NBA scores: Hawks drop two over weekend

Jeff Gross

The Atlanta Hawks fell to 2-3 on the season this weekend, after losing to the Miami Heat and Los Angeles Clippers.

The Atlanta Hawks had a weekend to forget, as the Hawks dropped two contests -- one on Friday against the Miami Heat, and one on Sunday, losing to the Los Angeles Clippers.

Atlanta fell to division leading Miami on Friday, 95-89. Chris Bosh led all scorers in the game, with 24 points, while LeBron James led the game with 11 rebounds.

Atlanta had an opportunity to come away with a .500 record this weekend, but lost to the Clippers on Sunday, 89-76. Blake Griffin's 16 points led all scorers, as the Hawks were unable to muster much offense. Josh Smith led the Hawks with 13 points, while Al Horford and Louis Williams added 11 each.

Now at 2-3, the Hawks will look to get over the .500 mark this week, as Atlanta is set to take on Portland, Golden State and Sacramento on a three-game road trip this week, before returning home next week.

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