TORONTO, April 8 (Ticker) -- Jalen Rose and Morris Peterson made sure the Toronto Raptors did not endure another humiliating home loss to the Atlanta Hawks.

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Rose scored 30 points and Peterson added 26 and a career-high 14 rebounds, leading the Raptors to a 109-101 overtime victory over the league-worst Hawks, who lost their 14th straight game.

With the Raptors clinging to a 100-99 lead in the extra session, Rose made a jumper and Peterson added a 3-pointer from the corner. After Atlanta's Tony Delk responded with a jumper, Rose hit another 3-pointer with 40 seconds remaining to seal things.

"We came in at halftime and had a big-time gut check and it was a total team effort in the second half," Rose said.

With the Raptors trailing 47-33 at halftime, coach Sam Mitchell gave his team a strong enough message in the locker room to turn things around in the second half.

"Coach said we can pack it in or go out there and not get embarrassed," Peterson said. "We chose to play hard and everyone saw the difference. Everybody was working hard and playing with energy and that's what we needed."

Atlanta (11-64) has lost 27 of its last 28 games. The Hawks' lone win in that span was a 116-112 overtime triumph in Toronto on March 11.

Toronto led 95-91 with 1:31 remaining in regulation after Rafer Alston's 3-pointer, but Atlanta forced overtime as Delk banked in a shot and Tyronn Lue made two free throws sandwiched around a free throw by Rose.

"They came out and scored the first couple of buckets in overtime just like they did the last time we were here and it was hard for us playing catch-up," said Lue, who added 12 points and eight assists.

"They made plays," said Delk, who scored 20 points off the bench. "They had a couple of big threes and we didn't get scores, and down the stretch you've got to make plays."

Toronto, which trailed by 17 points after one quarter and by 14 at intermission, rallied behind Alston, who scored 20 of his 21 points after the break.

Chris Bosh added 11 points, 12 rebounds and five blocks for Toronto, including a crucial rejection on Lue with 1:33 remaining in overtime.

"I think every minute of basketball we play right now is about pride," Bosh said. "We didn't play well and didn't make shots. Sometimes when your offense isn't clicking, you have to do something else, so all I could do today was rebound and play some decent defense."

Milt Palacio matched a season high with 19 points, accounting for all of the Raptors' bench points.

Predrag Drobnjak scored a season-high 21 points and rookie Josh Smith added 19 and 12 rebounds for Atlanta.