Atlanta Hawks Team Page


Current Roster:

Starting Lineup:

C Clint Capela

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F De’Andre Hunter

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F Saddiq Bey

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G Dejounte Murray

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G Trae Young

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G-F Bogdan Bogdanović

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C Onyeka Okongwu

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G-F AJ Griffin

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F Jalen Johnson

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G-F Wesley Matthews


G Kobe Bufkin

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G Patty Mills

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G Garrison Mathews

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C Bruno Fernando

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G Trent Forrest (Two-Way)

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C Mouhamed Gueye

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G-F Seth Lundy (Two-Way)

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G-F Vit Krejci (Two-Way)

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Head Coach:

Quin Snyder

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Projected 2023-24 Finish:
Projected Regular Season Finish: 8th in the Eastern Conference
Expected Playoff Finish: Projected to lose in the 1st Round
2023-24 Preseason NBA Power Ranking: 18

Trae Young has been the best player on the Atlanta Hawks’ team for quite awhile now, and he is currently their franchise player.
(Photo: Todd Kirkland/Getty Images, via Bleacher Report)

NBA Draft History (2017-Present):

1st Rounders (2017-Present)
John Collins (19th overall, 2017 NBA Draft)
Trae Young (5th overall, 2018 NBA Draft)
Kevin Huerter (19th overall, 2018 NBA Draft)
Omari Spellman (30th overall, 2018 NBA Draft)
De’Andre Hunter (4th overall, 2019 NBA Draft)
Cam Reddish (10th overall, 2019 NBA Draft)
Onyeka Okongwu (6th overall, 2020 NBA Draft)
Jalen Johnson (20th overall, 2021 NBA Draft)
AJ Griffin (16th overall, 2022 NBA Draft)
Kobe Bufkin (15th overall, 2023 NBA Draft)

2nd Rounders (2017-Present)
Tyler Dorsey (41st overall, 2017 NBA Draft)
Alpha Kaba (60th overall, 2017 NBA Draft)
Bruno Fernando (34th overall, 2019 NBA Draft)
Skylar Mays (50th overall, 2020 NBA Draft)
Sharife Cooper (48th overall, 2021 NBA Draft)
Tyrese Martin (51st overall, 2022 NBA Draft)
Mouhamed Gueye (39th overall, 2023 NBA Draft)
Seth Lundy (46th overall, 2023 NBA Draft)

Best 1st Round Pick (2017-Present): Trae Young
Best 2nd Round Pick (2017-Present): Bruno Fernando
Biggest Draft Day Steal (2017-Present): John Collins
Notable Draft Busts (2017-Present): None

(Side Note: Some of the players listed in the first or second round draft picks section may not be listed with this team when they were drafted, as they were later traded to Atlanta. Also, for the biggest draft day steals from 2017 to the present, it was between Trae Young, John Collins, and Kevin Huerter, and a very strong case can be made for either one of them. As for notable draft busts, Cam Reddish came up in the conversation, but he’s shown flashes, had a very good playoff series against Milwaukee, so it was decided that he would not be listed there for now.)

Past Season Reviews:

2020 Atlanta Hawks (Team Grade: C)
2021 Atlanta Hawks (Team Grade: A)
2022 Atlanta Hawks (Team Grade: C-)

Past Season Previews:
2023 Atlanta Hawks (Prediction: Lose in 1st Round, Result: Lost in 1st Round)
2024 Atlanta Hawks (Prediction: Lose in 1st Round, Result: TBD)

Works Cited:

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Player ratings are subject to change as the season progresses. Thanks for reading.

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