Trailing by 11 points entering the 4th quarter, the Milwaukee Bucks went on a 22-3 run and pulled out a 98-90 win over the Atlanta Hawks at the Bradley Center.
The Bucks outscored the Hawks in the final quarter, 34-15 and shot 61% from the field. Earl Boykins, Carlos Delfino and newly signed (10 day contract) Garrett Temple combined to score 26 points in the decisive 4th quarter.
Corey Maggette had 22 points to lead the Bucks in scoring before fouling out in the 4th quarter. Carlos Delfino, in just his 4th game back from a concussion, rediscovered his 3-point stroke, hitting 5 of 9 from beyond the arch and finished with 15 points.
Temple, who just signed a 10-day contract on Tuesday, had been playing for Erie in the NBA Development League. Temple played 18 minutes, finishing with 8 points, 3 assists and 3 rebounds.
The Bucks finished 10 0f 20 from 3-point range on the night, but shot just 43% overall from the floor.
The Bucks return to action Friday night at Toronto.