Toppin dunk, Walker triple-double highlight Knicks easy win over Hawks — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

Obi Toppin capped the game with a between-the-legs dunk.

Toppin dunk, Walker triple-double highlight Knicks easy win over Hawks — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

Hawks, Wizards set NBA record by making all 45 of their free throws — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

Trae Young – the rare person complaining not enough fouls are being called amid the NBA’s new rules – drew a season-high 11 free throws last night.

Hawks, Wizards set NBA record by making all 45 of their free throws — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

Bucks crush Hawks to tie Eastern Conference finals, 1-1 — Daily Bulletin

Giannis Antetokounmpo scores 25 points, Jrue Holiday adds 22 and Trae Young struggles (15 points, nine turnovers) for Atlanta, as the Bucks cruise to a 125-91 Game 2 victory. Game 3 is Sunday.

Bucks crush Hawks to tie Eastern Conference finals, 1-1 — Daily Bulletin

Young scores 48 points, Hawks beat Bucks 116-113 in Game 1 — Sentinel and Enterprise

By STEVE MEGARGEE MILWAUKEE (AP) — Trae Young remains as poised as ever in hostile environments in his first postseason. Young scored 48 points, Clint Capela converted a go-ahead putback with 29.8 seconds left and the Atlanta Hawks beat the Milwaukee Bucks 116-113 on Wednesday night to open the Eastern Conference finals. 752 more words

Young scores 48 points, Hawks beat Bucks 116-113 in Game 1 — Sentinel and Enterprise

Rose leads Knicks’ dramatic second-half comeback to beat Hawks, even series — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

It was the Knicks’ first playoff win since 2013.

Rose leads Knicks’ dramatic second-half comeback to beat Hawks, even series — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

Hawks’ Trae Young silences Knicks fans with game-winner in Game 1 — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

Madison Square Garden buzzed as the Knicks played their first playoff game in eight years.

Hawks’ Trae Young silences Knicks fans with game-winner in Game 1 — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

Warriors’ defense continues to slip in loss to Hawks — East Bay Times

For the Warriors, what was once a bona fide top-10 defense hasn’t looked like it in a while, including in Friday night’s 124-108 loss to the Atlanta Hawks at Chase Center. Although forward Draymond Green returned from a one-game absence due to illness, the Warriors (22-24) offered little resistance at the point of attack or…

Warriors’ defense continues to slip in loss to Hawks — East Bay Times