On Tuesday night, the Atlanta Hawks hosted the Orlando Magic in Atlanta and won 112-96 at State Farm Arena.
Trae Young, who was wearing goggles on his eyes, scored 25 points and dished out seven assists in the win.
The third-year point guard from Oklahoma is averaging over 25 points and over nine assists per game on a Hawks team that is the fourth seed in the Eastern Conference and currently has home-court advantage for the playoffs.
Not many people thought that the Hawks should have fired Lloyd Pierce in the national media, but Nate McMillian has been an incredible coach for the Hawks and the team has been on a tear since he took over (they were the 11th seed when he took the helm).
- SLICK LEONARD DIES: Bobby "Slick" Leonard was the Indiana Pacers and his attachment to the franchise as a coach and broadcaster last nearly five decades. CLICK HERE
- Myles Turner is OUT Indefnitley the Pacers announces on Monday Evening: Myles Turner, the Pacers leader in blocks, who had missed six consecutive games before returning on Sunday against the Hawks playing 34 minutes, will once again be out. The team announced an injury to his toe that has him out for an indefinite period. CLICK HERE
- Pacers dropped third straight loss in Indiana to Spurs 109-94: The Pacers returning from their three-game road trip and five days on the road came home to play the Spurs and looked out of gas Monday night's contest. CLICK HERE.