Atlanta Hawks: Month-By-Month Review of 2018-19 Season

Trae Young #11 of the Atlanta Hawks (Photo by Scott Cunningham/NBAE via Getty Images)
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Record: 1-4

Best Win: v. Philadelphia

Worst Loss: @ Orlando

March would have been a great month to end things on, but as it does every year, April came.

After beating the Sixers once again, the Atlanta Hawks had three chances to get to 30 wins, but dropped all of them, finishing at 29-53.

Despite strong efforts from John Collins, Trae Young and Taurean Prince, the team struggled mightily down low with Dewayne Dedmon out with injury. The Hawks gave up the second-most rebounds to their opponents and allowed almost 130 ppg.

Their final win of the year was at home facing a Philly team that they seemed to dominate this year. The final game overall saw the Hawks fighting hard against a playoff-bound Pacers team, but one that they lost by one point as well.

While April wasn’t the strongest of months to end on, it still had some bright spots, including some nice performances from Taurean Prince, who had a somewhat disappointing season.

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With a solid summer coming up, the Atlanta Hawks could be playing into the spring next season, maybe even May. For now we got plenty of things to keep busy with, like the Lottery, the draft itself, and free agency. Stay tuned.