Monday night's NBA playoffs slate featured a chance for two teams to even their series at 2-2. While the Milwaukee Bucks failed to do so with the Toronto Raptors, the Atlanta Hawks won their game 4 over the Washington Wizards. Atlanta was able to get a balanced performance from a number of their players including double-digit scoring from all five starters. The end result was the home team grabbing a 111-101 win to send things back to D.C. all tied up. Here's a look at how the Hawks vs. Wizards game played out.

How the Hawks won

In their latest win by Atlanta, the Hawks received 11 points from Taurean Prince, 15 from Tim Hardaway Jr., and 16 from Dwight Howard.

The big man in the middle also snatched 15 boards. Dennis Schroder scored 18 points, while Paul Millsap led all players with 19 points. He also had nine boards, seven assists and two steals in the effort. Coming off the bench, Kent Bazemore added 16 points, seven assists, and grabbed four rebounds. The Hawks shot 44.4 percent for the game and nailed 38.7 percent of their threes.

The losing side saw John Wall and Bradley Beal combine for 54 points. Beal led all scorers with 32, while Wall had 22 points, 10 assists, and five rebounds. Marcin Gortat didn't score much, hitting just one field goal all night, but he did snatch a game-high 18 rebounds. However, the Wizards shot 42 percent and were outscored by a whopping 31-15 in the second quarter.

Despite a 27-18 third, they were outscored again in the final quarter by 10, giving Atlanta a 2-2 series.

Millsap started off the game slow, but seemed to eventually find his groove. Dwight Howard has seemed to have lackluster performances in the first three matchups of this series. However, he also bounced back with a double-double in the latest meeting, which he achieved by halftime.

For the Wizards, Bradley Beal was also said to have bounced back in tonight's game to lead the scoring effort, but unfortunately, it was on the losing end of things.

When do they play again?

After the latest result, this has now become a best-of-three series. Next up, the Atlanta Hawks will face the Washington Wizards at the Verizon Center for Game 5.

This meeting is scheduled for Wednesday night, with the time and telecast channel still to be determined. Game 6 will take place on Friday night in Atlanta, with that game's time and channel also to be determined. If there is a Game 7, that would take place on Sunday with the Wizards hosting it in Washington, D.C. at the Verizon Center.