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Atlanta Hawks' Kyle Korver (26) drives past
Brooklyn Nets' Bojan Bogdanovic (44), of
Croatia, during the second half of Game 6 in
a first round NBA playoff basketball game
on Friday, in New York. The Hawks won the
game 111-87. AP PHOTO
NEW YORK---Atlanta finished off a
stubborn Brooklyn with a 111-87 win
on Friday that gave the Hawks a 4-
2 victory in a 1st seed vs 8th seed NBA
Eastern Conference series that was
tougher than expected.
Paul Millsap had 25 points, nine
rebounds and six assists for the
Hawks, who raced ahead with a pow-
erhouse third quarter.
"We believe," forward DeMarre
Carroll said, "and we believe that
when we are playing the right way,
as you seen tonight, we can beat any-
Kyle Korver added 20 points and
hit three of his six 3-pointers during
a series-deciding run as the Hawks
turned a six-point halftime lead into
the only blowout of the series. The
East s No 1 seed has a quick turn-
around before facing Washington on
Sunday in its second-round opener.
"We didn t play that well the first
three games. I didn t think we had
our edge," Korver said. "Coming here
and losing two kind of woke of us."
Atlanta won the final two games
and left no doubt about this one after
beginning the second half with a 23-
3 blitz that made it 74-48, opening
as big a gap on the scoreboard as there
was between the teams in the stand-
The Hawks were 60-22 in the reg-
ular season and the Nets were only
38-44 as the last team to qualify for
the postseason, but Atlanta had
outscored Brooklyn by just nine points
through the first five games.
The Nets looked as if they would
keep this one close after recovering
from the Hawks strong start, but
Atlanta wouldn t let that happen.
Brook Lopez scored 19 points for
the Nets, who had saved first-round
elimination with Game 6 victories in
each of the last two years. But a
lethargic start to the third quarter
ended any hopes of taking the series
back to Atlanta today.
"We thought we put up a great
effort against this team that s the best
in the East," Nets guard Deron
Williams had two turnovers that
started Atlanta fast breaks in the
opening minutes of the third as the
Hawks started with an 8-0 spurt that
made it 59-45. Williams then made
a 3-pointer, but the Hawks ripped off
the next 15 points, opening a 26-point
bulge midway through the period.
"You could just see they had the
wave of momentum that they weren t
going to let up," Nets coach Lionel
The Hawks won the East so handily
after building a big cushion with their
17-0 January that they were able to
give their starters plenty of rest
approaching the postseason, though
that contributed to them not clicking
when the playoffs started. (AP)
Hawks beat Nets
111-87 to wrap up
series in Game 6
Williams had two turnovers
that started Atlanta fast
breaks in the opening
minutes of the third as the
Hawks started with an 8-0
spurt that made it 59-45.
Williams then made a 3-
pointer, but the Hawks
ripped off the next 15 points,
opening a 26-point bulge
midway through the period.
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