Brooklyn Nets vs. Atlanta Hawks: Live stream, TV Info, injury report

Brooklyn Nets Spencer Dinwiddie. Mandatory Copyright Notice: Copyright 2018 NBAE (Photo by Matteo Marchi/NBAE via Getty Images)
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The Brooklyn Nets will host the Atlanta Hawks Wednesday at Barclays Center in the 2nd of 3 meetings between the teams, with both teams coming in off losses.

The Brooklyn Nets return home from a three-game road trip for a single game at Barclays Center Wednesday against the Atlanta Hawks before heading back out on the road again.

The Nets (20-22) had a three-game winning streak stopped Monday night to close out their trip in a 116-95 loss to the Boston Celtics at TD Garden.

The Hawks (12-28) also come in off a loss, as they will be playing the second game of a road back-to-back Wednesday after dropping a tough 104-101 decision to the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday night.

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Rodions Kurucs matched his career-high with 24 points for Brooklyn in the loss at Boston, while Kenneth Faried came off the bench to post a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds.

Shabazz Napier, starting in place of an injured Joe Harris, finished with 10 points, six assists and two blocks.

Atlanta led by three with 2:15 to go before the Raptors were able to finish out the game with six straight points, taking the lead on Serge Ibaka‘s dunk with 17.1 seconds left and icing it after Trae Young missed a short hook off a drive with 5.8 seconds to go.

John Collins had 21 points and a game-high 14 rebounds for the Hawks, while former Net Jeremy Lin scored 20 points with nine assists in his first start of the season.

DeAndre’ Bembry finished with 11 points and five steals and Daniel Hamilton nabbed three steals in 15 minutes off the bench.

The Nets are 76-100 all-time against Atlanta since joining the NBA in 1976, but have won three straight against the Hawks and six of the last seven meetings.

Atlanta won 16 in a row from Feb. 22, 1986, to Feb. 15, 1989. The Nets have won four straight games against the Hawks on four separate occasions, with the most recent stretch from March 19, 2008, to Jan. 2, 2009.

The highest-scoring game by either team in the series came in their last meeting, when Brooklyn beat the Hawks 144-127 at Barclays Center on Dec. 16. Atlanta’s highest-scoring game was a 139-102 victory at home on Dec. 4, 1987.

The Hawks own the most lopsided victory in the series, a 122-85 win at Piscataway on Dec. 9, 1979. The New Jersey Nets posted the franchise’s largest win against Atlanta in a 140-106 victory at East Rutherford on Feb. 13, 1991.

The single-game scoring leader in the series is Dominique Wilkins, who went off for 57 points for the Hawks in an April 10, 1986, win at Atlanta. John Williamson set the Nets’ standard in the series with 40 points in an April 2, 1978, loss at Atlanta.

Since moving to Brooklyn in 2012, the Nets are 11-12 against Atlanta. The Hawks won six straight in the series from April 11, 2014, to Nov. 4, 2015. Brooklyn has won three in a row twice, including their active streak which began Dec. 4, 2017.

Atlanta’s highest-scoring game since the Nets’ move came in a 131-99 win at home on April 4, 2015, that is also their largest margin of victory in that span.

The Nets had a 110-90 win at Atlanta on Dec. 4, 2017, that represents their largest victory of the Brooklyn era.

Dennis Schroder set the Brooklyn era scoring mark with 34 points for the Hawks in a loss at Atlanta last Jan. 12. D’Angelo Russell set the new high for the Nets in that span with 32 points in the Dec. 16 victory.

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Here is how you can catch the game Wednesday.

Atlanta Hawks at Brooklyn Nets

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Time: 7:30 p.m. Eastern
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The skinny

Season series: Brooklyn leads 1-0
Records: Atlanta 12-28 (12th in East), Brooklyn 20-22 (7th in East)

Scoring: ATL 108.9 (20th), BKN 110.7 (16th)
Defense: ATL 117.2 (30th), BKN 111.5 (19th)

Off. Rating: ATL 103.2 (29th), BKN 109.6 (14th)
Def. Rating: ATL 110.6 (24th), BKN 110.4 (22nd)
Pace: ATL 105.48 (1st), BKN 99.53 (22nd)

Shooting: ATL 44.7% (24th), BKN 45.4% (19th)
3-point: ATL 33.6% (27th), BKN 36.1% (7th)

Opponent shooting: ATL 47.2% (24th), BKN 47.1% (23rd)
Opponent 3-point: ATL 36.7% (27th), BKN 35.5% (16th)



Atlanta: PROBABLE–Kevin Huerter (mid back pain); OUT–Jaylen Adams (two-way, Erie BayHawks), Kent Bazemore (right ankle sprain), Miles Plumlee (left knee pain), Alex Poythress (two-way, Erie BayHawks), Taurean Prince (left ankle sprain).

Brooklyn: OUT–Allen Crabbe (sore right knee), Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (right adductor strain), Caris LeVert (subtalar dislocation, right foot), Dzanan Musa (left shoulder subluxation), Theo Pinson (two-way, Long Island Nets).

Last meeting

Dec. 16 at Brooklyn: The Nets survived a shaky second quarter and blew the game open in the second half, leading by as much as 28 points en route to a 144-127 victory over the Hawks.

D’Angelo Russell led the Nets with 32 points and seven assists as eight players scored in double figures for Brooklyn.

Ed Davis went for 10 rebounds, Joe Harris finished with 16 points and six dimes, Jared Dudley came off the bench for 16 points and three steals and Jarrett Allen logged 11 points and two blocks.

John Collins scored 29 points for Atlanta, while Dewayne Dedmon dropped a career-high 24 points to go with 12 rebounds and Kent Bazemore finished with 20 points, seven assists and three steals.

Trae Young added 13 points and 10 dimes for the Hawks.

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What’s next?

Atlanta: at Philadelphia, Friday; vs. Milwaukee, Sunday; vs. Oklahoma City, Tuesday

Brooklyn: at Toronto, Friday; vs. Boston, Monday; at Houston, Jan. 16