CLEVELAND (AP) -- Joe Johnson scored 28 points and the short-handed Atlanta Hawks rolled to a 103-87 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday.
Atlanta had only 10 players available, but took an early lead that it never relinquished.
The Hawks built a 19-point lead midway through the third quarter and answered Cleveland's only run late in the period to win going away.
Alonzo Gee matched a career high with 20 points to lead Cleveland, which has lost three straight. Rookie Kyrie Irving scored 19 points and had 10 assists for his first career double-double.
Atlanta extended its winning streak over Cleveland to six games. Jeff Teague added 18 points for the Hawks and Kirk Hinrich scored 14.
Atlanta shot 55 percent in the first quarter with Johnson scoring 13 points. The Hawks continued their hot shooting in the second quarter, hitting 13 of 21 shots, to build a 59-45 halftime lead.
Cleveland, playing its first game since trading guard Ramon Sessions to the Los Angeles Lakers on T...