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That sent them into a tailspin that threatened their bid to even make the playoffs. Now, they seem back on track. "Were not going to make any excuses," Millsap said. "Weve just got to push forward and try to win some games." Coming off a victory the previous night at Charlotte, the Hawks overcame an early 13-point deficit in a game that went back and forth in the final quarter. Millsap missed a chance to win it at the end of regulation, but Teague knocked down four free throws in the closing seconds to clinch it for Atlanta. DeMar DeRozan led the Raptors with 29 points, but he had two crucial turnovers in the last minute of regulation, getting called for an offensive foul and slipping on another drive, losing the ball out of bounds. "A lot of things didnt go our way," DeRozan said, "but we shouldnt have put ourselves in that situation to start with." The Hawks went ahead for good when Millsap found DeMarre Carroll all alone under the basket for a layup, which put Atlanta up 111-109 with 2:37 remaining and gave Millsap his 10th assist. Toronto went more than 3 1-2 minutes without scoring in the overtime, allowing the Hawks to hang on when most of their shots werent falling, either. "Weve got to learn from it," DeRozan said. Kyle Korver added 16 points for Atlanta. DeRozan had a double-double, pulling down 10 rebounds, while Kyle Lowry chipped in with 20 points. The Hawks got off to a miserable start, making just 6 of 24 shots in the opening period and trailing 22-9. But the Raptors failed to take advantage of the poor shooting, and the Hawks bench got the home team back in the game. Shelvin Mack knocked down a buzzer-beating 3-pointer at the end of the first quarter, cutting the Raptors lead to 26-17. Then, Atlanta started the next period with a quick 8-0 run -- and, just like that, it was a ballgame again. Cartier Martin swished a par of treys, sandwiched around Mike Scotts driving layup. The game was tied 49-all at halftime. Neither team could break away in the third, the margin never more than four points, and there were 10 lead changes in the final period. NOTES: Teague previously scored 34 points at Cleveland on Dec. 26. ... Toronto C Jonas Valanciunas left the game with a lower back sprain and didnt return. ... The Hawks lost rookie G Dennis Schroder, who sprained his left ankle while hustling back on defence in the fourth quarter. ... Carroll took an elbow near his left eye and had to be taken back to the locker room to get four stiches. He finished the game with a bandage over his wound. ... Atlanta C Pero Antic and Lowry picked up double-technicals in the third quarter for jawing at each other after a play that left Antic sprawled on the court. The big man tried to draw a charging foul on Terrence Ross, and both players went down in front of the Hawks bench. 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Among the most outspoken was Denver defensive tackle Terrance "Pot Roast" Knighton. He unleashed a series of tweets saying, among other things, that Rice should be kicked out of the league and thrown in jail. He also criticized NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell for initially suspending Rice for just two games. "It just came from the heart, really," Knighton explained later in the locker room. "Whether I was a football player or not, I spoke my mind. A lot of guys dont speak their mind just because theyre worried about the consequences and what people think. But Im one of those guys that regardless of what it is, Im going to speak my mind. "I felt strongly about the situation and domestic violence overall. So I just spoke on it. I gave my opinion. I think the league handled it the right way." Denver teammate Bubba Caldwell said Knightons tweets made him watch the video, "and once I saw it, I was 100 per cent behind him. I would never want anybody to put their hands on my mother or sister. I believe the punishment is what it should be." Caldwell acknowledged that players are loathe to criticize one another, but "sometimes youve got to step up, not just as a football player, and voice your opinion. And if you really feel strongly about something, I dont think the uniform you wear or the team you play for should determine if you speak out or not." Knighton is the oldest of four boys, "and Im a role model for them also. So, I dont think thats acceptable in any workplace, any job you have, anywhere you live, wherever you are, what colour you are, how much money you make. That shouldnt be accepted anywhere." He said if one of his teammates were involved in domestic violence, "I wouldnt be friends with the guy or talk to the guy." Knighton said he didnt speak out about Rices initial two-game suspension because he didnt know all the details. "Originally, you just see him carrying her so you dont know what happened," Knighton said. "... But now that the video is out, I think the league handled it the right way. Like I said, theres no place in the world for domestic violence." When Knighton was voted a defensive captain by his peers last week, he said part of being a leader was "speaking your mind. When things are uncomfortable and things aare wanted to be said, you man up and say those things. Authentic Shane Ray Jersey. quot; When he saw the TMZ video of Rices hit, Knighton took to Twitter, saying "this video "makes me sick to my stomach" and adding, "That man should be thrown out the nfl and thrown into jail. Shame on those deciding his punishment. Smh." Heres a sampling of other reactions across the NFL: -- Steelers cornerback William Gay: "Were talking about a life, I dont care about a sport when it comes down to domestic violence. This is real. Someone can lose their life to it. "So Im not concerned about the sport. Im concerned about what happens in the world, what happens in real life. " Gays mother, Carolyn, was shot and killed by Gays stepfather in Tallahassee, Florida, when Gay was 7 years old. He volunteers at the Womens Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh and is an advocate for domestic violence victims. "We need to do everything we can to help Ray Rice because we dont need to run away from him and say hes evil." -- Bills coach Doug Marrone, who supports Vera House, which assists victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse: "Am I happy the NFL has taken a harder stance? ... I mean, there is no excuse for abuse. I really believe that." -- Cleveland Browns coach Mike Pettine, who called the video "deeply disturbing, especially as a father that has two daughters": "Theres just no place for that behaviour in our society." -- Titans tackle Michael Oher, former teammate of Rices in Baltimore whose locker was next to the running back: "If my daughter was to get hit like that from another man, Id have a serious problem with it. So I wish him the best, but its no place for that. I dont care if youre a football player, a professional athlete or anything, a regular man or anything, theres no place for that -- striking a woman." -- Judy Harris Kluger, a former New York City judge and now executive director of Sanctuary for Families, a leading service provider and advocate for survivors of domestic violence and related forms of gender violence: "The video of Ray Rice punching his fiancee in the elevator is a graphic illustration of what goes on behind closed doors every day in this country. In my years as a prosecutor and judge, I never saw such explicit videotape evidence of domestic violence. Today, by acting quickly and decisively, and in suspending Ray Rice and terminating his contract, the NFL and the Baltimore Ravens sent a powerful message that domestic violence will not be tolerated. 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