ATLANTA - Flip Murray scored 14 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter to help the Atlanta Hawks beat the Golden State Warriors 115-99 on Friday night.
The Warriors fell to 3-13 on the road with their fifth straight loss overall, but they held slim leads at halftime and after three quarters. The Hawks pulled away with a 13-2 run early in the fourth quarter.
Marvin Williams led Atlanta with 22 points. Joe Johnson added 19.
The Hawks led only 90-88 before their run. Two free throws by Josh Smith capped the run and gave the Hawks a 103-90 lead.
Atlanta trailed 81-79 after three quarters but outscored Golden State 36-18 in the final period. A drive by Murray gave Atlanta its first lead of the final period at 83-82 and the Hawks kept the lead the rest of the game.
Missing injured top scorers Corey Maggette and Stephen Jackson, the Warriors were led by Marco Belinelli's career-high 27 points. Brandan Wright added a career-high 19 points but Jamal Crawford scored only six points on 3-for-15 shooting from the field.
Belinelli, a second-year guard, scored a career-high 21 points at Indiana on Wednesday and almost matched the total in the first half. Belinelli scored 12 of the Warriors' 21 first-quarter points and had 20 points in the first half.
Atlanta led 31-21 on 65.2 percent shooting in the first quarter and matched the big lead at 43-33 with six minutes left in the half. Golden State took the lead with a 17-2 run.
The Warriors led 54-52 at halftime and 81-79 after three quarters.
Andris Biedrins had 14 points and a 15 rebounds for Golden State.
Notes: Jackson was not in uniform after aggravating a left hand injury in Friday's shootaround. Maggette missed his seventh straight game with a strained right hamstring. ... Rookie Robert Kurz made his second start for Jackson but did not score in 13 minutes.