STATE OF THE FRANCHISE
The Hawks had another steady regular season, finishing fifth in the Eastern Conference with a 40-26 record. They failed to make it out of the first round of the playoffs, though, as they were eliminated by the Boston Celtics in five games. The Hawks have made the playoffs in each of the last five seasons but have never been able to reach even the Conference Finals during that stretch. They decided to make some major changes during the summer, parting ways with All-Star Joe Johnson and bringing in Devin Harris, Kyle Korver and Louis Williams. While they still will have a competitive team with Josh Smith and Al Horford both returning for another campaign, itís possible they could make even more moves before the trade deadline during the season.
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