The Atlanta Hawks will take on the Cleveland Cavaliers tonight on the road.  This will be the first game of a back-to-back set for the Hawks.  With a win tonight, the Hawks would improve to 18-9 on the season and tie the regular season series with the Cavaliers at 1-1.  The probable starters for the Hawks tonight are Jeff Teague and Louis Williams in the backcourt, Kyle Korver and Josh Smith at the two forward positions, and Al Horford at center.  Devin Harris (sore left foot) is listed as doubtful.  I think there are a couple of keys to a win for the Hawks tonight.  Not boxing out on the last possession of the Hawks' last meeting with the Cavaliers cost them the game.  Taking on the NBA's leading rebounder in Anderson Varejao, the Hawks really have to box out and crash the boards.  Secondly, Jeremy Pargo dominated the Hawks in their last meeting.  With the Cavaliers' first-string point guard Kyrie Irving back in the lineup, the Hawks' guards really have to step up their defense. If the Hawks can outrebound the Cavaliers and put pressure on the Cavaliers' backcourt, I think they can get a W tonight in a rematch of their 2009 Eastern Conference Semifinals series. Game Time: 7:30pm E.T. TV: SPSO Radio: 680 The Fan, 98.9 The Bone