Jordan Crawford couldn’t be stopped on Tuesday night. Thankfully for the Atlanta Hawks, he ran out of gas. Crawford, the speedy guard for the Washington Wizards, torched Atlanta for a triple double that included 27 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists, but his final shot in overtime was an air ball and the Hawks were able to eek out a win, 100-95. It was the second career trip-dub for Crawford and he became the sixth player in franchise history to register a triple-double against the Hawks. He joined Si Green (1964 against the St. Louis Hawks), Gus Johnson (1969), Wes Unseld (1970), Darrell Walker (1991) and Gilbert Arenas (2004). Only Crawford and Unseld did it in losses, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.