Bogdan Bogdanovic agreed to move to Atlanta, after the Hawks offered him a four-year, $72M contract. The Sacramento Kings did not match Atlanta’s offer, and the Hawks added another shot creator to the squad.
Bogdanovic recently spoke regarding his preference to stay with the Kings or head to Atlanta instead, via The Athletic‘s Chris Kirschner.
The Hawks added a huge number of veterans this season to surround their young core including Danilo Gallinari, Rajon Rondo and Solomom Hill.
They also signed one of the best perimeter defenders of the NBA, the former Bulls’ guard Kris Dunn alongside Bogdan Bogdanovic.
With their new acquisitions, the Hawks are looking to finally overcome the hump after a string of disappointing seasons. The Hawks are finally seem to be ready to make the next step with Trae Young as their leader.