The NBA Draft is next week, and many people still don’t know he teams will pick. The Atlanta Hawks are one of those teams that is looking at all the prospects they can before the draft. They’ve looked at players at all different positions as well. At No. 3, the Hawks could go with any position and still come out good. Point guard may be a possible choice for them. Trae Young is the guard everyone is talking about and there may be a chance the Hawks could seriously consider him with the third pick. The real question is if that be would be the best idea for the organization.

The workout

Trae Young had his pre-draft workout with the Hawks on Tuesday. He went through plenty of drills, and also some with the new head coach Lloyd Peirce. Young stated that he talked to Steve Nash, as he’s trying to pick his brain on some things. Nash was a great point guard in his era, so Young talking to him is a great idea. You shouldn’t buy into workouts and who certain teams bring in to look at. If you do, you should look into this one. Just the fact the Hawks brought in a top guard prospect should leave people wondering if they might go with Young.

The Schroder problem

Dennis Schroder is still a problem for the Hawks. After his comments on his future, the Hawks have a decision to make. Should they stay with Schroder or should they move on to another guard for the future? If they do decide to keep Dennis, Trae Young at No. 3 may be a long shot. Keeping Young on the bench may help or hurt him, but ultimately you want a prospect like him starting day one. If the Hawks decide to move away from him, Young will definitely be considered, and I don’t think it would be a bad idea.

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Mediocrity and heartbreak. That’s what your life consists of being an Atlanta sports fan, and I’ve lived it for years now. The Atlanta Hawks have been labeled as mediocre for 10 years straight. Even when they were one of the best teams in 2015, they were swept by the Cavaliers in the Conference Finals. The Falcons are nothing different. Mediocre enough to get to the playoffs, and then vulnerable enough to break your hearts at the end. I know you watched the Super Bowl. So as an Atlanta fan you’re either going to get one or the other. It’s sad to say, but I’m numb to it. One day we’ll break this curse, the question is when?
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Content Creator at Armchair Hawks The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
Mediocrity and heartbreak. That’s what your life consists of being an Atlanta sports fan, and I’ve lived it for years now. The Atlanta Hawks have been labeled as mediocre for 10 years straight. Even when they were one of the best teams in 2015, they were swept by the Cavaliers in the Conference Finals. The Falcons are nothing different. Mediocre enough to get to the playoffs, and then vulnerable enough to break your hearts at the end. I know you watched the Super Bowl. So as an Atlanta fan you’re either going to get one or the other. It’s sad to say, but I’m numb to it. One day we’ll break this curse, the question is when?

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