Raptors-Hawks Recap: Atlanta Outlasts Toronto in OT [SLIDESHOW]

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  • Millsaps Triple-Double
    Paul Millsap had 19 points 13 rebounds and 10 assist for the first triple-double in his career. Reuters
  • Teague Ties Personal Best
    Jeff Teague scored 34 points to tie his career-high. He made all of his shots from the line (11/11 FTs) and missed just seven shots in 18 attempts from the field. Teague also had 5 dimes and 4 takeaways. Reuters
  • Support Group
    Hawks had support from the reservesas four players scored six points or more off the bench. Reuters
  • Flying vs.the Hawks
    Terrence Ross had 11 points including this dunk but the Hawks soared higher in the extra period. Reuters
  • Raps Starters Ready But Unsteady
    All five starters for Toronto scored in double-figures (led by DeMar DeRozan's 29 points) but lost their poise down the stretch. Reuters
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Thanks to Jeff Teague’s career-high in scoring (34 points) and Paul Millsap’s first triple-double (19 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists), the Atlanta Hawks were able to rally from 13-points down in beating the visiting Toronto Raptors, 118-113 in overtime.

It was a closely-fought contest with no team leading by more than five with six minutes to go in the game and 10 lead changes in the payoff period. Atlanta has now won five straight and remained in the eighth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Confernce.

DeMar DeRozan had 29 points and 10 rebounds but turned the ball over in crucial moments. Kyle Lowry added 20 points, 7 rebounds and 9 assists for the Raptors, which has now lost back-to-back games and three of their last five games.

View the slideshow for more stats and facts of the Raptors-Hawks game.

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