Atlanta Hawks Nab 8th & 10th Pick – What’s Next | Atlanta Hawks

“As I’ve said all along, it opens a lot of doors for us. With five picks, we can package to try to move up. If there’s a team excited about (one of our picks), we can move back and maybe pick up a different asset. It gives us a lot of different options.” 📰 READ:

Atlanta Hawks Nab 8th & 10th Pick – What’s Next | Atlanta Hawks

Author: Kevin L. Chouinard (@KLChouinard)


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  1. Yes and Absolutely, however if you’re not drafting top 3 you’re just wishing.

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  2. Trade the #8 and #10 w/Baze for AD

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  3. Make sure we blow every one of those picks like we have for the past 30 years.

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  4. As much as last night stinks, this draft shines light on a bigger problem with the nba, how can a team have 2 top 10 picks and we are so mad because we won’t get to draft a game changer. The college game is not doing a good job of developing players. To have a draft with only 1-5 good players is a travesty .

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  5. I trust mr schlenk to get it right

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  6. We’ll be fine. It’s less than ideal, but here are some notable players drafted between 8-10:

    Dirk Nowirzki, Paul George, Shawn Marion, Kemba Walker, Amare Stoudemire, Tracy McGrady, Paul Pierce, Charles Oakley, Andre Iguodala, Joakim Noah, DeMar Derozen, Andre Drummond, Gordon Hayward, C.J. McCollum, Rudy Gay, Brook Lopez, Joe Johnson, Jason Terry, Horace Grant, Jamal Crawford.

    Not to mention guys like Kobe Bryant, Donovan Mitchell, Klay Thompson, Kawhi Leonard, Robert Horry, Reggie Miller, Devin Booker, etc. who were drafted outside the top 10.

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  7. Could package 8, 10 and Prince if they want to move up. Otherwise….trading off one or both of those picks for unprotected 1st rounders next year would be wise especially having Baze and Plumlee coming off the books. With the new draft lottery rules I’m not parting with any top 10 pick for a protected pick.

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  8. I hate the lottery, based on the Hawks and Mavs records, we should pick 5th and 6th.

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