ATLANTA, GA (WHBL) - With bench players scoring 32 points, Atlanta outscored the Bucks 34-18 in the fourth quarter to rally from far behind to a 99-94 victory. The Hawks were playing without leading scorer Joe Johnson, but veterans like Tracy McGrady and Jerry Stackhouse came off the best to lead the rally. The short-handed Atlanta team had lost six of eight coming into the home contest. Josh Smith was the only starter to score in the final period, but he finished with 24 points and 19 rebounds. Brandon Jennings led Milwaukee with 34 points and Dwight Gooden added 24 to go with 10 rebounds.
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