Atlanta Hawks toppled 76ers in Game 7 with a 103-96 win on Sunday in Philadelphia. With the win, Hawks have qualified for the Eastern Conference finals, for the second time in the last 50 years beating top-seeded 76ers to it. Hawks would now take on Bucks on Wednesday night in Milwaukee which would be their first East finals since 2015. The fifth-seeded Hawks would go up against the third-seeded Milwaukee, who enjoy a 2-1 season series against Hawks.
Atlanta has improved form from last season where they were 20-47 and were excluded from the Orlando Bubble and this season they are one of the last four standing tall in the 2020-2021 season. Trae Young pushed for a win even after shooting 5 for 23 from the floor, a late three-pointer pushed their lead to 93-87 with less than three minutes left on the clock. In the end, Kevin Huerter scored 27 points, Danilo Gallinari added 17, and Collins scored14 points and 16 rebounds.