Atlanta Hawks: Offseason Grades

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Nov 5, 2014; San Antonio, TX, USA; Atlanta Hawks power forward Paul Millsap (4) pulls down a rebound against San Antonio Spurs power forward Tiago Splitter (22) during the first half at AT&T Center. Mandatory Credit: Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports

What’s that sound? It’s the sweet sound of silence. Truth be told, I’d rather hear the sound of basketballs bouncing on a gym floor but that sound is still a few months away from regularly reverberating off my eardrums.

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The dust finally appears to have settled on the 2015-2016 NBA offseason, especially for the Atlanta Hawks. Deals have been signed, trades have been executed and the unfinished business that remains is unimportant at this point.

Fans are now left to cross days off their calendars until it is time to roll those basketballs back onto the hardwood. We have discussed each of these little individual deals here at Soaring Down South, but what we haven’t done is given grades for each move and a comprehensive grade for the entire offseason.

Time to put on my horn rimmed glasses, grab my red pen and dive into my gradebook. Which moves did I love? Which did I loathe? Grab my hand and walk with me on this Hawks colored adventure.

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