The Atlanta Hawks came up big on Friday night against the Knicks 116-104 as they claim their fourth victory on the season.
The Knicks lead by as many as 17 in the First Half but the Atlanta Hawks had something better in mind for the second half.
Heading into the locker room the Hawks only had one player in double figures which was Dennis Schroder.
Atlanta would go on a aggressive 11-5 run to start the second half before New York was forced to burn a timeout evening the score at 72-72.
During the run Dennis Schroder and Dewayne Dedmon combined for 8-of-the-11 points on the game. Dedmon finished with a game high 16 points and 6 rebounds.
As for Dennis Schroder he finished with a team high 26 points and 8 assist.
Rookie John Collins also got the nod for his second career start on Friday against the Knicks and continued his impressive scoring streak.
Collins scored 13 points and recorded five rebounds and three assists.
On the opposite side of the ball former Atlanta Hawk Tim Hardaway, Jr. made his return to Atlanta where he chipped in a game high 22 points in his return to Philips Arena on Friday night.