As reported by NBA.com, the Atlanta Hawks have defeated the Memphis Grizzlies on Monday at their McCamish Pavilion in Atlanta. The home squad was able to defend their team in their home court.

Dennis Schroder of the Hawks led the team with a game-high score of 21 points. On the other hand, it was James Ennis III who led the opponent with only 14 points, seven-points less than the achievement of Dennis.

Memphis lost by a score 88-100

The Atlanta Hawks were in control in the first quarter of the game. In the first 12 minutes, they outscored the Memphis Grizzlies at 23-16, and at halftime, they held a 51-41 lead.

In the third quarter, the Grizzlies managed to cut that lead (62-69) to seven points, but the Hawks were able to outscore them again in the last quarter at 31-26.

In the end, the Memphis Grizzlies lost for the second time in Monday's game against the Hawks.

Dennis Schroder and James Ennis III

Dennis Schroder led the way for the Atlanta Hawks with 21 points, two steals, four assists, and five rebounds in Monday's game. Malcolm Delaney finished with 15 points and two defensive rebounds. Taurean Prince, on the other hand, added 12 points, five rebounds, two assists and three steals for the Hawks.

For the Memphis, it was James Ennis III who led them in scoring with 14 points off the bench. He shot 75 percent from the field goal, making 6-of-8 attempts. He was the only player in the Grizzlies to score double-digit points but no records on rebound, assist, steal or block is registered on his stat line as a result of Monday's game.

The Rockets won for the third time

The Houston Rockets won for the third time while the New York Knicks lost a game for the fourth time on Monday.

As the Rockets and the Knicks went off the benches to play a good game, they're also determined to win. While the Rockets lead the 1st quarter of the game at 35-21, the Knicks recover and outscored them in the second quarter by 32-20. The Rockets finished the halftime with an only two-point lead, 56-54.

In the third quarter, the Rockets outscored the Knicks again (32-20) and finished the game with easy win, 117-95

James Harden and Tim Hardaway, Jr.'s lead

James Harden impressed the crowd when he scored 36 points in 37 minutes of play time. He dropped double-double scoring for the Rockets as he added 11 assists in his 36-points score.

Clint Capela was able to contribute 19 points, one steal, and nine rebounds while Eric Gordon made 18 points, one rebound, one assist, and one steal. Trevor Ariza, on the other hand, added 14 points for the Rockets, shooting 50 percent from the field and three-point line.

For the Knicks, Tim Hardaway, Jr. was there to lead them in scoring points. He scored 21 points in 29 minutes of game time while shooting at a percentage of 47 from the field goal and 40 percent from the three-point line.

He also added three steals, one assist, and three defensive rebounds. Ener Kanter scored 14 points while Damyean Dotson and Michael Beasley scored the same 17 points for the Knicks.

The New York Knicks had already lost to the Brooklyn Nets and the Golden State Warriors in games last week.