Budenholzer Says Team is Frustrated, Focused

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The day after the Atlanta Hawks’ death by 3’s in Cleveland during Game 2, Mike Budenholzer had his team relive the nightmare by watching some of the film. It might actually be a good thing considering the mood the Hawks were already in after surrendering an NBA-record 25 3-pointers to the Cleveland Cavaliers in an Eastern Conference semifinal whipping on Wednesday night.

“I think they all know they have more to give and are looking forward to playing in Atlanta,” Budenholzer said on a conference call when asked about the team’s mood. “I think there is a certain degree of frustration, a certain degree of — I don’t want to say pissed off, I am sure that is not appropriate for print — whatever the right word is for pissed off, as you should be going into a Game 3.”

Source: Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPN

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