Hawks-Raptors: Report Card


* The Hawks had four double-digit scorers (only one starter) with Jeff Teague (18), Tim Hardaway Jr. (15), Dennis Schroder (13) and Mike Scott (12).

* The Raptors had five double-digit scorers (four starters) with DeRozan (26), Jonas Valanciunas (19), Kyle Lowry (17), Terrence Ross (13) and Norman Powell (10).

* Lowry also had 11 assists.

* Hawks starters were 4 of 13 and Hawks reserves were 10 of 20 from 3-point range.

* Raptors were 22 of 28 from the free-throw line and the Hawks were 9 of 13.

* Kris Humphries was called for a Flagrant Foul I on DeRozan in the first quarter.

* The Hawks were 12-4 in March.

* The Hawks had their season-high streak of nine straight games with at least 100 points snapped.

* The Hawks had 18 turnovers, six in the first quarter.

* Paul Millsap recorded his 1,000th career steal.

Key stat


Points each for both Al Horford and Millsap

Quote of the game

“There is a lot of room for improvement the next time we get to play them.” – Horford

Report card

Offense: C-minus

Credit a group of reserves for a 30-point fourth quarter. That was the offensive highlight. The Hawks starters were a combined 19 of 46 and Teague had eight of the field goals. There were too many turnovers. The Raptors were successful in disrupting the Hawks’ ball-movement offense.

Defense: D

The Hawks’ key to the game was keeping DeRozan and Lowry off the free-throw and 3-point line. They did not succeed. The two guards were 12 of 14 from the line and 5 of 8 from long range. When concentrating on the two all-stars, Valaciunas answered with a big game inside.

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