Brooklyn Nets at Atlanta Hawks
Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at 7:30 PM (State Farm Arena)
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The Brooklyn Nets head to Atlanta, Georgia on Wednesday for a game against the Hawks in a battle between two Eastern Conference teams. In their last game, Brooklyn was defeated by the Miami Heat by the score of 109-106. Spencer Dinwiddie led the Nets in points in the game against Atlanta, scoring 29 while shooting 10 of 21 from the field and 5 of 5 from the free throw line. Taurean Prince led the Nets in assists as he recorded 5 while playing 32 minutes on the night. Jarrett Allen was the Nets leading rebounder in the game as he recorded 12 boards including 3 offensively.
The Brooklyn Nets are now 10-10 on the season, which places them in 4th place in the Atlantic Division. On the year Spencer Dinwiddie leads the Nets in points per game with 20.6 and assist per game with 5.8. Center Jarrett Allen leads the Nets in rebounds per game with 10.4. The Nets enter Wednesday’s game with 1 player listed on their injury report as Kyrie Irving is listed as out.
The Atlanta Hawks welcome the Brooklyn Nets to town after winning their last game by the score of 104-79 against the Golden State Warriors. Trae Young led the Hawks in points against the Warriors, scoring 24 points while shooting 10 of 19 from the field and 2 of 2 from the free throw line. Young also led the Hawks in assists as he recorded 7 in the 34 minutes that he played. Damian Jones led Atlanta in rebounds as he pulled in 8 on the night, including 4 offensively.
After the win, Atlanta is now 5-16 on the season and are currently in 5th place in the Southeast Division. Trae Young leads the Hawks in points per game on the year and is scoring 28.2 per game. Young is also Atlanta’s leader in assists per game and is averaging 8.3. Jabari Parker is leading Atlanta in rebounds per game on the season as he is averaging 6.5 rebounds per game. Atlanta enters Wednesday’s game with 4 players listed on their injury report as Kevin Huerter is listed as out while De’Andre Hunter, Chandler Parsons and Allen Crabbe are listed as day to day.
Brooklyn has scored 112.2 points per game this season while allowing an average of 113.7 points per game. Atlanta has scored 107.6 points per game while allowing 117.2 points per game. Brooklyn is 3-2 in their last 5 games played while Atlanta is 1-4. The win for Atlanta against Golden State snapped the Hawks 10 game losing streak. I am going to go with the Nets in this one as they have been a better team on the season and have scored more points per game and allowed less points per game than the Hawks. Brooklyn wins 112-105.