The Atlanta Hawks are not intimidated by the top-seeded Indiana Pacers and are on the verge of taking a commanding lead in the best-of-seven Eastern Conference series. The Hawks will try to grab a 3-1 advantage when they host the Pacers in Game 4 on Saturday. Indiana appeared to straighten itself out in Game 2 and made some changes to the lineup that helped against Atlanta's spread offense, but it still could not stop point guard Jeff Teague.Teague scored 11 of his 22 points in the final five minutes as the Hawks turned a close game into a relative blowout with a 98-85 Game 3 triumph. The Pacers left Roy Hibbert and his continued slump on the bench in the fourth quarter in favor of Luis Scola's more diverse offensive game but off-nights from Paul George and George Hill doomed the Indiana offense. David West came up with 16 points for Indiana in Game 3 and is not worried about being down in the series. "We came down (to Atlanta) to get one game, and that's what we're intending to do," West told reporters.TV: 2 p.m. ET, TNT, SportSouth (Atlanta)ABOUT THE PACERS: Hibbert went into a funk just as the team was struggling in the last month of the regular season and has carried it over to the playoffs, going 7-of-25 from the floor in the three games. The All-Star played only 19 minutes in Game 3 and has watched his rebound numbers shrink from eight to four to two in the three games. "We've all tried to talk to him and keep him confident," West told reporters of Hibbert. "It's hurting him. He wants to help us and he wants to play well. He's hard on himself. We've got to figure out a way to get him involved. He's got to figure out a way to get himself involved." Scola and Ian Mahinmi (two points and five rebounds in 20 minutes) both got more time than Hibbert in Game 3.ABOUT THE HAWKS: Teague is becoming a star in the series and took over down the stretch in Game 3 just like he did in the decisive third quarter of Game 1. The point guard appeared to step out of bounds on one key play down the stretch but the referees missed the call and he ended up hitting a deep 3-pointer over Scola as the shot clock was winding down to provide a dagger. The Hawks are averaging 11 made 3-pointers in the series and set a franchise playoff record by attempting 34 in Game 3 (connecting on 12). The wide-open style saw Atlanta go to an even smaller lineup than usual at times, with Paul Millsap or Elton Brand taking over at center when Pero Antic was out of the game.BUZZER BEATERS1. Hibbert, who ranked fourth in the league in blocks with an average of 2.25 in the regular season, has yet to swat away a shot in the series.2. Teague, who finished with 22 points and 10 assists in Game 2, is the first Atlanta player to reach 20 and 10 in a postseason game since Spud Webb in 1986.3. Hill went 1-for-11 from the field in Game 3 and is 0-of-7 from 3-point range in the series.PREDICTION: Hawks 92, Pacers 84