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Hornets: Atlanta Hawks players to target in free agency

As a part of our series detailing which players the Charlotte Hornets should target in free agency, our attention shifts to the Atlanta Hawks. The Hawks finished with a 43-39 record, which earned them a 9th-place finish in the Eastern Conference. After beating Charlotte in the 9-10 play-in, Atlanta beat...
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2 Trade Packages To Send Karl-Anthony Towns to Atlanta Hawks

The Atlanta Hawks are heavily rumored to be in the market for a second star to pair with Trae Young this NBA offseason. Just don’t expect anyone to hand one to them. That includes the Minnesota Timberwolves and their star center Karl-Anthony Towns. The Wolves just made their second playoff appearance with the former number-one pick in their uniform.
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Atlanta Hawks G Sharife Cooper sounds off on rookie season, Trae Young

The Atlanta Hawks took a local product, Sharife Cooper, with the 48th-overall pick in the 2021 NBA Draft. Cooper had just finished a truncated collegiate career at Auburn where he averaged 20.2 points, 8.1 assists, and 4.3 rebounds in his lone season. What happened during his first NBA season, perhaps, even he did not see coming.

NBA Rumors: Atlanta Hawks Mentioned As A Potential Destination For Zach LaVine

As multiple reports have suggested, Zach LaVine's run in Chicago could come to an end this summer. After five seasons with the franchise, he is set to hit free agency soon and a return to the Bulls is no longer considered a guarantee. A prominent topic of conversation this week...

Atlanta Hawks team up to fight hunger in Georgia

One in eight Georgians don't know where their next meal will come from, and the Atlanta Hawks want to change that with the Million Meal Pack initiative. The Hawks need you to help put a dent in hunger with their special event in July.

2021-22 Atlanta Hawks player review: Jalen Johnson

Our 2021-22 Atlanta Hawks player review series concludes with a look at the rookie season of forward Jalen Johnson. When the Atlanta Hawks selected Jalen Johnson out of Duke with the No. 20 pick in the 2021 NBA Draft, it was a ‘best player available’ move with little if any foresight to his role with the team in 2021-22. With John Collins and Danilo Gallinari already in the fold at power forward, Johnson’s path to playing time on a team with deep postseason aspirations was murky from the moment he was drafted.

Kevon Looney is providing the template for Atlanta Hawks big man

The Golden State Warriors are a team built around their superstar core. They have the tremendous shooting of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson to go with the scoring prowess of Andrew Wiggins. Likewise the Atlanta Hawks have the backcourt pairing of Trae Young and Kevin Huerter as well as the shooting prowess of Bogdan Bogdanovic.

Proposed trade sees Atlanta Hawks land top-5 pick for core pieces

This offseason has been all about “what ifs” for the Atlanta Hawks. Especially after ownership echoed management’s lamentations over not making any significant adjustments to the roster after last season or at this season’s trade deadline. That has gotten the rumor mill fired up with the Hawks connected to some big fish.

Will the Bucks early exit see them chase this Atlanta Hawks bench player?

The Milwaukee Bucks made plenty of moves over the season in an effort to repeat as NBA champions. Due to their capitulation in the seventh game against the Boston Celtics, they went out in the second round. This means they will be scouting the league for improvements that they can make and the Atlanta Hawks have a player that they have already been interested in.

2021-22 Atlanta Hawks player review: Danilo Gallinari

Our 2021-22 Atlanta Hawks player review series continues with a look at the season of veteran forward Danilo Gallinari. If you quickly glanced at Danilo Gallinari’s stats over the past few seasons, you’d see a bit of a decline in the numbers. Gallinari posted his lowest PPG total (11.7) since his rookie season in 2021-22, but there’s a bit of context to that. It appeared to take the veteran a month or two to get into a rhythm this season.