Kevin Huerter had a very impressive rookie year last season. He averaged 9.7 points per game but showcased his great skill set. He proved to be a knock down shooter, shooting 38.5% from deep, which led the entire rookie class last year. Huerter is also athletic enough to slash to
Trae Young is coming off of an incredible rookie season. He came in 2nd for Rookie of the Year after averaging 19.1 points, 8.1 assists, and 3.7 rebounds per game. Trae has worked on his game a lot this offseason. He constantly played in pick up games and played in
Bruno Fernando was selected by the Atlanta Hawks with the 34th overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft. Fernando was Maryland's bruiser at the power forward position. He is known for his great strength, physicality, and athleticism.
Bruno definitely has a future with the Atlanta Hawks. He fits very well into
De'Andre Hunter was selected by the Atlanta Hawks with the 4th overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft. Hunter led the Virginia Cavaliers to an NCAA Championship with his immaculate defensive ability.
Hunter will immediately take over the role of Taurean Prince for Atlanta. I expect De'Andre to start the majority
The Atlanta Hawks acquired Duke's sharpshooter, Cam Reddish, with the tenth pick in the 2019 NBA Draft. Hawks fans were elated to find out Reddish dropped to the tenth pick, when he was projected to be a potential top 5 player. Reddish's lone season at Duke didn't show the untapped
Atlanta's very own Trae Young and John Collins were invited to play in the Drew League in Los Angeles. Trae accepted the invite and showed up to play. Trae would play for the team BB4L. They matched up against Public Enemy, led by the Clippers' Montrez Harrell and the reigning
Atlanta moved up to the #4 pick in the draft in a trade with New Orleans. With that pick, the Hawks selected De'Andre Hunter, the 6'7" guard/forward out of Virginia. Hunter is most known for his outstanding defense.
Atlanta acquired their 10th overall pick in the draft night trade last year