NBA 2019: Atlanta Hawks




The Atlanta Hawks approach the new season with one of the younger, futuristic and intriguing roster of the league.

The task of coach Lloyd Pierce will be to enhance the excellent raw material available to create a core that can bring hawks in the future to take away different satisfactions.  And to take flight and unleash their full potential.  Atlanta will most likely launch a quintet with Alex Len, John Collins, De'Andre Hunter, Kevin Huerter, Trae Young (where Len will be the oldest player from the age of 26);  from the bench the main protagonists will be Cam Reddish, Evan Turner, Jabari Parker, De’Andre Bembry and the veteran Vince Carter, now in its 22nd NBA season and indispensable to teach many young people how to face life among professionals. 

Realistically it can be assumed that Atlanta will improve its seasonal record reaching 35/36 victories, which Young and Collins will end up so many times in the evening highlights, but the team will not be able to reach the post-season with less cataclysms for teams on paper decidedly more  equipped with respect to them;  for the playoffs, however, it won't take long, the future is bright in Georgia and the young hawks want to fly.