Not that it would matter much if he did. The Hawks just keep winning.
"We always push each other to play hard," Horford said. "That's why I feel like this group is a little different when it comes to that."
Paul Millsap scored 20 points and Horford added 19 to help Eastern Conference-leading Atlanta to a 112-100 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Sunday night, extending the Hawks' franchise record with their 16th straight win.
Jeff Teague finished with 15 points and seven of Atlanta's 30 assists as the Hawks won for the 30th time in 32 games.
The range of Horford, as a 6-foot-10 center-forward, is hurting opponents all over the court. He's hitting long jumpers, occasional 3-pointers and scoring around the basket to cause matchup problems.
Horford missed just one of nine field-goal attempts and is shooting nearly 74 percent and averaging 18 points over his last seven games.
"I have a good rhythm right now and I'm taking open shots," Horford said. "My teammates are setting me up. It's easy."
The Hawks took their first double-digit lead on Mike Scott's three-point play at the 9:31 mark of the second quarter, and their biggest advantage was 18 on a 3 by Millsap late in the second.
Minnesota trimmed the lead to eight several times in the second half before pulling within six twice on Andrew Wiggins' turnaround jumper and Young's putback in the closing minutes.
Saunders said everything he had heard and seen regarding the Hawks turned out be legitimate.
"Until you are there and you play against it, you don't really understand," Saunders said. "It took us almost a half to understand how good they really were. They're the best combination offensive and defensive team we've played. The second half we went out, we competed. That's all I can ask."
Young was pleased to get to play as a swingman, thus getting more freedom on offense, when Saunders used a bigger front line.
"It gives me an opportunity to see the floor, being on the wing," Young said. "You can see the guys cutting and see the whole floor so it's easier to make plays."
Korver and Carroll combined for 27 points, nine rebounds and six assists.
Nikola Pekovic had 15 points and Wiggins added 12 for Minnesota.
Millsap went 8 for 12 from the field and finished with five rebounds, six assists, four steals and one turnover.
Timberwolves: They outrebounded the Hawks by eight, but still lost for the 12th straight time in Atlanta.
Hawks: Atlanta, which began the day with the East's best home record, improved to 20-3 at Philips Arena. ... The Hawks broke their previous franchise mark with their 15th straight win Friday over Oklahoma City.
STILL BANGED UP
Saunders said after the game that G Robbie Hummel broke his hand in the third quarter and will miss the next four to six weeks. .. The Timberwolves, who are still without G Ricky Rubio and C Shabazz Muhammad, had hoped that G Kevin Martin might be ready to return, but the 11th-year guard missed his 33rd straight game while recovering from a broken wrist. Martin has averaged 17.9 points over 629 career games. ... Rookie G Zach LaVine (elbow) scored two points in 7 minutes. ... G Anthony Bennett (knee) was only able to play 12 seconds.
Timberwolves: At Oklahoma City on Monday.
Hawks: Host Brooklyn on Wednesday.
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