But Atlanta answered with five straight to regain the lead. The Warriors got a defensive stop with 3.2 seconds to play trailing 100-98.

Golden State called a timeout, and Iguodala inbounded to Curry. He was draped and tossed back to Iguodala, who calmly knocked down the 3 to win it.

The Warriors actually started the game hot and hit seven of their first eight shots, with Klay Thompson doing most of the damage. He hit his first four, including three 3-pointers. Even after both teams hit a lull, Golden State had a seven-point lead.

But the Warriors iced up and made only three of their next 17 shots and finished the first quarter shooting 40 percent. They still held a 24-21 lead.

Golden State stuck with its reserve lineup for the first 3½ minutes of the second quarter and fell behind 31-28. The starters returned and turn it into a four-point lead for the Warriors, but the Hawks tied it up at 46 by halftime.

The third quarter wasn't pretty, as Atlanta, which wasn't playing particularly well itself, pushed the lead to 72-64. The Warriors missed all four 3-point attempts in the quarter as they remained ice cold from the outside.

David Lee led the Warriors with 23 points. Curry finished with 22 points, nine assists and eight rebounds, and Thompson finished with 21 points.

-#8212; Andrew Bogut started despite a strained right calf that kept him out of the final 19 minutes of Thursday's win over the Heat. His status was uncertain before the game, but after going through pregame stretching and warm-ups, he was deemed fit to play. Bogut still has yet to miss a game because of injury this season, and his 34 games played are his most since 2010-11.

-#8212; ESPN.com reported Friday that the Warriors ownership group is interested in operating a WNBA franchise. The Los Angeles Sparks announced Thursday that they have ceased operations and laid off all of its front-office employees, and the Warriors are interested in the possibility of taking over the franchise.