The Atlanta Hawks (28-34) clinched a crucial 112-101 win against the Cleveland Cavaliers (40-22), with Saddiq Bey and Bogdan Bogdanovic leading the charge.

Bey and Bogdanovic both contributed 23 points each, ensuring the Hawks maintained control despite a formidable challenge from the Cavaliers, a team that has just defeated the league-leading Boston Celtics.

Dejounte Murray contributed 18 points and 9 assists, while DeAndre Hunter added 17 points off the bench.

Jarrett Allen led the charge for Cleveland with 18 points and 19 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Atlanta. Isaac Okoro added 17 points.

The Hawks missed Trae Young and lost Jalen Johnson in the third quarter, while the Cavaliers were without Evan Mobley and Donovan Mitchell due to injuries.