Atlanta Hawks shooting guard Kyle Korver will undergo surgery Tuesday, his second in about a month, this time to remove loose bodies in his right elbow.
In the Hawks' first draft since Danny Ferry departed, the results have experts and fans a little bit confused.
Hawks could have hands full with Hardaway
Atlanta dealt the No. 15 pick in Thursday's draft to acquire Tim Hardaway Jr., who was a defensive wreck that regressed as a scorer last season for the New York Knicks. Add nothing special from the team's pair of second-rounders and the Hawks get a thumbs-down from ESPN's Kevin Arnovitz. Draft thumbs-up or thumbs-down
Hawks sacrificed future for present
The trade for Tim Hardaway Jr. may help the Hawks if they can't keep DeMarre Carroll this summer, but passing on a wealth of prospects with potential seems like a missed opportunity. That helped earn Atlanta a C-minus from Chad Ford. Ford's complete draft grades (Insider)
The 2015 NBA draft is over. Who deserves high marks for their picks? After 60 selections Thursday night, Chad Ford hands out his grades for every squad.
New Hawks owner active in first day
Tony Ressler said Thursday the 16-year-old Philips Arena needs work: "There's do-nothing. There's remodel. Or there's a new arena. Do-nothing is not an option." (via Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
The Timberwolves, Lakers and 76ers made splashes with the first three selections. How did they -- and the rest of the league -- do Thursday? Our NBA writers assess every team's draft picks.
The Hawks took Kelly Oubre Jr. with the No. 15 overall pick on Thursday night but will send him to the Wizards.
The Notre Dame star, a 6-4 combo guard, projects as a player who can defend multiple positions in the NBA.
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Kevin Pelton likes the Knicks' move to swap Tim Hardaway Jr. for Jerian Grant and his valuable contract.
The New York Knicks have traded guard Tim Hardaway Jr. to the Atlanta Hawks in exchange for the draft rights to guard Jerian Grant, the league announced.
Grant family has Washington history
Jerian Grant was drafted by the Wizards on behalf of the Hawks. His father Harvey Grant was also drafted by the Wizards franchise in 1988 (when they were the Bullets). Jerian was traded to the Knicks after the pick, though.
Grant picked 19 overall by Washington
The Wizards select Jerian Grant (Notre Dame) on behalf of the Atlanta Hawks in the 2015 NBA Draft.
Oubre: No disrespect after being passed
Kelly Oubre: "Whatever team gets me, we're winning the championship. And I'm ready to put in the work to do so."
Rose likes the Oubre pick
Jalen Rose: "He's a really good defender. He reminds me a lot of Trevor Ariza." Is he a 2 or a 3, though? "He can do both!" Jay Bilas adds: "If he really gets his motor revving a little bit higher ... if he continues to do that, I really like Kelly Oubre at this spot."
Insider profile: Kelly Oubre
Oubre has a great 3-point shot. His maturity and inconsistency are knocks against him, but he grew defensively this season under Bill Self’s tutelage. Oubre averaged 9.3 points, 5 rebounds and 0.8 assists per game this season. 7-foot-2 wingspan
Oubre picked 15 overall by Atlanta
The Hawks select Kelly Oubre (Kansas) in the 2015 NBA Draft.
On the clock: Atlanta Hawks
The Hawks -- who finished with the best record in the East this season -- have the 15th pick by virtue of a trade that sent Joe Johnson to the Brooklyn Nets in 2012.
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Hawks could aim high in first round
At No. 15, Chad Ford suggests the Hawks should be willing to gamble on potential over polish and go with Texas big man Myles Turner. Though others are more NBA ready, Turner has the size, shooting and shot-blocking to help Atlanta beef up in the paint. Ford's final mock (Insider)
Grant Hill always wondered why the Atlanta Hawks struggled to attract big-name free agents. Now the seven-time NBA All-Star faces a challenge to help make that happen as vice chair of the Hawks.