John Wall and the Washington Wizards were three seconds away from taking a 3-2 series lead heading back to Washington for a potential series clinching game 6. But then Al Horford happened and everything changed. Dennis Schroder drove the lane and attempted a shot which was swatted away by John Wall and his fractured hand, only to be gobbled up by a crashing Horford who took his time and put in the offensive rebound to give the Hawks control of the series. Al also became the first Hawks player to register a 20 point, 10 rebound, and 5 block performance in Atlanta playoff history. He has been one of the most under appreciated players in the league but if he keeps stringing together playoff performances such as the one he had last night, everybody will have to take notice and give him the credit he deserves!
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