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Led by a strong Trae Young, the Atlanta Hawks prevailed at the start of the playoff quarter-finals against the Philadelphia 76ers with 128: 124. Against the best team of the Eastern Conference in the qualification, the Hawks got off to a strong start and ended the first half with a 74:54 lead. Philadelphia returned one more time, but Atlanta brought the victory to dryness. Young got 35 points and 10 assists. Clint Capela scored 11 points in the away win and got 10 rebounds.
An away win is enough for Clippers
The Los Angeles Clippers made it to the quarterfinals in the decisive 7th game. With the first home win ever in the series, the team from the west coast prevailed against Dallas 126: 111. Even 46 points from superstar Luka Doncic were not enough for the Mavericks. The two teams had previously set a record. There had never been six away wins in a row in the NBA playoffs.
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