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ESPN published this video item, entitled “The biggest takeaways from the Hawks’ Game 5 comeback win over the 76ers | Get Up” – below is their description.
The biggest takeaways from the Hawks’ Game 5 comeback win over the 76ers | Get Up
P. J. Carlesimo and Seth Greenberg join Get Up and reacts to the Atlanta Hawks overcoming a 23-point deficit and defeating the Philadelphia 76ers 109-106 in Game 5. The crew also weighs in on Paul George leading the LA Clippers to a 119-111 victory over the Utah Jazz without Kawhi Leonard.
0:00 P. J. Carlesimo says Doc Rivers shouldn’t have pulled Ben Simmons from the game.
1:40 Seth Greenberg weighs in on the 76ers’ loss.
3:40 Greenberg on Paul George’s performance in Game 5 without Kawhi Leonard.ESPN YouTube Channel
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