Mike Scott and Kyle Korver each had 17 points, including both hitting big 3's in the final quarter to pull away. The Hawks also got more help from the bench, which is nothing new, as Dennis Schroder had 9 points and 7 assists.
The Warriors were led by Klay Thompson with 29 points and Stephen Curry's 26 points and 9 assists, but finished the game with just 4 players in double figures.
Despite playing just 8 minutes in the 2nd half, Al Horford finished with a double-double of 12 points and 14 rebounds for the Hawks. Paul Millsap added 21 points, while Teague scored 11 in the 4th quarter, including 9 on free throws.
Atlanta outscored the Warriors by 21 on catch-and-shoot jump shots, including shooting 54.5 percent (12-of-22) from beyond the arc. The Hawks shot 50 percent in those situations, while Golden State finished just 25.9 percent.
Atlanta now leads the NBA with their 42-9 record, and will take that record on the road tonight to visit the Memphis Grizzlies. After a 106-92 win over the New York Knicks on Saturday, the Warriors now sit at 40-9. They will visit the Philadelphia 76ers tomorrow night.