The team typically dialed in from long distance attacked the paint. The team with a reputation for forgoing 3-pointers fired at will. The change ultimately worked better for the Hawks than the Wizards.
Bradley Beal is not only limiting Kyle Korver to a few baskets per game, but filling up the stat sheet on the other end of the floor, too.
Paul Pierce had a better look in Game 4 than he did when he made the winner in Game 3, but that wasn't what ended up costing the Wizards on Monday night.
Jeff Teague had struggled against the Wizards for the first three games of the series. All that changed Monday at Verizon.
Even without John Wall in the lineup, Washington kept it close and had an opportunity to tie it late. But they came up short. More here from CSN's J. Michael in D.C.