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In that game, Kevin Durant had 34 points and four rebounds while Kyrie Irving had 33 points and 11 rebounds. Trae Young had 33 points and nine assists while Bogdan Bogdanovic had 31 points and three assists off the bench for the Hawks.
Brooklyn led by as many as 12 points in the contest, but had to clutch up at the end because of their inability to stop Young or Bogdanovic. The Hawks dominated the Nets in the points in the paint department so that will be something to watch in this upcoming game.
Brooklyn comes into this game on a nine-game winning streak and have won 13 of their past 14 games. Atlanta enters this game following a 129-114 loss to the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday and having lost six of its last 10 games.
This game can be seen on the YES Channel (Nets) and Bally Sports Atlanta (Hawks).
The lines, courtesy of BetMGM
Point spread: Nets (-4.5)
Money line: Nets (-200)/ Hawks (+165)
Nets at Cavaliers notable injuries
Nets: OUT: Joe Harris (left knee soreness). PROBABLE: Seth Curry (non-COVID illness).
Hawks: NOT YET SUBMITTED.
Advice and prediction
The Brooklyn Nets are 21st in the NBA in pace (98.4) while the Atlanta Hawks are eighth (100.8). Despite the Nets being below-average in terms of pace, they are fifth in the league in offensive rating (115.9). So, this game should be high-scoring, but may be about how efficient the offenses are. The Nets are expected to win this game and seeing as they’re coming in this game on such a heater, combined with Atlanta possibly being down Clint Capela and De’Andre Hunter, this game could be a blowout in the Nets’ favor.
Prediction: Nets 124, Hawks 119