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Nets vs Hawks, 2015 NBA Playoffs: Time, TV schedule and radio info for Game 2

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The Atlanta Hawks look for a 2-0 advantage in their first round series against the Brooklyn Nets.

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The Atlanta Hawks took a 1-0 lead in their first round series with the Brooklyn Nets with a 99-92 win at Philips Arena on Sunday. They will look to hold serve at home Wednesday night when the two teams meet again in Game 2.

Atlanta comes into the game with some injury concerns most notably to their starting frontcourt tandem of Al Horford and Paul Millsap. Horford suffered a dislocated finger during the fourth quarter of Game 1. The injury is still bothering him but he declared on Tuesday that he would be in the lineup for Game 2. Paul Millsap is dealing with a shoulder injury that sidelined him for five games at the end of the regular season. He played 34 minutes in Game 1 but was just 2-11 from the field.

You can watch Wednesday's game in a variety of ways. FoxSportSouth will again carry the game with Bob Rathbun and legend Dominique Wilkins bringing you the action. The game will be broadcast nationally via NBA TV. If you can't watch but would rather listen, veteran broadcaster Steve Holman will have the call on the radio via 92.9 "The Game" FM.

Tip off for Game 2 from Philips Arena is set for 7 p.m. ET.

How to watch Brooklyn at Atlanta

Game Date/Time: Wednesday, April 22, 7 p.m. ET

Location: Philips Arena, Atlanta, Georgia

TV: NBA TV, FoxSportSouth

Online: Fox Sports Go

Radio: 92.9 "The Game" FM