Atlanta concluded its Californian journey with a second victory in four games. The Hawks won 112-108 in Los Angeles against the Clippers.
Still without Clint Capela for a seventh game in a row – the Genevan is hit in the calf – Atlanta experienced many emotions before winning on the finish line. The Hawks have, in fact, had a 17-point advantage (59-42) just before the break before being led 102-91 in the final quarter. But a partial of 17-4 put them back in the right direction.
Author of 30 points, including 14 in the final quarter, Trae Young was the man of the match. Beaten for the sixth time in a row, the Clippers suffered from the absence of Paul George, hit in the thigh.