Atlanta Hawks 2019-20 Roster with 2 Months Until Preseason

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A quick peek at what the Atlanta Hawks 2019-20 roster currently looks like with just over 2 months until the team plays its first preseason contest.

After an action-packed offseason filled with a variety of transactions including draft pick trades, player trades, signings, waivers and much more, the Atlanta Hawks enter the 2019-20 season with a vastly different roster than they had for much of the 2018-19 season.

Of course, the biggest changes all occurred via the 2019 NBA Draft, which saw the team add De’Andre Hunter with the #4 overall pick, Cam Reddish with the #10 overall pick and Bruno Fernando with the #34 overall pick.

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Due to various trades, the only pick that was made with a selection that actually belonged to the Hawks was Reddish at #10 – which had previously acquired in the memorable Luka Doncic for Trae Young swap in the 2018 NBA Draft.

Before going any further, here is the full roster as it currently stands with positions included, organized from highest to lowest salary per Spotrac. Also included are when the player will be a free agent in parentheses:

Chandler Parsons, Wing/Guard (2020)

Evan Turner, Wing/Guard (2020)

Allen Crabbe, Guard (2020)

De’Andre Hunter, Wing (2024)

Jabari Parker, Wing (2020, Player Option)

Trae Young,  Guard (2023)

Cam Reddish, Wing/Guard (2024)

Alex Len, Big Man (2020)

John Collins, Big Man (2022)

Kevin Huerter, Wing/Guard (2023)

DeAndre’ Bembry, Wing/Guard (2021)

Damian Jones, Big Man (2021)

Bruno Fernando, Big Man (2023)

Charlie Brown Jr., Wing/Guard (2021, Two-Way Signing)

Brandon Goodwin, Guard (2021, Two-Way Signing)

There you have it! The full Atlanta Hawks roster as it stands in early August.

It must be noted that the team is apparently holding a roster spot open for veteran Vince Carter in his final season, but he wants to go to a situation where he can play big minutes – which might not be possible on a more balanced roster this year for the Atlanta Hawks.

The Hawks have also signed Marcus Derrickson and Ray Spalding to Exhibit 10 deals in recent days, meaning the two players are invited to training camp and might have a chance to play in the league if they perform well at camp or in the preseason.

It seems unlikely that there will be any more major shakeups to the roster, so this should stand for most of the season (or at least until the trade deadline).

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Stay tuned for plenty more Atlanta Hawks news and updates as the offseason rolls on.