The Atlanta Hawks are just one victory away from qualifying in the Eastern Conference final. An outcome that seemed crazy not so long ago, when the franchise had just changed coaches and hoped to grab even a place in the play-off. Since the arrival of Nate McMillan, everything has changed and Atlanta is the nice surprise of these playoffs. Bring young is on another planet, as we saw again in game 5 in Philadelphia. The point guard’s talent isn’t the main reason for the Hawks’ success, as he himself explained to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
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“If we win, it’s because we’re underdogs. A team that doesn’t have a current All-Star, nor a member of a best five or best five defensive. A team that fights. We are. in the second round of the playoffs and yet I think that we have this motivation to prove that we have been undercut all year.
We play with this desire to show everyone who we are. We continue to build on this and we will continue to do so “.
So it was the fact that no one believed in this team that made the Hawks such a formidable opponent. Incidentally, it is perhaps also still a little the fact that Trae Young turns to 29.4 points and 10.3 assists of average for his first playoffs and the well-oiled collective of Atlanta which are responsible for this beautiful course.
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