Trivia: How Well Do You Know the ’19-’20 Atlanta Hawks?

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How well do you know the 2019-2020 Atlanta Hawks? Answers:

1. Who averaged more minutes per game this season?

Kevin Huerter’s 31.4 minutes per game ranked fourth overall on the team and more than Jabari, Reddish, and Jones.

2. The Hawks’ longest win streak this season was:

A lowly two games. They won two in a row four times total this season but never managed a third straight.

3. How many players did the Hawks sign to a 10-day contract during the season?

Just one. The injury-plagued Hawks signed Paul Watson to a 10-day back in January and he played just two games with the team.

4. Before the season, the Hawks traded Miles Plumlee, and who else to the Grizzlies for Chandler Parsons?

Solomon Hill. The forward never played in a game for the Hawks and was traded again to the Heat in the Andre Iguodala deadline deal.

5. Which player no longer with the team appeared in the most games for the Hawks this year?

Alex Len appeared in 40 games this year for the Hawks, more than any other player the Hawks traded/waived during the season.

6. One Hawk played in 60 games without ever being the starting five. Who?

Vince Carter, in his last NBA season, was one of three Hawks to appear in 60 games or more this season. It was his first time since the ’13-’14 season where he played a full season without a single start.

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7. How many total players were involved in the four-team trade that landed Clint Capela in Atlanta?

12 total players swapped teams in the blockbuster trade. Those were: Evan Turner, Clint Capela, Robert Covington, Malik BeasleyJuan Hernangómez, Jarred Vanderbilt, Nene, Gerald GreenKeita Bates-Diop, Noah Vonleh, Shabazz Napier, and Jordan Bell.

8. Which Hawk led the team in games played?

Rookie De’Andre Hunter missed just four games in his first season, appearing in a total of 63 games, starting 62 of them.

9. Trae Young led the team in total points with 1,778. Who came in second with 885?

Digging out of a hole that a 25-game suspension gave him, John Collins was able to rank second on the team in total points in just 41 games played. He averaged over 20 points per game.

10. Who led the team in effective field goal percentage?

A bit of trick question and Damian Jones led the team in both effective field goal percentage (.685) and field goal percentage (68%). He very rarely took shots that weren’t dunks or few feet away from the rim.

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