Josh Smith wouldn't let the Hawks fall behind early – or late.

Smith keyed decisive Hawks' runs in the first and fourth quarters en route to a 93-84 victory over the Raptors in Monday's Martin Luther King Jr. Day matinee at Philips Arena.

Smith scored a game-high 28 points, two off his season-high, in the win. He scored 10 points during a 12-2 Hawks' first-quarter run, in which they turned a six-point deficit into a 15-11 lead. They would never trail after his dunk during the run. Smith also scored the Hawks' first six points of the fourth quarter after the Raptors had pulled within two points at 73-71.