Danilo Gallinari rips off 38 points, 10 triples for Hawks
Atlanta Hawks small forward Danilo Gallinari scored 38 points on 13-of-16 field goals and 10-of-12 3-pointers with 6 rebounds, 2 assists, and 2 steals in 33.5 minutes of a 127-112 win over the Boston Celtics on Wednesday.
Gallinari set a career-high and Hawks franchise record with the 10 triples. It was also the first time Gallinari scored more than 20 points this season and a personal-high for him since the 2014-15 season. Furthermore, Gallinari became just the third player in NBA history to hit at least 10 3-pointers in a game after coming off the bench and the first to do so through only three quarters. Gallinari will be at risk of a reduced role against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday if Cam Reddish (Achilles) is cleared to return.
Gallo scored 50.2 FanDuel points on Wednesday, second-most among all small forwards on the nine-game slate. The 32-year-old veteran accounted for 16.2 percent of his points total for the season in this game alone.
- Grizzlies' De'Anthony Melton (leg) out again on Wednesday April 13th, 2021
- Magic's Otto Porter (foot) out again on Wednesday April 13th, 2021
- Magic's Mo Bamba (hip) questionable for Wednesday April 13th, 2021
- Pelicans' James Johnson (wrist) questionable for Wednesday April 13th, 2021
- Orlando's Chuma Okeke (hip) questionable for Wednesday April 13th, 2021
- Rockets' Sterling Brown (knee) out again on Wednesday April 13th, 2021
- Atlanta's Trae Young (calf) remains sidelined on Tuesday April 13th, 2021
- Hawks' Danilo Gallinari (foot) ruled out on Tuesday April 13th, 2021
- Danilo Gallinari (ankle) doubtful for Hawks Tuesday April 13th, 2021
- Trae Young (calf) questionable for Hawks Tuesday April 13th, 2021
- Brandon Goodwin starting for Atlanta Sunday in place of injured Trae Young April 11th, 2021
- Danilo Gallinari (foot) ruled out Sunday afternoon April 11th, 2021