Atlanta Hawks : 3 improvements Cam Reddish must make next season

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Atlanta Hawks combination wing Cam Reddish is entering his third season in the NBA. The former 10th pick in the 2019 draft has high expectations going into next season as well. We have seen the bad, the good, and the great of Reddish’s game.

Hawk’s fans are excited to see what he does for the team this year, as he also has a contract decision looming as well in a couple of summers. Reddish comes into his third year hoping for his best yet.

In his sophomore season, Reddish had an Achilles issue that kept him out from January all the way to the Eastern Conference Finals where he reminded us of his two-way play. Reddish has so much star potential, he is a key to the Atlanta Hawks’ success this season. Reddish himself also knows he hasn’t come close to his ceiling either, as he continues to work on his game to get to that point.

Atlanta Hawks wing Cam Reddish has a big bounce-back year ahead

Reddish in 26 games this year in the regular season, averaging 11.2 points and 4.0 rebounds. The Hawks are deep but still expect Reddish to play some big minutes and be a member of the closing lineup for this team. There is even some talk about if Reddish can crack the starting lineup. This is another big step in his development moving forward with the Hawks.

Eyes will be on Reddish to see how he progresses and also is hopeful for a healthy season. We dive into 3 things Cam Reddish should be looking to improve this next season.