The Miami Heat beat Atlanta Hawks 124-118 late Friday to secure a fourth straight win.
Tyler Herro finished with 24 points, while Jimmy Butler scored 23 in his return game following a three-match absence due to an ankle injury.
Omer Faruk Yurtseven played with 17 points and 11 rebounds, grabbing double-digit rebounds for the 13 consecutive game, equaling the second longest streak in franchise history.
Trae Young had 24 points and De’Andre Hunter scored 20 points for the Hawks, who recorded their fourth consecutive defeat.
Danilo Gallinari dropped 18 points, John Collins 16 and Kevin Huerter 15.
The Heat are going 27-15 and sit in the second, while the Hawks have a 17-24 win/loss record in the Eastern Conference.
Charlotte Hornets – Orlando Magic: 109-116
Detroit Pistons – Toronto Raptors: 103-87
Indiana Pacers – Phoenix Suns: 94-112
Philadelphia 76ers – Boston Celtics: 111-99
Chicago Bulls – Golden State Warriors: 96-138
Miami Heat – Atlanta Hawks: 124-118
San Antonio Spurs – Cleveland Cavaliers: 109-114
Memphis Grizzlies-Dallas Mavericks: 85-112
Sacramento Kings – Houston Rockets: 126-114
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