John Collins scored 22 points, Danilo Gallinari had 20, including a 3-pointer that helped Atlanta extend its lead in the fourth quarter, and the Hawks beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 100-82 on Sunday night for their fifth consecutive win under interim coach Nate McMillan.

The Hawks led only 69-66 before opening the final quarter with 12 consecutive points to stretch the advantage to 15 points. Gallinari’s 3-pointer during the run gave Atlanta its first double-digits lead at 77-66.

Collin Sexton had 15 points for the Cavaliers, who have a three-game losing streak. Darius Garland added 11 points.

Cavaliers forward Kevin Love, making only his second start after missing 33 games with a right calf strain, played only two minutes and didn’t attempt a shot. The Cavaliers reported Love “didn’t feel right” and didn’t want to risk a setback.

“When a guy leaves that early in the game, it’s always concerning,” Cavaliers coach B.J. Bickerstaff said.

Love played 10 minutes and scored four points in his return, a 116-82 loss at New Orleans on Friday night.

Forward Larry Nance Jr., who also returned against New Orleans after missing 12 games with a left hand injury, had four points in 26 minutes.