Hawks vs Sixers NBA Live: This game will mark the sixth encounter between the Atlanta Hawks and Philadelphia 76ers in the NBA Eastern Conference Semi Finals. After splitting the first four games, the Hawks made an unbelievable 26-points comeback on the heels of a 39 points outburst by Trae Young. More about ATL vs PHI Dream11 will be given here.
Hawks vs 76ers ECSF Game 6: The Series has swung like a pendulum and the Hawks have surprised the Sixers in Game 5 by showing that no lead is safe against them. Embiid has been spectacular but the Hawks have been able to control other members of his team every now and then. This Game can be an intense one and since the Hawks have won after being down big and are playing at homecourt, Embiid and co. will have their work cut out.
Host: Atlanta Hawks
Visitors: Philadelphia 76ers
Match Timing: 19 June @ 5:00 AM
Venue: State Farm Arena
Streaming: WATCH Hawks vs 76ers NBA Live on Sony channels including Sony TEN 1, Sony TEN 3 and Sony ESPN in India, and SonyLiv App
Atlanta Hawks| Philadelphia 76ers
Games: 10 | 10
Wins: 07 | 06
Defeats: 03 | 04
Atlanta Hawks News:
Status Out: Cam Reddish, DeAndre Hunter, and Brandon Goodwin will not play in the game.
Status Questionable: Trae Young is “probable” for the fixture.
Atlanta Hawks active roster: Trae Young, John Collins, Kevin Huerter, Clint Capela, Kris Dunn, Bruno Fernando, Bogdan Bogdanovic, Tony Snell, Onyeka Okongwu, Lou Williams, Solomon Hill, Nathan Knight, and Skyler Mays.
Philadelphia 76ers News:
Status Out: Danny Green will not play in the game.
Status Questionable: Joel Embiid is”questionable” for the match.
Philadelphia 76ers active roster: Joel Embiid, Seth Curry, Shake Milton, Mike Scott, Ben Simmons, Tobias Harris, Matisse Thybulle, Dwight Howard, George Hill, Anthony Tolliver, Gary Clarke, Tyrese Maxey, Furkan Korkmaz, Paul Reed, Isaiah Joe.
*Stats from postseason*
Projected Fantasy Points: 52
Young has proven that he can carry a team deep into the Playoffs and make even tough oppositions sweat on most nights. He has produced at an elite rate during the postseason and he remains one of the most effective players in terms of scoring and distributing the ball in the league. Young racked up 39 points and 7 assists in the Game 5 comeback, which makes him a candidate for the Super-Player in Dream11 NBA play.
Embiid’s skill set makes him one of the toughest players to guard at the Center spot and he has given Capela a run for his money. Joel is the heart and soul of this Philly team and his “questionable” status because of the injury can pose problems if he doesn’t get a go-ahead for this game, which will seriously harm his team’s chances in the must-win game. The big man remained dominant in Game 5, racking up 37 points, 13 rebounds, and 5 assists.
If Embiid is the heart and soul of this Philly team then Harris is the backbone at the Forward position whose scoring, rebounding, playmaking, and defense give them a lift every game. After clinching 20+ points and shooting better than 50% in the first four games, the talented Forward was held to just 4 points on an abysmal 18% shooting in Game 5.
Ben is a terrific all-around talent, who acts as the primary ballhandler for the Sixers and can pile up rebounds while also providing scoring here and there. He is also well known for the defensive skillset and draws the task of guarding Young every now and then. However, he is terrible from the free-throw line and has shot only 25% in the series because of which the Hawks foul him in late-game situations. In Game 5, he captured 8 points and 9 assists.
Clint Capela: PPG: 9.7 RPG: 12.2 BPG: 1.4 PFP: 28
Clint’s scoring has suffered immensely he has been lodged to Embiid who has given him a lot of hell on both ends of the floor. The Center registered 6 points and 8 rebounds in Game 5.
Bogdan Bogdanovic: PPG: 15.4 RPG: 5.6 SPG: 1.1 PFP: 30
Bogdan helps the Hawks in stretching the floor through his beautiful shooting and has been crucial to Atlanta’s success. He secured only 6 points in Game 5.
Seth Curry: PPG: 18.6 PFP: 30
Curry has proven that he is a big-time player in the Playoffs and has come up with terrific scoring output multiple times. He was scorching hot in Game 5 and piled up 36 points and 7 rebounds in the loss.
John Collins: PPG: 14.6 RPG: 7.4 PFP: 28
Danilo Gallinari: PPG: 11.7 RPG: 4.4 PFP: 23
Furkan Korkmaz: PPG: 7.2 PFP: 14
PG: L Williams, T Young(SP)
SG: S Curry
SF: F Korkmaz
PF: J Collins, T Harris(PP), D Gallinari
C: D Howard