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Hawks shread Boston in NBA playoffs for a 2-0 lead

Hawks shread Boston in NBA playoffs for a 2-0 lead
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The Boston Celtics, were the visitors to the Philips Arena, Atlanta, Georgia for game two of their first round NBA playoff series against the Atlanta Hawks, without injured point guard Avery Bradley.

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The Boston Celtics, were the visitors to the Philips Arena, Atlanta, Georgia for game two of their first round NBA playoff series against the Atlanta Hawks, without injured point guard Avery Bradley. **> An ATLHawks</a> block party takes center stage in Tuesday&#39;s Top Five Plays<br><br>WATCH: <a href="https://t.co/106xkC2FN1">https://t.co/106xkC2FN1</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/NBAPlayoffs?src=hash">#NBAPlayoffs</a> <a href="https://t.co/BDrae3X2Ba">pic.twitter.com/BDrae3X2Ba</a></p>&mdash; NBA.com (NBAcom) April 20, 2016

**The Celtics scored just seven points in the first quarter as Bradley’s absence weighed heavy on Boston. **The Hawks ended the quarter with a 17 point lead. **> Jeff Teague scores 13 points and dishes out 6 dimes to help lift ATLHawks</a> to a Game 2 victory! <a href="https://t.co/l00uMoN5tw">pic.twitter.com/l00uMoN5tw</a></p>&mdash; NBA (NBA) April 20, 2016

Kyle Korver and Al Horford were amongst the points both grabbing 17 each as Boston struggled to get into the game after after a such a dreadful start. The Hawks maintained their advantage to win 89-72 victory, giving them a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series. The Hawks will be on the hunt for victory number three at the TD Garden on Friday. > Biggest game of the season is tonight! Who's going to the tdgarden</a> RT if you are! <a href="https://t.co/V7PO7I94gN">pic.twitter.com/V7PO7I94gN</a></p>&mdash; CelticsExtra (@CelticsExtra) April 13, 2016********

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