Field Goal %
- ATL 29.3
- 41.8 CHI
Three Point %
- ATL 14.3
- 42.9 CHI
- ATL 15
- 14 CHI
- ATL 47
- 67 CHI
- Chicago, IL
0:00 - 4th Quarter
End of Game
Fewest Points Allowed in Game - By Bulls in Shot-Clock Era (regular season or postseason)
1998 NBA Finals Game 3 Jazz 54 Monday Hawks 58 March 19 2012 at Magic 59
The Hawks score just 58 points, the franchise's second fewest points in a game since the shot clock was instituted back in 1954-55...the 1955 Milwaukee Hawks set the record by scoring just 57 points in a loss at Boston all the way back in February of 1955.
The Hawks had 20 points in the 1st half tonight against the Bulls.The Falcons had 20 points in the 1st half Sunday against the Seahawks.
The Hawks scored 5 points in the 2nd quarter, 2 points shy of the record for fewest points in the 2nd quarter in the shot clock era.
FEWEST POINTS BY A TEAM IN 1st HALFSHOT CLOCK ERA (SINCE 1954-55)Clippers 19 Dec. 14, 1999 LakersHawks 20 Tonight BullsJazz 20 Jan. 4, 1975 SuperSonicsJazz 21 Feb. 4, 2000 Lakers
Tonight the Hawks finished with 20 points in the 1st half.The NBA record for fewest points in a FIRST half is 19. Done by the Clippers against the Lakers on December 14, 1999.Fewest in EITHER half is 16. Done by the Hornets at the Clippers on March 1, 2006 in the 2nd half.
Kevin Durant gets the dish from Draymond Green in transition and lobs it up to JaVale McGee who banks it in.
David West inbounds after Manu Ginobili's free throw to the other end of the court where Ian Clark meets the pass and lays it up to beat both Dejounte Murray and the first-quarter buzzer.
JaVale McGee doesn't let LaMarcus Aldridge's deflection stop his dunk opportunity, then hustles to block Jonathon Simmons' drive on the other end.