ATLANTA — Point guards Jeff Teague and Dennis Schroder combined for 35 points, and the Atlanta Hawks defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 127-106 Wednesday to end a three-game losing streak.

Teague scored 18 points, 16 of them in the first half, and Schroder added 17 points and seven assists.

The Hawks (15-12) placed five players in double figures and surpassed their previous season high of 121 points.

The win came a day after what was described as a “very intense” practice by coach Mike Budenholzer. The Hawks shot the ball well, making a season-high 61.5 percent from the floor, and emerged from an offensive malaise that saw them score fewer than 100 points in four consecutive games.

The Hawks got a team-high 21 points from forward Paul Millsap, who shot 7-for-8 from the field, and 17 from center Al Horford. Forward Tiago Splitter came off the bench to score 10.

Philadelphia (1-26) lost its eighth straight game. The Sixers were led by guard Isaiah Canaan, who scored a season-high 24 points, 14 better than his average. Canaan made six 3-pointers, matching a season best.

Center Jahlil Okafor had 19 points and seven rebounds for Philadelphia, and guard Tony Wroten scored 12. Forward Richaun Holmes added 12 points and seven rebounds, and forward Robert Covington had 10 points and four rebounds.

The Hawks came out hot from the floor and took an early 11-2 lead. Atlanta wound up shooting 12-for-21 (57.1 percent) for the first quarter and led 32-23. Teague scored eight in the quarter.

Atlanta continued the pace in the second period, shooting 68.2 percent in the quarter, and led 63-40 with 2:46 left before cooling off.

Philadelphia, sparked by Canaan’s late outburst of 10 points, went on a 12-2 run and whittled Atlanta’s lead to 66-55 at halftime. It was the most points the Hawks scored in a first half this season.

The Sixers continued their surge in the third period and managed to draw to within 75-68. However, Millsap had 14 of his points in the quarter, helping Atlanta regain its footing and pull away again. The Hawks led 102-76 after three periods.

NOTES: Philadelphia increased the limitations on PG Kendall Marshall and Tony Wroten from 16 to 20 minutes per game. The two have spent most of the year recovering from ACL tears. Wroten returned Dec. 5 and Marshall came back Dec. 11. Marshall was in the lineup against Atlanta on Wednesday for his second start of the season. … Inactive for Atlanta were G Tim Hardaway Jr. and C Edy Tavares. Inactive for Philadelphia were C Joel Embliid (right foot injury) and forward Carl Landry (right wrist injury). Sixers C Nerlens Noel missed his second straight game with a left corneal abrasion. … Coming up: Atlanta plays again Friday at Boston. Philadelphia returns home Friday to face the Knicks.