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Heat use 22-0 late run to top Hawks, 135-121 in OT

Kendrick Nunn led the Heat with 36 points, one off the team's rookie record.

ATLANTA — Miami scored 22 straight points down the stretch to beat Atlanta 135-121 in overtime. The Heat scored the first 16 points of the extra session. 

Duncan Robinson tied a Heat record with 10 3-pointers. Bam Adebayo and Jimmy Butler each had triple-doubles. 

Kendrick Nunn led the Heat with 36 points, one off the team's rookie record. 

It was Atlanta guard Vince Carter's 1,500th game. But the Hawks wasted a six-point lead in the last minute of regulation. De'Andre Hunter led the Hawks with 28 points. 

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