Filed under: Stream March 21: Pelicans 111, Hawks 105 Contributors: Kris Willis and Brad Rowland Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: March 21: Pelicans 111, Hawks 105 Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email Atlanta got 26 points from Jeff Teague but couldn't overcome a big night by Anthony Davis in a 111-105 loss to the New Orleans Pelicans. 7 Total Updates Since Mar 21, 2014, 8:00am EDT Follow this stream March 22, 2014 Williams returns to rotation By Kris Willis@Kris_Willis Kyle Korver's injury opened up an opportunity for Lou Williams who had been a DNP-CD in seven straight games. Unfortunately, he wasn't able to do much with the opportunity. March 22, 2014 Anthony Davis dominates in Hawks loss to Pelicans By Brad Rowland@BTRowland Former #1 overall pick Anthony Davis entered Friday night's game coming off of an illness, but it certainly didn't show, as the New Orleans Pelicans big man dominated the proceedings to down the Atlanta Hawks. March 21, 2014 4th quarter dooms Hawks in 111-105 loss to N.O. By Brad Rowland@BTRowland Anthony Davis and the New Orleans Pelicans came into Philips Arena and ran away in the 4th quarter to knock off the Atlanta Hawks, 111-105. March 21, 2014 Kyle Korver out against Pelicans By Brad Rowland@BTRowland After cutting his warm-up routine short due to apparent back issues, Atlanta Hawks shooting guard Kyle Korver has been ruled out for Friday's game against the New Orleans Pelicans. March 21, 2014 Pelicans vs Hawks game thread By Kris Willis@Kris_Willis The Atlanta Hawks look for a season-best sixth straight win when they host Anthony Davis and the New Orleans Pelicans. Discuss all of tonight's action here: March 21, 2014 Dennis Schröder likely to play against Pelicans By Brad Rowland@BTRowland Despite an ankle injury that forced him out of action early on Tuesday, Atlanta Hawks point guard Dennis Schröder is likely to play when the team takes on the New Orleans Pelicans on Friday night. March 21, 2014 Hawks aim to keep streak alive against Pelicans By Brad Rowland@BTRowland Heading into Friday night with a season-best winning streak of 5 straight games, the Atlanta Hawks will welcome the New Orleans Pelicans to Philips Arena.