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Hawks even become a series thanks to the clutch performance of Lou Williams, Bogdan Bogdanovic


No Trae Young, no problem for the Atlanta Hawks.

The Hawks defeated the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday night 110-88, tied for two games each in the Eastern Conference Finals series.

Atlanta relied on Lou Williams and Bogdan Bogdanovic throughout the game.

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Williams, who is mostly successful in a bench role, scored 21 points in shooting 7-of-9 from the field. Bogdanovic added 20 points and was 6v14 out of the three-point range.

Bogdan Bogdanovic (13) of Atlanta Hawks tries to pass the ball while Brook Lopez (11) of Milwaukee Bucks in the first half of the fourth game of the NBA East Basketball Conference final on Tuesday, June 29, 2021, in Atlanta defended.  (AP Photo / Brynn Anderson)

Bogdan Bogdanovic (13) of Atlanta Hawks tries to pass the ball while Brook Lopez (11) of Milwaukee Bucks in the first half of the fourth game of the NBA East Basketball Conference final on Tuesday, June 29, 2021, in Atlanta defended. (AP Photo / Brynn Anderson)

Cam Reddish gave the Hawks 12 points off the bench in 23 minutes. Danilo Gallinari also added 10 points from the bench.

Clint Capela also left the game towards the end of the fourth quarter after being hit in the eye. He was seen walking back into the locker room and tensing his face.

The Bucks had a tough shooting night made even more difficult by the loss of Giannis Antetokounmpo.

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“The Greek Freak” left the game in the third quarter with a hyperextended left knee. The injury looked more gruesome, but he was able to walk around on his own before being disfellowshipped.

He finished with 14 points and eight rebounds.

Atlanta Hawks 'Lou Williams (6) keeps the ball out of Milwaukee Bucks' Jrue Holiday (21) during the first half of the fourth game of the Eastern Conference NBA basketball playoff on Tuesday, June 29, 2021 in Atlanta.  (AP Photo / Brynn Anderson)

Atlanta Hawks ‘Lou Williams (6) keeps the ball out of Milwaukee Bucks’ Jrue Holiday (21) during the first half of the fourth game of the Eastern Conference NBA basketball playoff on Tuesday, June 29, 2021 in Atlanta. (AP Photo / Brynn Anderson)

Jrue Holiday led the Bucks with 19 points and Khris Middleton had 16.

Atlanta announced ahead of the game that Young would not play because of a bruised foot.

Young briefly left Game 3 when he injured his ankle while stepping on the foot of a referee. He went down and complained about the game. He would return later in the fourth quarter, but the Hawks would lose the game 113-102.

According to ESPN, the Star Guard “went out of their way” to try and play, but their mobility was limited.

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Game 5 between the two teams will be played in Milwaukee on Thursday evening.

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