Hawks are shipwrecked in Philadelphia for their horrible shooting

If you don’t put in, you don’t win. Sometimes basketball is that simple. Philadelphia 76ers won with ease last night in their fiefdom against the Atlanta Hawks who were unable to score easily throughout the night. 127 to 83 it was the final score of an absolutely uneven match.

The Hawks made only 27 of his 81 shots field, by 48 out of 89 of his rival. Philadelphia, which achieved a high percentage of success, took advantage of the poor aim of its rival to land a blow and recover the morale lost in recent days.

Seth Curry was the Sixers’ leading scorer with 20 points in 26 minutes. Doc Rivers, who pulled a very long rotation given the beating of his team, he took the opportunity to test things for future confrontations.

Joel embiid had a night of little work and, like Tobias Harris, finished with 17 goals in just 25 minutes played. Furkan Korkmaz and Shake Milton they were the executors of the second unit, each contributing 12 points from the bench.

Nobody worked in Atlanta except John collins. The Hawks are suffering without their star point guard, Trae Young, and last night was the best example of that. Collins ended with 21 points and he was the only light within a sea of ​​shadows on his team.

Goodwin or Hill they finished the night with Dantesque spreads, close to -40, and the feeling that the match against Philly was truly insurmountable. McMillan sought solutions on the bench but also found no luck.

Atlanta must endure the pull without Young to avoid falling off the hook and being forced to play the play-in tournament. His big year could be weighed down by these weeks without Young.

Meanwhile, the Sixers look to follow in the wake of Brooklyn nets, who continue to lead the Eastern Conference. With 41 victories and 21 defeats, Philadelphia continues to occupy the second position of the table.

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