July 18, 2024

NBA report: Atlanta Hawks List deadly Starting Lineup For Tonight’s Game vs Houston’s after….

The Hawks are going to be shorthanded tonight.

Tonight’s Atlanta team will not have a lot of depth because they will be missing De’Andre Hunter, Clint Capela, Bruno Fernando, Patty Mills, Wesley Matthews, and Mouhamed Gueye.

Dejounte Murray is returning for this game, which is fantastic news for the Hawks. Along with Jalen Johnson, Onyeka Okongwu, Saddiq Bey, and Trae Young, he will be in the starting lineup.

Dillon Brooks, Houston is ranked ninth in free throw attempts, fifth in rebounding, tenth in turnovers, fifteenth in three-point attempts, twentyth in three-point %, and twenty-first in PPG. Houston is ranked sixth in turnover %, 19th in offensive rebounding percentage, 14th in free throw rate, 26th in effective field goal percentage, and 21st in points per 100 possessions, according to Cleaning the Glass.

,Jalen Green, Amen Thompson, and Jabari Smith Jr. comprise the Rockets’ starting lineup.

The Hawks are currently 3rd in PPG, 23rd in field goal percentage, 6th in three-point attempts, 18th in three-point percentage, 4th in free throw attempts, 7th in rebounding, and 15th in turnovers. Per Cleaning the Glass, Atlanta is 10th in points per 100 possessions, 19th in effective field goal percentage, 10th in turnover percentage, 4th in offensive rebounding percentage, and 9th in free throw rate

It hasn’t changed since these two teams’ previous meeting: the Rockets play excellent defense. Houston is ranked 21st in three-point attempts allowed, 3rd in three-point percentage allowed, 5th in field goal percentage allowed, and 10th in points per game allowed. Per Cleaning the Glass, the Rockets rank 6th in points allowed per 100 possessions and 5th in effective field goal percentage. The Hawks guards may have a difficult time keeping up with someone like Dillon Brooks.

The game is going to be interesting on the other side. The Hawks’ defense is the worst in the NBA and will let just about anyone score on them. While Houston does not have an elite offense, they have players that can have big games. Alperen Sengun and Jalen Green can all explode for big nights on offense.

Houston is ranked ninth in free throw attempts, fifth in rebounding, tenth in turnovers, fifteenth in three-point attempts, twentyth in three-point %, and twenty-first in PPG. Houston is ranked sixth in turnover %, 19th in offensive rebounding percentage, 14th in free throw rate, 26th in effective field goal percentage, and 21st in points per 100 possessions, according to Cleaning the Glass.

 

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