Trae Young and Bogdan Bogdanovic together scored 46 points to lead Hawks for their seventh back-to-back win with 116-93 score over Oklahoma City Thunder. Hawks have made a turnaround ever since Nate McMillan took over as interim coach of the team to deliver seven wins in a row for the first time after a long time. Hawks were leading by 27 big ones at the end of third quarter.
While Thunder was running behind and both their starting players Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Al Horford shot just 3 for 18 in the first half. Gilgeous-Alexander later found his footing in the second half and ended the match with 19 points. Thunder would now face Houston and Minnesota while Hawks would take on both the Los Angeles teams.