Stephen Curry had 16 points and 12 assists,
The Hawks (53-15), looking fatigued and trailing big by the fourth quarter, were denied again a chance to clinch their first division title since the 1993-94 season as Washington won at Utah.
Paul Millsap and DeMarre Carroll each scored 16 points and Carroll had 12 boards for cold-shooting Atlanta (53-15), which had won 10 of 12 and three in a row but shot 35.6 percent from the floor.
The Warriors certainly look ready for a long postseason run, showing off snazzy passing and unselfish play while winning their third straight and 10th in 12 games, in front of a rocking sellout crowd of 19,596 at Oracle Arena.
Two days after Golden State clinched a playoff berth for the third consecutive season, the Warriors scored 44 baskets on 39 assists. It was the 25th time this season Golden State had 30 or more assists.
Both teams played short-handed. The Warriors were without All-Star guard Klay Thompson, who sprained his right ankle Monday against the Lakers and will be re-evaluated in seven to 10 days.
Justin Holiday started in Thompson's place, something Kerr said Holiday earned after a career-best, 23-point performance at Denver last Friday night.
Hawks star Kyle Korver is likely out at least another game after breaking his nose in a win against the Lakers on Sunday. Former Warrior and Laker Kent Bazemore moved into Atlanta's starting lineup.
at Oklahoma City 122, Boston 118:
at Cleveland 117, Brooklyn 92:
at Miami 108, Portland 104:
at Philadelphia 94, Detroit 83:
San Antonio 114, at Milwaukee 103:
Washington 88, at Utah 84:
at Chicago 103, Indiana 86: Rookie Nikola Mirotic scored 20 of his 25 points in the second half, Mike Dunleavy added 21 points and Pau Gasol had 19 points and 12 rebounds for the Bulls.
at Toronto 105, Minnesota 100: