Collins, Young Help Streaking Hawks beat Celtics 108-92 – CBS Boston

ATLANTA (AP) – John Collins and Trae Young each scored 21 points, and the Atlanta Hawks beat the Boston Celtics 108-92 on Friday night for a sixth straight win.

Bogdan Bogdanovic has scored 19 points for Atlanta, and Danilo Gallinari has 14 hits from the start. The Hawks shot 46.1%, compared with 34.9% for the Celtics.

READ MORE: ‘Take it very seriously’: Governor Baker calls for mass. Residents stay off the road during Nor’easter

Jaylen Brown had 26 points and 12 rebounds for Boston, winning two in a row and seven out of 10. Jayson Tatum scored 20 points.

The Celtics posted the second-biggest winning streak in franchise history, a 128-75 win over Sacramento on Tuesday. They pulled in round one on Tatum’s jumper with 9:42 left, but the Hawks then pulled away for good.

Two Gallinari fouls sparked an 18-2 win for Atlanta. Bogdanovic hit a three-pointer and Collins converted a fouled shot to make it 103-86 with 2:56 left.
Led by Bogdanovic, Atlanta’s reserves beat Boston 43-13.

The Celtics, who started eighth night in the Eastern Conference, started 1 in 13 of 3 seconds before Josh Richardson connected with 4:27 remaining in the second.

Boston pulled together for five games late in the second half, but Atlanta, which started night 12 in the East, took a 10-0 lead and led 62-47 at halftime.


Celtics: Missed 14 of 16 shots out of the arc in the first half. … Richardson was called up for a technical foul for knocking Young out after a dunk in Atlanta late in the third round. Young took the lead 77-71 with a free throw. … The team will stay in New Orleans after the game on Saturday night as a winter storm moves into Boston. The plan was to fly home on Sunday.

READ MORE: ‘We’re ready to go’: Power crews from around the country arrive in front of the train

Hawks: F De’Andre Hunter is a decisive moment game with a sore back. He finished with nine points. … Gallinari is a game decision after waking up with annoyed eyes. He wore safety glasses during warmups but did not wear them during the match. … Young, the leader in NBA points, joined Dominique Wilkins, Dikembe Mutombo, Eddie Johnson, Pete Maravich and Lou Hudson to become the only players in franchise history to have more than one All-time starter. -Star. … Atlanta had six steals and seven interceptions in the first half.


Boston’s coach, Ime Udoka, liked the fact that Tatum stepped up from the morning siege and talked to the team, not something he did often.

“I won’t speak often,” said Udoka. “He said when something was on his mind. I repeated his statement after he said and said, ‘Also say,’ and from his point of view we are playing well in certain areas now, but here we are. a couple of times before this year and there were some slips, so it was great for him to step up and say that.

“It’s something we want more of, and I appreciate that. It’s a sign of maturity for him. ”


Celtics: In New Orleans on Saturday.
Hawks: Host the Lakers on Sunday.

MORE NEWS: Church closed, canceled religious services on the weekend from January 29 to 30

(© Copyright 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Collins, Young Help Streaking Hawks beat Celtics 108-92 – CBS Boston

Dustin Huang

24ssports is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button