Kyle Korver made Hawks fans sweat but he extended his consecutive games with a made three with a fourth quarter bucket in transition. The streak now stands at 81 games and just eight behind Dana Barros for the longest streak in league history.
Korver went scoreless in the first half and missed his first three attempts from beyond-the-arc. He heated up in the fourth scoring all eight of his points including a pair of threes in transition.
Atlanta struggled from three-point range the entire game starting 0-for-9 and finishing just 5-for-24. Korver will look to extend his streak to 82 games on Friday when the Hawks host the Philadelphia 76ers.