Turning point: Al Horford pump faked, got Kemba Walker to leave his feet, then drove the lane and slammed in a two-handed dunk to put the Hawks up 97-94 with 54 seconds to play in regulation. But on the next trip down the floor, with the Hawks leading by one, Horford's traveling violation opened the door for a game-tying free throw from Jefferson to send the game to overtime.
Number: Nine. Number of offensive fouls the Hawks were charged with, officially, including one by Kyle Korver when the Hawks had a chance for a game-winning shot with 2.5 seconds left in the second overtime. They accounted for nine of the Hawks' 19 turnovers.