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Atlanta Hawks NBA 2022-23 Roster

Atlanta made the first big move of the offseason, trading for Dejounte Murray. They now have a dynamic duo in their backcourt with more defense too. Check out the Atlanta Hawks NBA 2022-23 Roster.

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Last updated: 11.10.2022
Atlanta Hawks NBA 2022-23 Roster

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Two years ago, the Hawks made the Eastern Conference Finals.

They got bounced in the first round last season. Atlanta made the first big move of the offseason, trading for Dejounte Murray.

They now have a dynamic duo in their backcourt with more defense too. However, the Hawks are still going to go as far as Trae Young takes them – which wasn’t far in last year’s playoffs.

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Check out the Atlanta Hawks 2022-23 roster


No.

Player

Pos

Ht

Wt

Birth Date

Exp

College


AJ Griffin

F

6-6

222

August 25, 2003

R

Duke


Armoni Brooks

PG

6-3

195

June 5, 1998

2

Houston


Malik Ellison

SG

6-6

215

August 17, 1996

R

St. John's, Pitt, University of Hartford


Jarrett Culver  (TW)

SG

6-6

195

February 20, 1999

3

Texas Tech


Chris Silva

PF

6-8

234

September 19, 1996

3

South Carolina


Tyson Etienne

G

6-2

203

September 17, 1999

R

Wichita State


Trent Forrest  (TW)

PG

6-4

210

June 12, 1998

2

Florida State


Tyrese Martin

G

6-6

215

March 7, 1999

R

Rhode Island, UConn


Frank Kaminsky

C

7-0

240

April 4, 1993

7

Wisconsin


Aaron Holiday

PG

6-0

185

September 30, 1996

4

UCLA


Clint Capela

C

6-10

240

May 18, 1994

8



Vit Krejci

PG

6-8

195

June 19, 2000

1



Trae Young

PG

6-1

164

September 19, 1998

4

Oklahoma


John Collins

PF

6-9

235

September 23, 1997

5

Wake Forest


Jalen Johnson

SF

6-9

220

December 18, 2001

1

Duke


Bogdan Bogdanović

SG

6-6

220

August 18, 1992

5



Onyeka Okongwu

C

6-8

235

December 11, 2000

2

USC


Justin Holiday

SG

6-6

180

April 5, 1989

9

Washington


Dejounte Murray

PG

6-4

180

September 19, 1996

5

Washington


De'Andre Hunter

SF

6-8

225

December 2, 1997

3

Virginia

The Hawks got better on paper, adding Dejounte Murray to their backcourt. That might even make them a better basketball team, but I don’t think their end result changes. There are still several teams better than the Hawks in the East, and Atlanta might be on the outside of the top 6 looking in again.

My main concern with Atlanta is the fact that their two best players need the ball in their hands and aren’t fantastic off-ball. That fit isn’t great in my eyes and will ultimately limit the Hawks’ ceiling. 

Atlanta is not better – in my estimation – than Milwaukee, Boston, Philadelphia, Miami, Toronto or Brooklyn. That leaves them in the seventh seed. It may be a close margin, but betting on the Hawks to make the play-in is the way to go.

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