TV: Hawks remain alive in NBA Eastern Conference Finals
From Staff Reports
The Atlanta Hawks are just two wins away from advancing to the NBA Finals for the first time since the franchise moved to Atlanta.
Without injured star guard Trae Young, Atlanta rolled to a 110-88 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 4 last night in the Eastern Conference Finals. The Best of Seven series is tied 2-2 with Game 5 on Thursday in Milwaukee and Game 6 on Saturday here in Atlanta.
In baseball, the Atlanta Braves dropped to 5.5 games back of National League East leader New York last night with a 4-3 loss to the Mets. It was the start of a 6-game home stand with Miami coming in on Friday. The Braves are now 37-41 overall on the season.
Atlanta United is coming off a 0-0 draw on Sunday against the New York Red Bulls and return to action on the road versus the Chicago Fire FC on Saturday. United is in 10th place in the MLS Eastern Conference with 12 points and a 2-2-6 record.
The Atlanta Dream used a 73-69 victory over the New York Liberty last night to move to 6-9 overall. The Dream is in 11th place in the WNBA Standings. Atlanta travels west to face Seattle and Las Vegas on Friday and Sunday, respectively.
Below are this week’s schedules and how to watch each on TV.
NBA Playoffs Eastern Conference Finals (Series tied 2-2, Best of 7)
July 1, Thurs, at Milwaukee Bucks, 8:30 pm – TNT (Game 5)
July 3, Sat, Milwaukee Bucks, 8:30 pm – TNT (Game 6)
July 5, Mon, at Milwaukee Bucks, 8:30 pm – TNT (Game 7, if necessary)
June 30, Wed, N.Y. Mets, 7:20 pm – BSS
July 1, Thurs, N.Y. Mets, 7:20 pm – BSS
July 2, Fri, Miami Marlins, 7:20 pm – BSSE
July 3, Sat, Miami Marlins, 4:10 pm – BSSE
July 4, Sun, Miami Marlins, 1:20 pm – BSSE
July 5, Mon, at Pittsburgh Pirates, 7:05 – BSS
July 3, Sat, at Chicago Fire FC, 8 pm – BSS
July 2, Fri, at Seattle Storm, 10 pm – Twitter
July 4, Sun, at Las Vegas Aces, 6 pm (no local TV)
BSSE – Bally Sports Southeast
BSS – Bally Sports South
TNT – Turner Network Television