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Wizards grab Game 1 in Atlanta

Washington rallied in the fourth quarter to grab Game 1 in Atlanta and the home-court advantage in their second-round series.

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FINAL: Wizards 104, Hawks 98

With a second-half surge, the Wizards came back to beat the Hawks and take Game 1 of the conference semis. Bradley Beal led all scorers with 28 points.

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Watch: Grizzlies at Warriors, 3:30 p.m. ET

The Warriors haven't lost at home since Jan. 27. Golden State will be fueled behind Steph Curry and Klay Thompson, who've combined for 102 more 3-pointers than the whole Grizzlies team in the regular season. Live on ABC, WatchESPN

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Kevin Pelton @kpelton

The Hawks keep trying to do too much on offense in late-game situations. You'd think they were the team that won all blowouts, not Warriors.

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Combination of conditioning, lingering adjustments to medication and comfort level with protective mask lead to Conley holding off return.

Beal gives Wizards the lead with a 3

Before he left the game with an ankle injury, Wizards G Bradley Beal drilled this 3-pointer in the fourth quarter to give the Wizards the lead. Washington still holds the lead with less than 2 minutes to play.

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Beal's return is questionable

Lisa Salters on Bradley Beal injury: "He is in the locker room being treated for what we believe is a sprained right ankle. His return is questionable." Watch live

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DEVELOPING: Bradley Beal heads to locker room for further examination after getting tangled with Al Horford.

Wizards-Hawks close in the 4th

The Wizards are taking care of the ball today with just 5 turnovers, and only 1 in the second half. They averaged 14.5 per game against Toronto, and the Hawks forced an average of 14.3 against Brooklyn. Watch Live

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Wall there for the finish

The Wizards' Nene Hilario gets stripped by Paul Millsap in the lane, but John Wall is there to clean it up.

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Kevin Pelton @kpelton

Drew Gooden isn't going to play the end of the game, so what does it matter if he's in foul trouble?