The Hawks got off to a good start and finished the first quarter tied at 26, but the Warriors offense took over in the second quarter scoring 36 points and they finished the half shooting 54.3% from the field and an incredible 8-of-12 (66.7%) from three. The Hawks offense that was shooting at a respectable 42.9% in the first quarter went flat in the second quarter shooting just 9-of-25 (36%) from the field and 0-of-5 from three. The Warriors had five players in double figures including a 13 point, nine assist, five rebound performance from Stephen Curry. Harrison Barnes and Carl Landry each went 5-for-7 from the field for 12 points, while David Lee had 10 points and nine boards as he continues his hot play. The Warriors clearly came out with the intention of redeeming themselves after a poor outing last night against the Magic. Golden State is also beating the Hawks on the glass with a 28-22 advantage. Golden State is 14-1 when they out-rebound their opponents.