In a performance that shifted the momentum of the series, the Atlanta Hawks upended the Indiana Pacers, 102-91, in Game 4 to tie the series 2-2.
Josh Smith's 29 points and 11 rebounds spearheaded the Hawks' attack, as he imposed his will in the paint and on the perimeter. He was supported by a hot-shooting night from Kyle Korver, who connected on five triples and notched 19 points.
Indiana made a third-quarter run that kept them within striking distance for most of the contest, but Paul George's playmaking wasn't enough to mount a comeback
It's a whole new series as the competition heads back to Indianapolis for Game 5.