Warriors claim worst record with loss to Hawks

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ATLANTA — If there was ever a time to do it, Monday’s matchup against the Golden State Warriors presented the Atlanta Hawks an excellent chance to snap a double-digit losing streak — and they didn’t miss their chance.

“It wasn’t pretty, but we’ll take it,” coach Lloyd Pierce said. “It feels a lot better coming in here than the last 10 games.”

Behind 24 points and 7 assists from Trae Young, the Hawks dominated the skeleton Warriors 104-79, picking up their first win since Nov. 12.

“It feels good, obviously, winning,” Young said. “I haven’t won in a long time, which is not a good feeling. So any time you get a win it feels good, so we’re all happy but obviously we’ve got a long way to go.”

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The Warriors, on the other hand, now sit alone with the worst record in the league at 4-18, having lost six of their past seven.

“I thought we were playing for ourselves out there, instead of playing for each other,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. “We were trying to dribble through traffic instead of moving the ball. Everybody was trying to

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