CHARLOTTE, N.C., Nov. 27 (Ticker) -- Eddie House and the rest of the Charlotte Bobcats' reserves were too hot to handle for the Atlanta Hawks.

House scored 17 of Charlotte's 48 bench points and led six players in double figures as the Bobcats posted a 107-92 victory over the Hawks, who have lost six in a row.

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"I was just knocking down shots, getting open looks and making them count," said House, who made 6-of-9 shots, including all three 3-pointers. "I give credit to my teammates for getting me open and my big men screening for me and getting me open."

Looking to bounce back after failing to hold a 17-point lead at Indiana on Friday, the Bobcats went on a 13-4 run late in the third quarter to open a 69-59 lead.

After Atlanta scored nine straight points, Charlotte ripped off 10 in a row capped by a no-look pass from Keith Bogans to Gerald Wallace for an easy layup, making it 87-74 with 9:10 to go.

"The fourth quarter was the biggest difference," Hawks coach Mike Woodson said. "That quarter has been atrocious for us. Not being able to step up in the fourth quarter causes us to lose. The Bobcats outworked us tonight."

Bogans came off the bench to score 15 points while rookie Emeka Okafor added 15 and 10 rebounds for the Bobcats, who had lost eight of their last nine games. Atlanta's reserves scored just 19 points. The Hawks committed 22 turnovers, leading to 28 points for the Bobcats.

"I thought we got our hands on a lot of stuff with our big guys," Bobcats coach Bernie Bickerstaff said. "When they would go into the paint area, I thought our rotations were pretty good."

Al Harrington scored 27 points and Antoine Walker added 24 for Atlanta.

The Hawks attempted just 14 free throws, three in the first half. The Bobcats were 27-of-34 from the charity stripe.

"We made free throws and we were still aggressive," said Charlotte guard Brevin Knight, who had 12 points and 11 assists. "In the past, we may have become a little passive and tried not to lose instead of trying to win. Tonight, we didn't do that."