2019 NBA Draft: 12 Best Three-Point Shooters Atlanta Hawks Could Select

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Deividas Sirvydis

Though incredibly thin and supremely young, Lithuanian Deividas Sirvydis has one of the prettiest jump-shots in this entire draft class. Though only 190 pounds, Sirvydis stands tall at 6-foot-8 and is able to get his jumper off with ease over smaller players.

Beyond that, he can effectively can his triples on both catch-and-shoot and off-the-dribble scenarios, and for his team BC Rytas of the Lithuanian league and EuroCup, he became the youngest player in EuroCup history to score 17 points at only 17 years of age.

Again, his frame is not quite NBA-ready, but Sirvydis showed tremendous instincts as well as impressive athleticism and feel during his tenure with BC Rytas on top of that stunning jumper.

Since the Atlanta Hawks have three second round picks (and could acquire more if they so desired via trade), taking a flyer on a draft-and-stash prospect or a more long-term selection would certainly make sense.

Just so we have it, Sirvydis shot 46.3 percent from long-range in over 13 minutes per contest with BC Rytas on a sky-high 66.1 percent three-point attempt rate. That combination of volume and accuracy should be extremely tantalizing for Schlenk and the Atlanta Hawks.