Kyle Korver made out of 8 out of 10 three-pointers as Al Horford and the Hawks pulled away from the Kings in the fourth quarter for a 124-107 victory of Wednesday night's showdown in Atlanta.

Atlanta was 15-25 from behind the three-point line and 47-81 from the field, good for 58% on the night. Korver laid on a barrage of second-half threes and Horford scored 12 points in the fourth quarter to help the Hawks distance themselves from an offensively pesky Sacramento team.

Led by Isaiah Thomas and DeMarcus Cousins, the Kings pounded the ball inside and shot 21-25 from the line. The problem for Sacramento, however, was defense. They couldn't keep up with Korver in transition or through screens and their pick-and-pop defense was abysmal, allowing Teague and others to routinely find Horford for mid-range jumpers.

The Hawks got off to a fast start, taking a double digit lead early in the first quarter. Cousins and Thomas, however, pushed the Kings back into the game and closed the gap to 28-26 by the end of the quarter. The rest of the game was a back and forth affair with both teams seeing great success on the offensive end until Atlanta pulled away in the fourth quarter, thanks to some stops and pushing the ball in transition and/or making quick decisions in the half-court.