Trae Young waves off Cavaliers, scores 38 points to secure Hawks’ playoff berth

Tra Young Scored 38 points Friday night at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse to lead Atlanta Hawks the past Cleveland Cavaliers and in NBA playoffs.

Young added nine assists, three rebounds and one block in 40 minutes of movement. The night has begun 1 of 6 From Behind the Arcbut they finished the game 4 out of 11 from 3 point range and a total of 13 out of 25 shots from the field.

The Hawks come back from a 14-point deficit

The Hawks fell by up to 14 points, and entered Second Quarter down by 11 and in half down by 10. final frame He started with a tie at 84 after Young scored 12 consecutive points to end the third quarter.

Early into the night, the Cavaliers seemed to be in control of the match, especially after the huge Atlanta man Clint Capella He left court due to injury. Capella’s injury, along with Garrett Allen Returning to play with Cleveland after missing 19 games with a broken left finger, the Cavs practically made the playoffs.

However, Allen only managed 11 points in 35 minutes on the floor, adding only three boards, two assists and one block. Cleveland’s top scorer Laurie Markanen with 26, followed by Darius Garland21, Evan Mobley18 and Karis Levert16.

The Hawks will face the Heat in the first round

for Atlanta, Bogdan Bogdanovic Contribute to winning by 19 points, Danilo Galinari 14 added, Kevin Huerter Subtract 13 and DeAndre Hunter He got 10. In the final clip, the Hawks outscored the Cavaliers by six points, enough for a victory.

With less than two minutes left to play, the Cavaliers made the game by one point after trailing nine, but missed a few shots along the stretch that would have changed the course of history. The Atlanta bench scored 25 points, compared to nine points for Cleveland by the second series players.

He will now face the Hawks Miami Heat In the first round of qualifying. The first game of the Best of the Seven series is scheduled to begin on Sunday, April 17th at 10:00 AM PT.