ATLANTA -- Vladimir Radmanovic and Jannero Pargo, scoreless through three quarters, played unlikely lead roles to give the Hawks a comeback win. Quinton Patton 49ers Jersey . Radmanovic made the go-ahead 3-pointer with 11.9 seconds remaining and Atlanta rallied in the fourth quarter to beat the Milwaukee Bucks 99-94 on Friday night. Pargo scored 11 points and Radmanovic added nine -- all on 3-pointers -- in the final period. The Hawks, playing without leading scoring Joe Johnson, leaned on their reserves, including veterans Tracy McGrady and Jerry Stackhouse, for the comeback. McGrady had nine points, all in the final 12 minutes, and 11 rebounds. It was an important win for the short-handed Hawks, who had lost six of eight, including a disappointing home loss to Golden State on Wednesday night. The Hawks bench, which provided 32 of the teams 34 points in the fourth quarter, helped end the skid. "It was just beautiful to see that," said Josh Smith, who had 24 points and 19 rebounds but sat out most of the fourth quarter with the other starters. Smith came off the bench for the final three minutes and had a key block on a shot by Drew Gooden after Radmanovics go-ahead 3-pointer over Ersan Ilyasova. "I was just happy to get in the mix of things," Smith said. The Bucks, led by Brandon Jennings 34 points, were ahead by 15 in the third quarter. Atlanta pulled ahead with a 15-3 run to open the final period. McGrady, Pargo and Radmanovic hit 3-pointers in the run that gave Atlanta its first lead since the second quarter. Hawks coach Larry Drew said the reserves "did just a phenomenal job." "The energy was unbelievable, and I was going to ride those guys to the very end, because they were the guys who were playing with the energy," Drew said. Gooden, who had 24 points and 10 rebounds, hit two free throws with 1:16 remaining for a 92-92 tie. Smith answered with a jam before Ilyasova scored on a tip-in for a 94-94 tie. Radmanovic took a pass from McGrady and hit the go-ahead 3. "It was a tough shot," Bucks coach Scott Skiles said. "Thats his shot." Jennings wasnt as generous in his review of the shot by Radmanovic, a 3-point specialist. "He hit a big shot," Jennings said. "I think its a lucky shot. We both played really well and he just hit a lucky shot." Radmanovic said he gained confidence for his biggest shot by making two 3-pointers earlier in the period. "I made a couple shots before that and felt pretty good," Radmanovic said. "I saw (Ilyasova) just turn his back on me for just a second and I found my spot to shoot." Stackhouse made two free throws to add to the lead. Gooden said it was just the latest in a series of disappointments for the Bucks. "Its just frustrating," Gooden said. "Its been the tale of the season. We come in playing as hard as we can, were coming up short. "Its tough. A tough night for us. The ball will fall our way eventually." The Bucks, led by Jennings, closed the first half with a 13-2 run to lead 51-39 at the break. Jennings started the run with back-to-back 3-pointers. After stealing a pass from Smith, Jennings then added a running layup to cap his personal 8-0 run. The Hawks had 17 turnovers in the half. Atlanta outscored Milwaukee 34-18 in the final period. "We just couldnt make the big play," Skiles said. "And they did. They made the big shots and were able to stop us enough and cause us to miss shots in the fourth quarter. The Hawks were without Johnson and backup shooting guard Willie Green. Each will miss at least two games. Kirk Hinrich made his second start, joining Jeff Teague in Atlantas backcourt. After missing two games and the All-Star game because of tendinitis in his left knee, Johnson returned to lead Atlanta with 18 points in Wednesday nights 85-82 loss to Golden State. Johnsons knee was stiff after playing more than 37 minutes. Drew said he wants to make sure Johnsons knee is stronger before he returns. Green left Wednesday nights game with lower back spasms. The Hawks, already missing centres Al Horford (torn left pectoral muscle) and Jason Collins (sprained left elbow), struggled early in the game without Johnson. Hinrich had five turnovers in the first half. Notes: Bucks G-F Mike Dunleavy missed the game. He returned to Milwaukee to be with his wife, who gave birth to a boy. ... The Hawks are 10-0 when Smith scores 20 or more points. ... The Hawks 17 turnovers in the first half were a season high. They had only six turnovers in the second half. ... Beno Udrih had 12 points for Milwaukee. Roger Craig 49ers Jersey .Y. -- Dwane Casey admitted hed been concerned about his young Raptors team who had zero experience playing in close-out games -- what awaited them with the vastly-experienced Brooklyn Nets, and how theyd react. Y.A. Tittle 49ers Jersey . -- Billy Donovan cautioned his Florida Gators before the game not to assume Casey Prather would instantly return to form after a two-game layoff.(SportsNetwork.com) - The surging Vancouver Canucks will shoot for a fourth consecutive win when they welcome the Washington Capitals for Mondays battle at Rogers Arena. The Canucks won three straight games to complete a seven-game road trip with a stout 5-1-1 record. The swing improved Vancouvers road record this season to 6-2-1, but the Canucks will play their next three tilts on home ice, where they are 2-2-0 so far. All three wins on Vancouvers current streak came after regulation and the club notched a 3-2 overtime win Friday in St. Louis to complete its successful trip. Ryan Kesler scored his second goal with 14.7 seconds left in overtime to beat the Blues. Vancouvers Daniel Sedin drew a hooking penalty on Patrik Berglund with 34 seconds remaining in the extra session. Sedin then sent a fluttering puck from the slot towards Jaroslav Halak, but Kesler, who was planted on the doorstep, knocked down the shot and beat the Blues goaltender on the backhand from the crease. "Danny (Sedin) took a shot and it kind of went up in the air and I kind of knocked it down and knocked it in," Kesler said. "We needed that. Our power play won us the game tonight." Vancouver went 1-for-3 on the man advantage against the Blues, but the club is only clicking at 11.8 percent on the power play this season. Chris Higgins scored the other goal for Vancouver, whhile Eddie Lack made 22 saves in his third NHL start. NaVorro Bowman 49ers Jersey. Vancouver will return to No. 1 goaltender Roberto Luongo in net on Monday. He is 18-10-0 with three ties and a 2.30 goals against average in 33 career games against the Capitals. The Canucks welcome winger Alex Burrows back into their lineup this evening. Burrows has not played since injuring his foot while blocking a shot in the season opener in San Jose. The Capitals had a three-game winning streak halted Saturday in Calgary and fell to 2-1-0 on a five-game road trip that is set to end Friday in Philadelphia. Washington was handed a 5-2 setback by the Flames, as Mike Cammalleri scored two goals and added an assist to lead Calgary in the rout. Jason Chimera and Aaron Volpatti scored one goal apiece for the Capitals. Braden Holtby allowed three goals on 14 shots before being pulled in the first period and Michael Neuvirth gave up two goals on 19 shots the rest of the way. Holtby was saddled with the loss "We have to come out, especially on the road, better. There is no excuse, we just have to come out better," Volpatti said. The Capitals have not fared well against the Canucks in recent seasons, losing three straight and eight of the past nine encounters between the clubs. Vancouver also has claimed four in a row and six of the last nine meetings at Rogers Arena. ' ' '