ATLANTA (AP) The Atlanta Hawks have had so many injuries and illnesses that they may not know who will be on the floor until tipoff.
They can count on one thing when they're playing the Magic -- a win.
Ivan Johnson came off the bench to score a season-high 21 points and added 10 rebounds as Atlanta beat Orlando for the 10th straight time, 97-88 in Philips Arena, in a game between short-handed teams.
Even with their 27th different starting lineup, the Hawks (41-33) found a familiar result while sweeping their four-game season series with Orlando to move into fifth in the Eastern Conference, a half-game ahead of Chicago.
Devin Harris, who missed the three previous games with a sore foot, scored 13 of his 17 points in the fourth quarter as Atlanta gradually created breathing room.
The burly, soft-spoken Johnson scored10 points in each half beginning with a thunderous dunk late in the first quarter.
"It was fun tonight. I got a lot of work in," he said after playing a season-high...