The Atlanta Hawks have been unable to win a game at home in the Eastern Conference Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
They are now down 2-0 and will play their next two games in Cleveland, and they will have to resume their basketball without a key contributor.
Shooting guard Kyle Korver has been ruled out for the rest of the playoffs with a severe ankle sprain, which will leave the Hawks without one of the most accurate shooters in the NBA.
Korver was battling with Cavaliers guard Matthew Dellavedova for a loose ball, and his ankle
Korver is also one of the most prolific three-point shooters in the league, as he sunk 49.2 percent of them during the regular season while making 48.7 of his shots from the field overall.
His play dropped off in the series against the Washington Wizards though, as he only made 31.3 percent of his shots.
His playoff performance as a whole was solid though, as he averaged 11.1 points and 5.0 rebounds during the 2015 playoffs.
The Hawks will look to steal a win against the Cavaliers in Cleveland to keep the series alive, but stopping LeBron James is never an easy task.