The Atlanta Hawks secured the seventh seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs with a 116-105 win over the Miami Heat in a play-in tournament game.
Trae Young led the way for the Hawks with 25 points, while Clint Capela dominated the boards with 21 rebounds and Dejounte Murray contributed 18 points to the winning effort.
The Heat was unable to overcome the Hawks' 63-39 advantage on the boards, including 22-6 on the offensive glass.
The Hawks will face the Boston Celtics in the first round of the playoffs, starting on Saturday.
Heat will host either the Toronto Raptors or the Chicago Bulls on Friday in a game that will decide the No. 8 seed and a spot against top overall seed Milwaukee in Round 1.
The Hawks improved their all-time record to 3-0 in play-in tournament games, which is the best mark in the league.
Every Heat rally in the second half was answered by the Hawks, who were able to hold off several runs by the Heat.
The win for the Hawks came after they suffered a five-game Round 1 loss to the Heat in last season's playoffs, making it a significant victory.