The Atlanta Hawks beat the New York Knicks 133-96 in Game 4 to take a 3-1 series lead.

Nate McMillan reminded his team afterwards that the next game would be the hardest of the series. 

"As I told our guys, this game will be the hardest game of the series to close a team out," McMillan said. "We know they're gonna come and they're gonna fight. This will be the hardest game of the series. I expect it to be physical. I expect both teams to come with urgency in this next game."

The game finished with a chippy ending, with Reggie Bullock receiving a technical and Julius Randle called for a flagrant foul on Danilo Gallinari. 

Trae Young said that his focus was on the court. 

"I just be trying to keep it basketball. I don't care if they are in their feelings or who's mad and who's not. It's just basketball at the end of the day. We're just trying to win. All the extra stuff, it is what it is. We're locked in," said Young afterwards.

Young lead the team with 27 points and nine assists. Young has lead the Hawks in scoring and assists in all four games.

Game 5 takes place on Wednesday.