Inside the Hawks’ trip to London
The Hawks hit London as part of the NBA Global Games, but their was more to their trip tha just basketball.
Get an inside look at their trip as the team went sightseeing in the city, point guard Dennis Schroeder toured Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium and the players opened up about playing overseas.
The game itself saw Atlanta fall to the Nets 127-110, though Kyle Korver did extend his NBA-record streak to 108 games with at least one three-pointer.
Shelvin Mack and Mike Scott led the Hawks’ scoring with 17 points each off the bench, while Jeff Teague had 16, while Paul Millsap added 13 and Pero Antic 11.
It was the fourth regular-season NBA game to be played in the British capital and the first for the Hawks.