That pretty much sums up how the Raptor’s night went.
This was supposed to be a meeting of the two top teams in the East but Atlanta went on a 14-5 run in the first quarter to get a little separation and just kept separating — the Hawks led by as many as 26 as the cruised to a 110-89 win.
Horford had 22 points to lead the Hawks, who shot 60 percent as a team in this one. Dunks help that percentage, although it really speaks to Toronto’s defense. And how far Atlanta really is ahead of everyone in the East.