Lou Williams replaced Trae Young in the Hawks’ starting lineup and helped Atlanta even the series vs the Milwaukee Bucks.

In his first-ever career playoff start, Williams flirted with the doule-double, with 21 points and eight assists, as the Hawks earned the 88-110 win over the Bucks in Game 4.

Milwaukee was forced to play without Giannis Antetokounmpo in the second half, as the Bucks superstar exited the game with a left knee injury.

With the series tied at 2 apiece, Game 5 on Thursday will show which team will come a step away from the NBA Finals.