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ATLANTA - Jeff Teague and the Atlanta Hawks continue to use their newly discovered mastery of the Western Conference as their path to the top of the East.Jeff Teague scored 25 points and the Atlanta Hawks beat the Memphis Grizzlies 96-86 on Wednesday night.The Hawks, who have won six straight overall, have a nine-game winning streak against Western Conference teams. Atlanta (27-8) has won 20 of 22 and has the best record in the Eastern Conference.It shows that were a good team, said Atlantas Al Horford, who had 12 points.The Hawks were coming off three straight road wins over Utah, Portland and the Clippers. They continued the run against Memphis (25-10), which began the night third in the Western Conference.Honestly, its just happened that we played all those teams, Horford said. At the end of the day, for us its about wins.Teague has scored 20 or more points in each of Atlantas six straight wins — his longest streak of 20-point games in his career.In any sport thats what you want, to be really consistent every day, Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer said. Thats what we keep pushing Jeff on. I think hes made a lot of progress.Hes gifted offensively and hes making some good things happen for himself and for his team.Teague helped the Hawks take control with a 10-0 run following an 84-all tie. Horford started the run with a jumper. Teague and Kyle Korver followed with 3-pointers and Teague added another basket for a 94-84 lead.We were able to find a way the last three or four minutes to get one more burst, Budenholzer said.Mike Conley led Memphis with 17 points. Marc Gasol had 16, but the Grizzlies hit a wall in the closing minutes.It was a matter of not getting stops and not executing, Gasol said. We couldnt make plays. We couldnt execute. And that was it. You cant defend, you cant execute, its hard to win.Grizzlies coach David Joerger tried different lineup combinations as he sought to find an answer for Teague and Korver, who had 14 points.We have to get another playmaker on the floor, Joerger said. We have to. Were going to have to start playing multiple point guards.Joerger said the Hawks really jammed up Conley.Each team began the night with its best start in franchise history. This is the latest in the season the Hawks have led the Eastern Conference since the 1993-94 season.The Hawks, with 6-foot-10 Horford at centre, are accustomed to size disadvantages, and 7-footers Gasol and Kosta Koufos gave the Grizzlies a dramatic edge. Memphis had only a 39-37 edge in rebounds.TIP-INSGrizzlies: Gasol was effective with short fallaway shots over Horford. He used his soft touch from a different angle early in the third quarter when he made a shot from behind the corner of the backboard. Fans reacted with gasps. .. Tayshaun Prince had 12 points off the bench. ... Conley had a team-high nine rebounds and six assists.Hawks: Antic, who had 13 points, set a season high with three 3-pointers. ... Korver made four 3-pointers. .. F Elton Brand was not with the team due to a death in his family.DOWN BUT NOT OUTHawks guard DeMarre Carroll was knocked to the floor in the third quarter. Play was stopped as he staggered off the court and was escorted to locker room with a right eye contusion.He returned to the bench holding an ice bag over his eye. He was back in the game late in the quarter and had five points.TAKING NOTICEAttendance was 17,126. Horford said it felt like a playoff atmosphere when the fans reacted to Korvers late 3-pointer. The Hawks had three straight turnouts over 19,000 to finish their last homestand.UP NEXTGrizzlies: At New Orleans on Friday.Hawks: At Detroit on Friday. 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After deputy commissioner Bill Daly said the league would consider pulling out of Sochi if something "significant" happens before players arrive, those set to participate are trying not to worry about that scenario.ATLANTA -- Another strong outing from Julio Teheran. Another clutch hit by Evan Gattis. It added up to another win for the Atlanta Braves. Gattis hit a two-run homer in the 10th inning after Teheran threw seven strong innings, leading the Braves past the Miami Marlins 4-2 on Monday night. Dan Uggla led off with a single up the middle off Arquimedes Caminero (0-1). Gattis followed with a shot into the left-field seats for his fifth homer of the season -- and first career walkoff homer, though he had numerous big hits his rookie year. "It feels good," Gattis said. "It feels different when you hit one and know the game is over." Coming off his first career complete game, Teheran turned in another stellar performance by Atlantas rotation, allowing only one run and five hits before he was lifted for a pinch-hitter. He actually lowered the cumulative ERA for Atlantas starters, already the best in the majors, from 1.54 to 1.52. "Were just trying to keep our team in the game," Teheran said. "Were doing a great job." Andrelton Simmons also homered for the Braves, and Jason Heyward put Atlanta up 2-1 with a seventh-inning single off Mike Dunn -- only Heywards second hit in 19 at-bats off a left-hander. Craig Kimbrel failed to hold the lead, a second straight shaky outing for the closer who was yanked in his previous appearance when he couldnt get three outs in a non-save situation against the Mets. This time, Gattis contributed to the troubles -- called for catcher interference when a swing ticked his glove -- before pinch-hitter Derek Dietrich lined one off the wall in left-centre for a game-tying double. But, with runners at second and third and no outs, Kimbrel struck out the side to keep the game 2-2. "I didnt do my job, but we came back to win the game," he said. "If we lose the game, it hurts a lot more." Anthony Varvaro (1-0) worked a scoreless inning for the win, first-place Atlantas eighthh in the last 10 games.dddddddddddd Garrett Jones homered leading off the second for Miamis first run, just the ninth homer surrendered by the Braves. Miami should have scored two runs on Deitrichs double, but pinch-runner Reed Johnson went back to tag at second base on a drive the Braves had no chance of catching. That caused Adeiny Hechevarria, running all the way from first, to slow up so he didnt pass Johnson. Hechevarria was held at third and never got any farther. "I feel terrible," Johnson said. "Thats the game right there." Miami also squandered a chance in the eighth after Uggla botched a potential inning-ending double play. Second-base umpire Marvin Hudson initially called the runner out, ruling that Uggla caught the ball but dropped it attempting to make the relay throw to first. Marlins manager Mike Redmond challenged. After a delay of nearly 5 minutes, the call finally came down from the replay centre: all runners safe. The video showed Uggla making the catch, but losing control as he grabbed the ball with his right hand -- before he actually went into his throwing motion. That left Miami with the bases loaded and only one out. But Walden fanned Casey McGehee on a called third strike and got Jones on a grounder to Uggla, who stumbled a bit just beyond the infield dirt but made the inning-ending play. NOTES: Braves LHP Mike Minor is getting close to rejoining the Braves rotation. After going six innings for Triple-A Gwinnett over the weekend, hell throw a side session before Tuesdays game against the Marlins. If all goes well, Minor would likely make his first major league start on Saturday against Cincinnati. ... Florida C Jarrod Saltalamacchia was back at Turner Field for the first time since he was traded by the Braves in 2007 in a much-debated deal that brought Mark Teixeira to Atlanta. Saltalamacchia expected to be a little emotional when he stepped on the field. "This is where it started with me," he said. ' ' '

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