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About Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Atlanta Hawks

Both fighting to represent the East in the NBA Finals, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Atlanta Hawks share a budding rivalry. The Cavaliers are represented by top players LeBron James, Kylie Irving, Kevin Love and Tristan Thomas while the Hawks stand strong behind greats such as Paul Millsap, Dennis Schroder and Kent Bazemore. In addition to the star power, adding heat to this rivalry is the head to head records of the two teams.

Considering the recent performances of the teams against each other, there is no denying the intensity in the Atlanta Hawks and Cleveland Cavaliers contests.

To understand the depths of this rivalry, let’s take a look at some of the memorable moments between the teams

Memorable Moments - Atlanta Hawks vs. Cleveland Cavaliers

LeBron’s Limp to Victory - Limping LeBron James led the Cleveland Cavaliers to victory against the Hawks on May 24, 2015 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland. In a display of passion and dedicated sportsmanship, LeBron James sealed the victory for the Cavaliers, 114-111 in overtime, and helped his team take a 3-0 lead in the series. As soon as the final whistle was blown, an exhausted James dropped to the floor and had to be helped back up. About his undying commitment and passion in this game, he inspired millions by saying, “I worked extremely hard and for me as a leader no matter how I’m feeling I’ve got to try to make some plays.”

The Big Upset - On April 8, 2017, Atlanta Hawks upset the Cavaliers in Cleveland, 114-100. With all of Cleveland’s star players, including LeBron James, everyone expected the strong Eastern Conference team to clean sweep the Hawks. This expectation was raised by the fact that the Hawks were playing without some of their biggest names, including Dennis Schroder, Thabo Sefolosha, Dwight Howard, Kent Bazemore and Paul Millsap. Somehow, Tim Hardaway Jr., Kris Humphries and Malcolm Delaney rallied together and managed to beat the best team in the East. This was one of the biggest upsets of the season at the Quicken Loans Arena.

Head to Head Records - Atlanta Hawks vs. Cleveland Cavaliers

The following statistics are for the Atlanta Hawks against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Games Played Wins Losses Win %age Points Scored Points Allowed
220 120 100 0.545 22386 22241

According to these numbers, the Hawks seem to have the upper hand currently. As for the playoffs, the two teams have played against each other a total of 21 times. Out of these, the Hawks have managed to win against the Cavaliers only once.

Talent behind the Atlanta Hawks and the Cleveland Cavaliers

Both the Hawks and the Cavaliers have had many talented players on their team rosters. Let’s take a look at the men who helped fuel this rivalry.

The Hawks have names like Paul Millsap in their team. This power forward has been playing with the Hawks since 2013 and is a four-time NBA All Star. Dennis Schroder is another big name for the Hawks. This point guard has played with the Hawks since 2013 and has been compared to fellow NBA point guard Rajon Rondo on several occasions. He also won the BBL Best German Young Player award in 2013. Shooting guard/small forward Kent Bazemore has been playing with the Hawks since 2014 and has won the Lefty Driesell Award in college.

On the other hand, the Cleveland Cavaliers are equally talented. Big names on this side include LeBron James, the small forward, who has been with the Cavaliers during 2003 and 2010 and 2014 till present. He has won three NBA championships, two Olympic gold medals and the NBA Rookie of the Year Award. Point guard Kyrie Irving is another big name on the Cavalier’s side. He has been with the Cleveland Cavaliers since the start of his career in 2011 and has the 2011-12 Rookie of the Year title and the 2014 NBA ALL-Star Game MVP title. Shooting guard/small forward Kyle Korver has been playing for the Cleveland Cavaliers since 2003 and became an NBA All-Star in 2015.

Atlanta Hawks take on the Cleveland Cavaliers – Not to be missed!

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