Bucks-Hawks Report Card

A recap of the Hawks’ 117-109 double overtime loss to the Bucks Saturday:


* The Hawks were 9 of 41 (22 percent) from 3-point range, including 1 of 9 in the overtime periods.

* Kent Bazemore had another rough outing, finishing with two points and a minus-19 rating.

* The Hawks had four double-digit scorers in Paul Millsap (27), Dennis Schroder (25), Al Horford (17) and Kyle Korver (12).

* Schroder is the only player in the NBA this season with at least 25 points and 10 assists off the bench. Schroder had career-highs in minutes (40), points (25), rebounds (10) and field goals (10).

* Jeff Teague tied Jason Terry with 588 steals, seventh in Hawks history.

* The Bucks had five players in double-digit scoring with Jabari Parker (28), Greg Monroe (24), Giannis Antetokounmpo (19), Michael Carter-Williams (17) and Khris Middleton (12).

* Parker led the Bucks with a plus-18 rating.

* The Bucks played just eight players.

* The Hawks bench – including Schroder – only outscored the Bucks’ bench 46-43.

* The Hawks’ biggest lead was three points.

Key stat


The Bucks’ advantage in second-chance points, helped by a 17-10 edge in offensive rebounds

Quote of the game

“We have a nice homestand here and this is not the way we pictured it going. We are really in a hole right now.” – Al Horford on second straight home loss coming out of All-Star break

Report card

Offense: C

The Hawks shot 41.5 percent from the field for the game, despite the poor 3-point shooting. They did have 16 turnovers with only two coming in the overtime periods. They had only 39 points in the second and third quarters combined. Schroder and Millsap were solid.

Defense: D

The Hawks allowed the Bucks the first eight points of the second overtime. They fell behind by nine points in the first half and 10 points in the second half. They were able to erase each deficit but never could get away. The Bucks’ poor free-throw shooting in regulation kept the Hawks the game. The rebounding (65-49), points in the paint (58-50) and second-chance points (27-10) disadvantages were issues.