TORONTO -- Mookie Blaylock had a triple-double and Tyrone Corbin led a devastating 3-point attack with 20 points Tuesday night as the Atlanta Hawks beat the Toronto Raptors 117-105.
The Hawks hit 13 of 27 from 3-point range to hand the Raptors their seventh defeat in its past eight games.
Leading by just one at the half, the Hawks took control in the third quarter, keyed by four 3-pointers from Corbin that led a 15-5 run and built a margin the Raptors could not close.
Atlanta's Christian Laettner got hot in the fourth quarter, scoring 10 of his 18 points. Blaylock finished with 11 rebounds, 12 assists and 10 points, while Steve Smith had 21 points.
Doug Christie paced Toronto with 30 points.
Neither team could buy a basket in the first three minutes, shooting a combined 0-for-11 before Henderson finally opened the scoring. With Henderson's six points and strong rebounding leading the way, Atlanta built an 18-5 lead halfway through the first period.
The Raptors then outscored Atlanta 29-13 over the next eight minutes, going into the dressing room at halftime trailing just 47-46.