Brooklyn Nets at Atlanta Hawks: TV info, live stream, injury report

Brooklyn Nets Spencer Dinwiddie (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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The Brooklyn Nets make their lone trip to State Farm Arena Saturday to face the Atlanta Hawks, seeking a season sweep and their 4th straight win in Atlanta.

The Brooklyn Nets have had the Atlanta Hawks’ number of late and head to Atlanta Saturday night looking to complete a three-game season sweep of the Hawks.

The Nets (34-33) have won four straight against the Hawks (22-44) and seven of the last eight meetings, including three straight in Atlanta.

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Brooklyn has won its last two games, including a 113-107 decision at home Wednesday night over the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Hawks have lost their last two, most recently a 111-104 loss at home to the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday.

The Nets battled back from an eight-point deficit late in the third quarter and made enough free throws down the stretch to hold off the Cavaliers Wednesday.

Spencer Dinwiddie scored 12 of his game-high 28 points in the fourth quarter for Brooklyn, which swung the game with a 14-0 run in the period. Dinwiddie added five assists, while D’Angelo Russell finished with 25 points, five assists and three steals.

Ed Davis grabbed 12 rebounds, Jarrett Allen had 15 points and 11 boards before fouling out and Rodions Kurucs scored 10 points to go with three blocked shots.

Atlanta had a six-point lead in the first half against San Antonio, but the Spurs broke open a close game in the fourth quarter, taking the lead for good on Derrick White‘s 3-pointer with 5:12 left.

Trae Young had 22 points to lead the Hawks, while John Collins had 18 points and 10 rebounds. Kevin Huerter added five assists.

Since entering the NBA in 1976, the Nets are 77-100 against Atlanta all-time. The Hawks have the longest winning streak of the series, a whopping 16-game run from Feb. 22, 1986, to Feb. 15, 1989.

The Nets have won four straight games against the Hawks five different times, most recently during their current run that began on Dec. 4, 2017.

Brooklyn set the high-scoring mark in the series earlier this season with a 144-127 win at Barclays Center on Dec. 16. Atlanta’s high mark was also one of their two largest wins in the series, a 139-102 victory at home on Dec. 4, 1987.

That matched the largest margin in the history of the series, originally set by the Hawks in a 122-85 win at Piscataway on Dec. 9, 1979. The Nets’ biggest win came in a 140-106 victory at East Rutherford on Feb. 13, 1991.

The highest-scoring game for a single player in the series was set on April 10, 1986, in Atlanta, when Dominique Wilkins scored 57 points for the Hawks in a win. The Nets’ high mark was 40 points by John Williamson in a loss at Atlanta on April 2, 1978.

In the Brooklyn era, which began in 2012, the Nets and Hawks are 12-12. Atlanta has the longest winning streak in that span, taking six straight from April 11, 2014, to Nov. 4, 2015.

Atlanta’s highest-scoring game against Brooklyn is also their largest win of the era, a 131-99 win at home on April 4, 2015. The Nets’ largest margin of victory came in a 110-90 win at Atlanta on Dec. 4, 2017.

Dennis Schroder has the highest-scoring individual game in the Brooklyn era, scoring 34 points for the Hawks in a loss at home on Jan. 12, 2018. D’Angelo Russell has the top mark for the Nets with 32 points in a Dec. 16, 2018, win at Barclays Center.

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Brooklyn Nets at Atlanta Hawks

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The skinny

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Brooklyn: OUT–Treveon Graham (back soreness), Dzanan Musa (assignment, Long Island Nets), Shabazz Napier (personal reasons), Alan Williams (two-way, Long Island Nets).

Atlanta: DOUBTFUL–Dewayne Dedmon (right knee contusion); OUT–Miles Plumlee (left knee pain), Alex Poythress (right ankle sprain), Omari Spellman (left ankle sprain).

Last meeting

Jan. 9 at Brooklyn: The Nets shook off an early 19-point deficit to win going away, outscoring the Hawks 63-42 in the second and third quarters to win in a 116-100 rout.

D’Angelo Russell led Brooklyn with 23 points, while Ed Davis grabbed 16 rebounds and Spencer Dinwiddie finished with 16 points and five assists.

Shabazz Napier added 11 points and three steals, Jarrett Allen had 11 points and three blocks and Treveon Graham and Jared Dudley each blocked two shots.

John Collins put up 30 points and 14 rebounds for Atlanta, while Kevin Huerter went for 14 points and 10 boards. Trae Young had 17 points and seven assists, Jeremy Lin had 16 points and three steals and Dewayne Dedmon logged four blocks.

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What’s next?

Brooklyn: vs. Detroit, Monday; at Oklahoma City, Wednesday; at Utah, March 16

Atlanta: vs. New Orleans, Sunday; vs. Memphis, Wednesday; at Boston, March 16