Ranking the Atlanta Hawks by Trade Viability, Value

Jabari Parker #5 of the Atlanta Hawks (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
Jabari Parker #5 of the Atlanta Hawks (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images) /
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Ranking each player on the Atlanta Hawks based on trade value.

Trade season in the NBA has been open for a bit now, and outside of a small Utah-Cleveland trade, things have been quiet. The Atlanta Hawks have been engaged in various rumors, including a juicy one regarding Andre Drummond.

The Hawks, still deep into their rebuild, have potential to be among the biggest movers at the deadline which is rapidly approaching. There’s already less than a month left until trading locks up.

To prepare, We’ve ranked each member of the Hawks to see where they sit as trade season heat up, starting below with the untouchables, working our way to the most likely to be shipped out.

The untouchables:

Trae Young is a soon-to-be-superstar, and is already set to be an All-Star. He’s obviously not someone the Hawks would question trading, and realistically has one of the highest trade values of any player in the league.

John Collins’ value isn’t as sky-high as Young’s, but he’s still a very good player who looks to be apart of the core moving forward. Similar situation with Hunter here, who has played fairly well, and has certainly shown enough flash for the Hawks to pull the trigger on trading him so soon.