Atlanta Hawks: Projected 2020-21 Depth Chart

by December 22, 2020
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Trae Young of the Atlanta Hawks

After one of the most impressive offseasons of any NBA team, the Atlanta Hawks are here to push for the playoffs. With an excellent young core now paired with a handful of veterans, the Hawks are officially in win-now mode.

We broke down the Hawks’ depth chart for the 2020-21 season below. We’ve also previously published a summary of the Hawks’ offseason.

Point Guard
Trae Young
Rajon Rondo
Kris Dunn
Brandon Goodwin
Shooting Guard
Bogdan Bogdanovic
Kevin Huerter
Small Forward
De’Andre Hunter
Cam Reddish
Tony Snell
Power Forward
John Collins
Danilo Gallinari
Solomon Hill
Center
Clint Capela
Onyeka Okongwu
Bruno Fernando

Biggest Questions

  • Was it too early to make the switch into win-now mode? The Hawks were starting to build one of the best young cores in basketball. With the addition of the new veterans, will that temper their development?
  • Can Danilo Gallinari and Rajon Rondo stay healthy? Both of these guys have had their history of injuries. If the Hawks can stay healthy overall, they should have a good shot at a playoff berth.

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