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Atlanta Hawks Official Trade Ideas Thread Part 3

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Re: Atlanta Hawks Official Trade Ideas Thread Part 3 

Post#1201 » by Years80HAWKS » Fri Oct 15, 2021 2:42 pm

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Years80HAWKS wrote:A good player as he is, something different to anyone seen previously, I do not think he fits with us.
In my opinion, Collins is more the type of player we need.

Idk man. I think you risk overthinking it a bit. Trae and Zion with spacing would break the league.


You were right on this one.
My concern would be that they would ask for every player we have and even the arena.
Zion is untradable right now.
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Re: Atlanta Hawks Official Trade Ideas Thread Part 3 

Post#1202 » by King Ken » Wed Oct 27, 2021 3:20 pm

I don't see any trades right now. There could be a possibility of a trade with Bogi during the draft but even that's a reach. This team is in a great place.
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Re: Atlanta Hawks Official Trade Ideas Thread Part 3 

Post#1203 » by hawks_fan25 » Mon Nov 8, 2021 1:04 pm

I'm looking for a consolidation trade to happen before the calendar year ends. I think we could land Jaylen Brown or Bradley Beal for a reasonable price. Boston needs some kind of restart and maybe adding a couple of young, talented players might be what they need. I really want to see JJ start to get some run, too. Hopefully, a consolidation trade would help with that. I'd also check in on Harrison Barnes for a modest package. The Kings aren't really going to compete this year and they might like a young wing or two to pair with Fox.
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Re: Atlanta Hawks Official Trade Ideas Thread Part 3 

Post#1204 » by jayu70 » Mon Nov 8, 2021 1:30 pm

hawks_fan25 wrote:I'm looking for a consolidation trade to happen before the calendar year ends. I think we could land Jaylen Brown or Bradley Beal for a reasonable price. Boston needs some kind of restart and maybe adding a couple of young, talented players might be what they need. I really want to see JJ start to get some run, too. Hopefully, a consolidation trade would help with that. I'd also check in on Harrison Barnes for a modest package. The Kings aren't really going to compete this year and they might like a young wing or two to pair with Fox.

What do you consider 'reasonable price'? I don't think the cost is going to be reasonable.
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Re: Atlanta Hawks Official Trade Ideas Thread Part 3 

Post#1205 » by Years80HAWKS » Wed Nov 10, 2021 3:42 pm

hawks_fan25 wrote:I'm looking for a consolidation trade to happen before the calendar year ends. I think we could land Jaylen Brown or Bradley Beal for a reasonable price. Boston needs some kind of restart and maybe adding a couple of young, talented players might be what they need. I really want to see JJ start to get some run, too. Hopefully, a consolidation trade would help with that. I'd also check in on Harrison Barnes for a modest package. The Kings aren't really going to compete this year and they might like a young wing or two to pair with Fox.


I do not think we have a problem with the roster, but more with the use and roles.

What I see is as causes for the bad moment of the team is:

- difficult calendar, as some games have been b2bs and already two trips to the West, if I am not wrong.
- Young with an excessive role in offense. I believe we even play better (which does not imply more efficiently) without him.
- some players already with physical problems and missed games.
- Gallinari is really out of shape, which is normal, and is not giving enough on offense to compensate for his lack of deffense, rebounding, etc.
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Re: Atlanta Hawks Official Trade Ideas Thread Part 3 

Post#1206 » by CP War Hawks » Thu Nov 11, 2021 11:39 am

jayu70 wrote:
hawks_fan25 wrote:I'm looking for a consolidation trade to happen before the calendar year ends. I think we could land Jaylen Brown or Bradley Beal for a reasonable price. Boston needs some kind of restart and maybe adding a couple of young, talented players might be what they need. I really want to see JJ start to get some run, too. Hopefully, a consolidation trade would help with that. I'd also check in on Harrison Barnes for a modest package. The Kings aren't really going to compete this year and they might like a young wing or two to pair with Fox.

What do you consider 'reasonable price'? I don't think the cost is going to be reasonable.


Players that teams deem non tradeable and folks are asking for discounts. Wiz on Beal: avg 30-5-5 we want the moon and stars. avg career lows, but winning, we still need the moon and stars. Smaller trades that fill needs are more logical.
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Re: Atlanta Hawks Official Trade Ideas Thread Part 3 

Post#1207 » by Jamaaliver » Sat Nov 13, 2021 6:29 pm

Trade Target Each NBA Team Should Be Thinking About

Atlanta Hawks: David Nwaba

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The Hawks are better than their 4-8 start suggests. Last season's run to the Eastern Conference Finals with largely the same personnel makes that pretty obvious.

However, while patience could cure a lot of this club's early ills, the same may not be true of its 27th-ranked defense. That's worse than expected, but it's not like this was some defensive juggernaut last season (18th).

Atlanta must improve its point-of-attack defense and stop giving opponents free passes to penetrate. If that's still an issue in mid-January when David Nwaba becomes trade-eligible, he'd be worth a phone call to the Houston Rockets. He doesn't fit their timeline at all, and his hustle and relentless on-ball defense could help him carve out a niche in Atlanta
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Re: Atlanta Hawks Official Trade Ideas Thread Part 3 

Post#1208 » by Skybox » Sun Nov 14, 2021 2:57 pm

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NBA Trades That Need to Happen Before Training Camp

Bulls, Hawks Swap Prospects

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Chicago Bulls receive: Cam Reddish

Atlanta Hawks receive: Coby White

The Hawks may not have enough minutes on the wing to properly develop Cam Reddish. The Bulls may lack the backcourt chances and touches to bring Coby White along.

Could these two Eastern Conference clubs come together for a win-win swap?

It seems possible. Atlanta has long tried to solve its non-Trae Young minutes, and White could represent the most interesting solution to date. Right now, the Hawks either have to sacrifice scoring and volume shooting with Delon Wright or size with 6'1", 180-pound rookie Sharife Cooper.

White might give Atlanta the best of both worlds as a 6'5", 195-pounder who can hunt for his own shots, create them for others or spot up off the ball. If the Hawks hit big on his development, he could become someone who can both spell Young and suit up alongside him.


As for Chicago, this roster is screaming for reinforcements at small forward. Patrick Williams' long-term home seems to be power forward, which might explain why Lauri Markkanen no longer resides in the Windy City. Troy Brown Jr. hasn't proved he can consistently contribute at this level. Stanley Johnson is still most notable for being a top-10 pick six years ago.

In other words, the Bulls can clear the runway for the Reddish like the wing-heavy Hawks cannot. His name surfaced in trade rumors near the draft, and Chicago would be wise to pounce. He has struggled with injuries and inconsistency so far, but you can see the outline of a three-and-D wing who also helps with shot-creation.
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I like the concept for ATL, I just don't think Coby White is that good. Sub in Cole Anthony from ORL, who is delivering. For ORL, as well as Cole is playing, Fultz will be back soon, and I think Cole is just too good to be 3rd guard on a bad team and RJ Hampton could fill that role just fine. Basically, I have ORL betting on Fultz and Suggs not making them look foolish for letting Cole go (long term) and Reddish blossoming in ORL, along with that backcourt, Franz Wagner and however our young bigs shake out.
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Re: Atlanta Hawks Official Trade Ideas Thread Part 3 

Post#1209 » by Years80HAWKS » Sun Nov 14, 2021 8:57 pm

If we trade Reddish now that he is playing well, we would be stupid. He has improved a lot this summer and he is healthy.

But let's imagine we trade Reddish. What happens when Hunter, Bogdanovic or Huerter get injured...? That we have just two wings and Solomon Hill, who is an average player. Nothing against him: he is always available and accountable form what the team needs, but he does not offer the same than the other four.

If we trade one of our four wings, I would get somebody who can play PG and can play with Trae, so we do not lose a wing just for a backup who is going to play 12-15 minutes.

To get Corey White we just can trade other players.
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Re: Atlanta Hawks Official Trade Ideas Thread Part 3 

Post#1210 » by Jamaaliver » Wed Nov 24, 2021 6:22 pm

Every NBA Team's 2021 Trade Deadline Target List

Atlanta Hawks

Targets: David Nwaba, Garrett Temple, Trey Burke

If the Hawks hope to match—or exceed—last season's success, they need to address a defensive shortage that existed even before De'Andre Hunter was lost for multiple months to right wrist surgery. Plucking David Nwaba away from the rebuilding Houston Rockets is one option to address it.

Another would be freeing Garrett Temple from the mess down in New Orleans. The fact he can run offense in a pinch and provides some perimeter shooting might up his appeal.

While Trey Burke wouldn't bulk up the defense, he could help prevent the offense from completely collapsing when Trae Young takes a breather. Offseason import Delon Wright has been a non-factor on offense, 35-year-old Lou Williams might finally be showing his age and rookie Sharife Cooper doesn't seem ready for a rotation role just yet.
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