Hawks Teague stands on the court against Bulls in Chicago
Atlanta Hawks guard Jeff Teague stands on the court during the fourth quarter of game 5 of the NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals against the Chicago Bulls at the United Center in Chicago on May 10, 2011. The Bulls won 95-83 and lead the best of seven series 3-2. UPI/Brian Kersey
Paul George supplied a triple-double Sunday, helping stake Indiana to a 107-90 win over Atlanta to open its first-round Eastern Conference playoff series.
Josh Smith and Jeff Teague brought Atlanta back from a 19-point deficit Friday and the Hawks completed a series sweep with a 109-104 win over Milwaukee.
Devin Harris poured in 25 points and Josh Smith provided an all-around performance Monday in the Atlanta Hawks' 102-94 win over reeling Cleveland.
Al Horford and Jeff Teague combined for 50 points Wednesday in boosting Atlanta to a 107-88 win over Toronto that put the Hawks in the playoffs.
Dahntay Jones drained the go-ahead free throw with 22.4 seconds left and Al Horford added two more Sunday to clinch Atlanta's 104-99 win over Milwaukee.
A combined 53 points from Jeff Teague and Al Horford Wednesday launched Atlanta to a 98-90 triumph over Milwaukee.
Darren Collison and Dirk Nowitzki totaled 46 points for Dallas Monday and the Mavericks drained 13 three-pointers en route to a 127-113 win over Atlanta.
Jason Terry snapped a tie by hitting a 3-pointer with 35 seconds remaining in overtime Friday and Boston held on to defeat Atlanta 107-102.
Jeff Teague ignited Atlanta to a strong first half Wednesday and the Hawks coasted to a 107-96 decision over Philadelphia.
Denver's Corey Brewer scored 22 points Monday and the Nuggets went on a 14-5 run in the third quarter to speed past Atlanta 104-88.
United Press International