Boston Celtics crushed Atlanta Hawks 126-101 on Wednesday

Boston Celtics crushed Atlanta Hawks 126-101 on Wednesday

The Boston Celtics defeated the Atlanta Hawks 126-101 on November 16, Wednesday at Atlanta’s home ground. The Atlanta Hawks and Boston Celtics have demonstrated to be two of the better groups in the Eastern Conference right off the bat this season. They confronted each other interestingly for the first time this year on Wednesday night in Atlanta.

Still without Robert Williams III as he recuperates from his offseason knee injury, the Boston Celtics have not been areas of strength as a defensive squad. Yet, they compensated for it by having the best hostile attack in the NBA league. The Boston Celtics have the best record in the NBA this season with eight games winning streak.

Besides Jaylen Brown proceeding to develop as an all-rounder scorer, it is Jayson Tatum who has arisen as a genuine MVP-like ability among the association leaders in scoring.

The Celtics have the best record in the league at present. The Atlanta Hawks were the third in the East; however, before the last night’s match was falling off a 121-106 win over the second-spot Bucks in Milwaukee. The Celtics were 5-2 out and about, while the Atlanta Hawks were 5-2 at home. The Hawks’ squad was searching for their subsequent straight victory last night.

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Robert Williams III is drawing nearer to a return, yet he stayed out for the last night’s game. Danilo Gallinari was ruled out as he recovered from a torn upper leg tendon. Malcolm Brogdon has missed the previous three games with hamstring touchiness. He was initially recorded as sketchy for the match yet had been precluded. Marcus Savvy was initially recorded as plausible with lower leg aggravation and had additionally been blocked for this game against Atlanta. Bogdan Bogdanovic stayed out of Hawk’s squad as he attempted to recover from knee surgery.

Boston Celtics Vs. Atlanta Hawks match performance highlights

Trae Young, one of the guards of the Atlanta Hawks, incredibly led his team with team-high 27 points, five rebounds, and nine assists in 31 minutes of play time. Young was the highest scorer of the match. Another guard, Dejounte Murray, scored 19 points, with five assists and three rebounds, in 34 minutes of playtime.

De’Andre Hunter(Forward) added 13 points and four rebounds, while another forward of Hawk, John Collin, contributed 12 points along with three rebounds in 32 mins of playtime. Captain Clint Capela and Jalen Johnson scored seven points each for the Atlanta Hawks.

Boston’s guard Jaylen Brown performed amazingly and handed the Hawks a crushing defeat with his team-high 22 points and five rebounds in just 23 minutes of playtime. Celebrated player Jayson Tatum contributed 19 points, seven rebounds, and eight assists for the Celtics, while Grant William( Forward) scored 18 points with one assist and a rebound.

Celtic guard Derrick White added 16 points, Payton Pritchard scored 14 points, and Sam Hauser and Luke Kornet contributed 15 points each.

Team Stats

Atlanta Hawks

1. Field Goal: 42/101, 41.6%

2. 3 Pointers: 7/32, 21.9%

3. Free throws: 10/13, 76.9%

4. Total Rebounds: 45

5. Offensive Rebounds: 14

6. Assists: 21

7. Blocks: 5

8. Steals: 5

9. Turnovers: 9

10. Fouls-Personal: 11

Boston Celtics

1. Field Goal: 48/88, 54.5%

2. 3 Pointers: 21/46, 45.7%

3. Free throws: 9/10, 90%

4. Total Rebounds: 49

5. Offensive Rebounds: 6

6. Assists: 29

7. Blocks: 8

8. Steals: 4

9. Turnovers: 14

10. Fouls-Personal: 20

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