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Atlanta Hawks know from experience that 8 seeds can be troublesome
Brooklyn Nets' Bojan Bogdanovic scores against the Atlanta Hawks during the first quarter of an April 8 game in New York. Atlanta defeated Brooklyn 114-111. - photo by Jason DeCrow
ATLANTA — There's nothing to indicate the Atlanta Hawks will have any trouble with the Brooklyn Nets in the opening round of the NBA playoffs. The top-seeded Hawks won all four regular-season meetings by an average of more than 17 points. They finished a whopping 22 games ahead of the Nets in the Eastern Conference standings.
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