Mike Budenholzer: 'Atlanta Hawks need to focus and move on from victory'

Coach Mike Budenholzer on the sidelines on April 25, 2012
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Atlanta Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer says that his side need to move on from their victory against the Indiana Pacers by improving and focusing on their coming matches.

Atlanta Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer has said that his side need to move on from their 101-93 victory against the Indiana Pacers by improving and focusing on the coming games as they bid for playoff series glory.

The Hawks beat the Pacers on the opening day of the playoffs as Jeff Teague and Paul Millsap scored 28 and 25 points each to spur their side to the win.

"I'm happy for our guys to have them rewarded for their efforts and for the the way they played together," the Atlanta coach revealed after the game.

"But there's a lot of basketball and it's just one game. Our goal is to continue to get better and focus on where we need to improve and not be too happy, not let that seep in."

Game Two between the sides takes place on Tuesday in Indianapolis.

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