The Atlanta Hawks beat the Memphis Grizzlies 103-92 at home at Philips Arena. This was the second and final of two meetings between these two teams this regular season. This was also the second game of a back-to-back set for the Hawks (and the Grizzlies, for that matter). With the win, the Hawks improved to 27-21 on the season and swept the regular season series with the Grizzlies 2-0. The starters for the Hawks were Jeff Teague and Kyle Korver in the backcourt, Anthony Tolliver and Josh Smith at the two forward spots, and Al Horford at center. Zaza Pachulia (sore right Achilles), Louis Williams (torn ACL, right knee), and DeShawn Stevenson (knee) did not dress. Anthony Morrow and Jannero Pargo received DNP-CDs. The leading scorer for the Hawks was Jeff Teague, with a game-high 22 points. He also dished out 13 assists, giving him a double-double on the night. Josh Smith added 19 points, 11 boards, six dimes, and three blocks, giving him a double-double as well. Al Horford also contributed a double-double, with 17 points and 11 rebounds. Kyle Korver scored 12 points and grabbed six boards, while nailing a three for the 42nd straight game, tying Mookie Blaylock's franchise record. The leading scorer for the Grizzlies was Zach Randolph, with 20 points. In the first quarter, the Hawks outscored the Grizzlies 26-22. In the second quarter, Jeff Teague and John Jenkins scored nine points apiece to spark a 17-7 Hawks run, and the Hawks extended their lead to 58-48 at the break. In the third quarter, the Hawks got off to an 11-0 run en route to their biggest lead of the game, at 23, which was whittled down to 18 as they headed into the final frame. In the fourth quarter, Zach Randolph paced Memphis with eight points, but the Hawks secured the 11-point victory. I think there were a couple of keys to this win for the Hawks. First off, they did a great job of not fouling as much when the Grizzlies got the ball inside. They did get outscored in points in the paint by a small margin, but they also limited the Grizzlies to 16 free-throw attempts, compared to 40 against Indiana. Secondly, they boxed out very well, holding Memphis to almost 14 below their season average in rebounds per game. Great win for the Hawks to sweep the regular season series.