ATLANTA — Trae Young and Vince Carter each scored 21 points, John Collins added 14 points and 12 rebounds, and the Atlanta Hawks beat the Cavaliers 111-108 on Saturday night.

The Hawks, enjoying a rare run of success in their first season of rebuilding under new coach Lloyd Pierce, have won five out of six. At 11-24, the Hawks have the fourth-worst mark in the Eastern Conference, but they've done better recently compared to the Cavs, who dropped their sixth in a row.

Cedi Osman finished with 22 points, and Larry Nance Jr. and Collin Sexton each had 18 for the Cavs. The Cavs fell to 8-29, worst in the NBA.

The Cavs never led after Jaron Blossomgame's alley-oop dunk made it a three-point game midway through the third. They trailed by 12 late in the third, but Sexton's free throw tied it at 106-106 with 58 seconds remaining.

After Collins scored on a follow shot, Alec Burks made an errant inbound pass to Nance that Justin Anderson stole and handed to Young. Young missed a 3-pointer, but DeAndre' Bembry was fouled on a rebound and made a free throw to make it a three-point game.

The Cavs blew their last chance to score when Jordan Clarkson missed a 3 in the closing seconds.

Trailing by 10 in the last 2 minutes of the first, the Hawks tied it at 28-28 on Young's straightaway 3 and took its first lead on Alex Len's inside basket early in the second. Len took passes from Young and Kent Bazemore to score at the rim on consecutive possessions that put the Hawks ahead 47-41, and the lead jumped to 12 on 3s by Jeremy Lin and Kevin Huerter.

Early night

Bazemore limped off the floor with a right ankle sprain midway through the third and did not return. Working to get open, Bazemore drew a foul as he fell backward into Osman. He made 1-of-2 free throws before heading straight to the locker room and finished with five points and five rebounds in 20 minutes.

Tip-ins

Cavaliers: The lineup of Sexton, Burks, Blossomgame, Osman and Nance Jr. dropped to 0-2. It was the Cavs' 16th starting five. ... Guard Rodney Hood missed his fourth consecutive game with a left Achilles tendon soreness.

Hawks: Forward Taurean Prince, the team's third-leading scorer, missed his 11th game with a left ankle sprain. ... Young, Bazemore, Huerter, Len and Collins comprised the 10th lineup for Lloyd Pierce.