The Atlanta Hawks came from behind to defeat the Milwaukee Bucks 102-97 in Philips Arena on Thursday night.

It wasn't the cruise-control win that many expected, but the Atlanta Hawks emerged victorious over the Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday night by a final score of 102-97. Atlanta trailed by double-figures during the second quarter and for the majority of the second half, but when Kyle Korver caught fire with 12 fourth-quarter points and Jeff Teague punctuated the night with a dunk of epic proportions to give the Hawks a seven-point lead with 27 seconds remaining, the win was in hand.

Teague's performance wasn't without blemish, as he committed seven turnovers, but the point guard finished with a team-high 22 points (on 7 for 10 shooting) and dished out 8 assists in addition to his game-clinching dunk. The aforementioned Kyle Korver continued his incredibly hot shooting with 14 points on 4 for 6 shooting and 3 for 5 from 3-point land, and Paul Millsap used 12 points in the first quarter to finish with 17 points and 8 rebounds.