nets, they are: Lopez (17.2), Joe Johnson (14.4), Williams (13.0), Young (13.8) and Jarrett Jack (12.0).

Hawks vs Nets live stream is on NBA Leaguepass and NBA mobile. Hawks vs Nets tv schedule is on YES. Hawks vs Nets scores and Updates will be posted here. Who will win Game One?

Final Scores:

Boston 100
Cleveland 113

Portland 86
Memphis 100

Brooklyn 92
Atlanta 99

San Antonio 92
Clippers 107

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