The Celtics get up in time against the 'unbearable' Hawks

Boston threw over 25 points in the middle of the third quarter. Atlanta came to draw at 112 in the last. Irving, colossal. Great, young.


The Boston Celtics beat the Atlanta Hawks in a game that is a new touch of attention. Another one in this ups-downs season that they can afford during the Regular Season, but that is a bad omen for the playoffs. Those of Brad Stevens jumped hard and came in the middle of the third quarter to accumulate a lead of 25 points (103-78) after a triple by Kyrie Irving. The base was spectacular, led and touched the triple-double: 30 so many, 11 rebounds and 9 assists.

A performance that should have served to avoid problems with the Hawks, but these Hawks can become a toothache. Led by an exalted Trae Young (26 points, 5 of 8 from the triple), Atlanta came to draw at 112 in the fourth quarter after a partial 10-34. A quick green reaction, ended the dreams of a franchise that is signing a course over the expected.

As Young. The rookie, overshadowed by the figure of Luka Doncic, has grown gradually during the year and his jump has been huge after the All Star Weekend break. Before Charlotte's weekend, the base averaged 16.9 points, 3.3 rebounds and 7.6 assists; after him he has reached 25.8 + 4.6 + 8.5 on average in the twelve duels played from North Carolina.



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