ATLANTA - Jason Kidd had 10 points, 14 assists and 13 rebounds for his ninth triple-double of the season, and the New Jersey Nets opened the fourth quarter on a 15-0 run to rally past the Atlanta Hawks 113-107 on Saturday night.
It was the second triple-double in two games for Kidd. New Jersey's fifth straight win moved the Nets (17-16) above .500 for the first time since November.
Atlanta, which led 79-76 entering the final quarter, suffered its fourth straight loss. The Hawks (15-16) led after each of the first three quarters but could not hold off the Nets' balanced attack late.
The Nets led 91-79 before Al Horford scored the Hawks' first basket of the final quarter.
Atlanta made a late charge. Following a basket by Josh Smith, the Hawks pulled to 105-103 on Anthony Johnson's drive with 1:06 left.
Vince Carter answered with a long jumper for New Jersey. Smith missed for Atlanta, and Josh Boone's jam with 20 seconds left just beat the shot clock while pushing the Nets' lead back to six points.
Carter's 29 points led six New Jersey scorers in double figures. Richard Jefferson had 21, Boone had 17 with 12 rebounds and Bostjan Nachbar hit four 3-pointers on his way to 16. Sean Williams added 15.
Smith led Atlanta with 34 points. Marvin Williams added 18 points and eight rebounds. Josh Childress had 16 and Anthony Johnson added 14 with 10 assists.
Joe Johnson was held to nine points on 4 of 16 shooting, the second straight single figure scoring game for the Hawks' leading scorer. Johnson, who had eight points on 3 of 11 shooting in Friday night's loss at Indiana, fouled out with 4:24 left.
Nachbar made three 3-pointers in the first 5 minutes of the second period, and Marcus Williams added another 3 before Carter nailed a fallaway jumper for the Nets' first 2-pointer of the period.