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- A 20-3 run by the home team changed things dramatically for the Hawks Friday as the Philadelphia 76ers snapped Atlanta's four-game winning streak, 90-76 at the Wells Fargo Center.

-- The loss drops the Hawks to 11-5 on the season and Philadelphia moves to 11-4.

-- After scoring 47 first half points, the Hawks could only muster 29 over the final two quarters.

-- Willie Green led Atlanta with 14 points, while Jeff Teague has 12. Josh Smith and Tracy McGrady tossed in 10 each.

-- The Hawks led by six after one and increased it by two at the halftime, taking a 47-39 lead into the locker room, behind nine points from Teague.

-- There was balanced scoring up and down the roster after two quarters, as Smith and McGrady each had eight, Pachulia had five, and three players had four each.

-- The Hawks shot 50% in the first 24, and held the Sixers to 34 percent shooting.

-- Unfortunately for Atlanta, the third quarter was a complete struggle, as the Hawks scored only 10 points to 25 for Philadelphia, as the Sixers reversed things to take a 64-57 advantage.

-- Atlanta returns to action Saturday against Cleveland as the Cavs make their first appearance at Philips Arena at 7 pm (Sportsouth HD, 680 AM/93.7 FM).