The Hawks needed an 8-0 run – with the points coming from former Jazz players Kyle Korver and DeMarre Carroll – to pull out a 112-110 victory Monday night. Fellow ex-Jazz Paul Millsap added 23 points in his return to EnergySolutions Arena.

It was a victory – but it sure didn’t come easily. The Hawks lost a 17-point first half lead before a rally in the final three minutes.
The Hawks (27-35, 10-24 road) snapped a six-game losing streak and won for only the second time in the past 16 games. It was their sixth straight win over the lowly Jazz.

The Hawks finished 1-4 on their western road trip.

Korver finished with a game-high 26 points, including three 3-pointers. Millsap also had eight rebounds in his first game in Utah after season seasons. Carroll chipped in with 11 points.

The Hawks also got 14 points from Jeff Teague and 12 points from Pero Antic. Elton Brand had eight points, three blocks and a key steal.

Korver and Carroll hit back-to-back 3-pointers to turn a 96-93 deficit into a 99-96 lead and the Hawks never trailed again.
The Jazz (22-42, 14-17 home) have lost six of their past seven games. Trey Burke had 23 points and former Hawk Marvin Williams had 18 points.