The draft lottery didn't go exactly how most Hawks fans wanted. They, along with all of the other teams in the lottery, were hoping to get the number 1 pick so they can draft Zion Williamson. The majority of the teams were disappointed as only one team could win the
Taurean Prince came into his third season in the NBA with much to prove. Although he is growing with this team, many fans wanted to see him make an even bigger jump this season. Injuries and trade rumors filled Taurean's season, but he showed resilience and proved to be one
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
When the Hawks signed Alex Len to a 2 year 8.5 million contract to start the 2018-2019 season most thought he would just be a fill in player to help the big man rotation. However, nobody expected him to have a career high in points, 3 point percentage and made
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
Vince Carter came into his 21st season in the NBA as the oldest player in the league at 42. Most people were surprised he chose to sign with the Hawks and not a championship team like other fading stars,but who could pass up a chance to play with all this