Lemon Pepper Lou Shines As Hawks Beat The Bucks Without Trae Young, Giannis Injures Knee

Many thought that the Hawks had no chance of evening the series 2-2 given the fact that they were without their leader and star point guard Trae Young. It seems that “Lemon Pepper Lou” had something to say about all that.

Lou Williams Did What He Does

Big night for Lou Williams while filling in as a starter for the injured Trae Young. In his first career playoff start, Williams rose to the occasion, totaling 21 points 8 assists and 5 rebounds while helping to lead the Hawks to victory. While many did not see this coming, perhaps they just have not been watching enough of Lou Williams to know what to expect.

Draymond Green Knows Lou A Little Better Than You

Draymond Green was one of the few people to somewhat predict exactly what we saw play out last night. Lou had multiple monster games in the playoffs against Golden State in recent years, so Green is well aware of what he brings to the court.

Giannis Knee Injury

In a year full of big name playoff injuries, yet another hit the list as Giannis “hyperextended” his knee during Game 4. Hopefully that is the full extent of the injury, but even if that best case scenario plays out, how soon can Giannis realistically be expected to come back and play? And what will he be able to contribute moving forward?

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