Game 2: Hawks at Bucks
• With a 116-113 win against the Bucks on Wednesday, the Hawks improved to 3-0 in Game 1s this postseason – all of which came on the road for the No. 5 seed. However, the Hawks are 0-2 in Game 2s and will look to buck that trend tonight in Milwaukee. In three Game 1 wins, the Hawks have averaged 117 points on 49.1%-35.4%-91.8% shooting splits. In two Game 2 losses, those marks have dropped to 97 ppg on 41.3%-31.1%-82.5% shooting.
• Trae Young finished Game 1 with a playoff career-high 48 points and 11 assists, becoming the first player with at least 45 and 10 in a Conference finals game, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Jrue Holiday