With all of the build up leading to this year's NBA draft, I decided to put together my list of the best rookie seasons the Hawks franchise has ever seen. The Hawks have drafted many legends and hopefully, future legends.
#10 Josh Smith
Josh Smith was selected by Atlanta in the 1st
In the Summer of 2017, the Atlanta Hawks signed, center, Dewayne Dedmon to a two year, $14 million deal. That deal has now come to an end, but Atlanta has shown interest in resigning the 7'0" big man according to Shams Charania with The Athletic. If he was retained, it
Blake Griffin has just announced a trade request from the Detroit Pistons. The rumors have him landing on either the Oklahoma City Thunder or the Atlanta Hawks. The most common scenario for the Hawks have us sending Kent Bazemore, our number 8 pick, and our number 10 pick for this
Let me just start off by saying that Kent Bazemore is one of the more important guys on this Hawks team. He has sacrificed a lot to stay in Atlanta and truly wants to be here and be a part of the bright future ahead. His veteran presence in the
Dewayne Dedmon came into his 8th season, and his 2nd with the Hawks, as a serviceable player. After coming of an average 2017-2018 season with the Hawks Dedmon exercised his player option and chose to come back another year. He knew he would be a free agent next year and
Atlanta Hawks fans will have their eyes tuned into Lubbock, Texas on Thursday as a potential draft target for Travis Schlenk will announce his 2019-20 basketball future.
Jarrett Culver is a player that Hawks fans fell in love with throughout the Red Raiders March Madness run and it was easy to
When the Hawks selected Kevin Huerter with the 19th pick in this past year's draft, many Hawks got an idea of what Travis Schlenk was trying to do, build another Steph-Klay type back-court. After year one, the future for this back-court looks extremely bright.
Kevin Huerter had a terrific rookie season