LOS ANGELES, Nov. 7 (Ticker) -- The Los Angeles Lakers got contributions from someone other than Kobe Bryant and, as a result, got back in the win column.

Caron Butler scored 22 points, Chris Mihm 19 and Lamar Odom chipped in 11 and 11 rebounds as the Lakers posted a 106-90 triumph over the Atlanta Hawks.

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Los Angeles cruised in its season opener against Denver but was hammered in Utah and then looked overmatched against the San Antonio Spurs at home on Friday. But the Lakers got contributions up and down their bench and took advantage of the lackluster defense of the Hawks.

Bryant had his best shooting night, making 6-of-12 shots from the field and finished with 24 points. Butler was 10-of-14 from the field as Los Angeles shot 56 percent (37-of-66), including 6-of-12 from 3-point range.

Reserve Tierre Brown, who had just five points in the Lakers' first three games, had 13 and five assists in 21 minutes.

Al Harrington scored 22 points and Antoine Walker added 20 for Atlanta, which went winless on its season-opening three-game road trip.