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The future of Atlanta Hawks is one of the most hopeful in the NBA. Get now your caps in Top Hats.

Move to Atlanta

In 1968 the Hawks moved to Atlanta and until 1972 they did not have their own pavilion and shared with the Atlanta Flames, the Omni Coliseum, suitable for 16500 spectators. The Hawks were led by the talented Pete Maravich and ...

The future of Atlanta Hawks is one of the most hopeful in the NBA. Get now your caps in Top Hats.

Move to Atlanta

In 1968 the Hawks moved to Atlanta and until 1972 they did not have their own pavilion and shared with the Atlanta Flames, the Omni Coliseum, suitable for 16500 spectators. The Hawks were led by the talented Pete Maravich and Lou Hudson, although they barely achieved outstanding facts.

The era of Dominique Wilkins (1982-1994)

Dominique Wilkins was the main star of the Hawks for years and at the moment is the biggest star in the history of the Atlanta Hawks. It was acquired by the Utah Jazz in the 1982 NBA draft, but transferred to the Hawks by John Drew and Freeman Williams, one of the most unfortunate transfers in NBA history, as Drew and Freeman would only play four seasons between Both in Utah. Led by Wilkins and with media players like Spud Webb, the Hawks became one of the dominant teams in the NBA. In the 1986-87 season they got their franchise record with a 57-25, but they never reached the NBA Finals. After seasons mired in mediocrity, in 1993 they hired coach Lenny Wilkens, and in 1994 the Hawks transferred to Wilkins.

The era of Jo-Jo (2005-2012)

Joe Johnson was the Hawks franchise player until 2012 with Josh Smith as his squire. In the summer of 2005, the Hawks acquired Joe Johnson from Phoenix Suns for Boris Diaw and a first draft round, and signed Georgian Zaza Pachulia. Alongside this, Al Horford was uncovered as one of the best rookies in the NBA. In February 2008, the Hawks signed base Mike Bibby, which finally raised hopes that the team could do something remarkable. The Hawks qualified for the playoffs but were eliminated by Boston Celtics, the champions in the end. 2008-09 saw the Hawks reach the Conference Semifinals for the first time since 1999, being eliminated in them by Cleveland Cavaliers. In 2009-10, the Hawks improved their performance and watched as Horford and Jo-Jo were summoned to the All-Star. In the playoffs they beat the first round again but were eliminated in the semifinals by Orlando Magic. The 2010-11 was a step back for the team of the eagles, with 44 wins, in addition to the departure of Mike Bibby to the Washington Wizards by Kirk Hinrich. In the playoffs they beat the first round against the Magic but lost to the Chicago Bulls in the semifinals.

After the 2011 lockout, the Hawks signed a large number of free agents: Tracy McGrady, Jerry Stackhouse, Jason Collins, Vladimir Radmanović, Jannero Pargo and Willie Green. The Hawks finished that season third in the Eastern Conference, but were eliminated in the first playoff round by the Boston Celtics.

The staff renewal (2012)

In June 2012, the Hawks confirm Danny Ferry as their general manager, and a few days later, who was the Hawks franchise player Joe Johnson, leaves for the newly created Brooklyn Nets, although at least they got Kyle Korver as free agent.

In 2014/15 The Hawks got a great winning streak from the end of December until the beginning of February. They got that 4 of their 5 headlines went to the All Star Game (Jeff Teague, Kyle Korver, Paul Millsap and Al Horford, all but Demarre Carroll). They got the best Eastern Conference record, Mike Buldenhozer won the coach of the year trophy, eliminated the Brooklyn Nets and the Washington Wizards both 4-2 but were eliminated in the Conference Finals by the Cleveland Cavaliers of LeBron James. It was a modest team that will be remembered as one of the best teams in Atlanta's history.

Present and future (2018-)

The election of rookie Trae Young in the 2018 draft changed the future expectations of the franchise. The young rookie (compared to Stephen Curry and 2nd in the election of the rookie of the year) made a good couple with the interior John Collins and now, along with Kevin Huerter, Jabari Parker and the new future rookies such as Cam Reddish and De'Andre Hunter, they can grow a lot as a team and in a few years get into the Playoffs.

Atlanta Hawks headwears

It is time to get the caps of a future team with a lot of capacity for improvement and salary margin to incorporate some heavy weight that makes the Atlanta Hawks a competitive team. The youth caps of Atlanta, in Top Hats.

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