-- After fighting back from a 17-point second quarter deficit to take the lead in the second half, the Hawks' four-game win streak came to an end at Milwaukee on Tuesday, 108-101.
-- The Hawks committed 10 turnovers in the first quarter (leading to 14 Bucks points), and trailed 31-23 after one ... The deficit was 9 at the half (55-46) after Atlanta closed on a 7-2 run ... Atlanta caught fire in the third, scoring 33 points on 12-17 FGs and 9 assists ... The Hawks led by one entering the fourth, but they couldn't slow down Monta Ellis, who scored 17 in the final period to close it out for the Bucks.
-- Josh Smith filled up the boxscore for the Hawks with 30 points and 18 rebounds, while Ivan Johnson was tremendous off the bench with a career-high 17 points (including 7-7 FGs) ... Jeff Teague added 15, while Joe Johnson and Marvin Williams put in 11 each, with Kirk Hinrich scoring 10 ... Ellis finished with a game-high 33 for the Bucks.
-- With his 14th point tonight, Smith surpassed Zelmo Beaty to move into 9th place on the Hawks career scoring list.
-- The Hawks return to Philips Arena to host Chicago tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. (SportSouth HD, 680 The Fan/93.7 FM).