Hawks tie the series with back-to-back commanding home displays.
The Atlanta Hawks are right back in their series with the Indiana Pacers after sealing a 102-91 win at the Phillips Arena on Monday night.
Victory ensures the two teams prepare for Game 5 on Wednesday all square at 2-2, and the Hawks will be in confident mood having put on another impressive offensive performance.
Josh Smith finished with a career playoff-high 29 points and 11 rebounds, while Kyle Korver came off the bench and delivered from beyond the arc to add 19 points.
Al Horford was also instrumental in the win, posting up 18 points, but the Hawks sealed the game in style thanks to their efficiency from three-point range, knocking down 10 in total.
As for the Pacers, they were led by Paul George who had 21 points and 12 rebounds, and despite all starters ending the game in double scorning figures, they were not efficient enough for Indiana to avoid a 13th straight defeat in Atlanta.
Coach Frank Vogel will now need to rally his troops and instil some confidence, as the series returns to Indiana for Game 5.