In Wednesday’s Duke Brotherhood playoff action, Cam Reddish dressed out for the Hawks after being out since February but didn’t see action.
The Hawks didn't really need him either as Trae Young blew up for 48 points. We don’t think Atlanta has seen that kind of offense in the playoffs since the days of Dominique Wilkins.
We hope he can see some time in Game 2. He’s talented and fun to watch and as we as at Duke, he gets increasingly ruthless in tight games.
On Thursday, Luke Kennard and the Clippers get another crack at the Phoenix Suns after Deandre Ayton’s stunning alley-oop to win Game 2.
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