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Atlanta Hawks Team Salary

Quick: Up to $7.0 million in cap space

Salary Cap: $109,140,000

Luxury Tax Threshold: $132,627,000

Projection for 2020-21 ($117 million cap): Up to $74.6 million, less with the Cleveland Cavaliers or Brooklyn Nets first-rounders. Less if Jabari Parker opts in.

Roster Count: 13 guaranteed, one non-guaranteed, two two-ways

Depth Chart:
PG: Trae Young, Evan Turner, Brandon Goodwin
SG: Kevin Huerter, Cam Reddish, Allen Crabbe, Charlie Brown Jr. (two-way)
SF: De’Andre Hunter, DeAndre’ Bembry, Chandler Parsons
PF: John Collins, Jabari Parker, Ray Spalding
C: Alex Len, Bruno Fernando, Damian Jones

Note: Teams often adjust their depth chart throughout the season, sometimes game by game.

Exceptions

  • Room Exception — $4,767,000

Non-Guaranteed Salaries

  • Ray Spalding $1,445,697

Waived Players: Jaylen Adams

Traded Players: Kent Bazemore, Taurean Prince, Solomon Hill, Miles Plumlee, Omari Spellman

G-League Affiliate: College Park Skyhawks (Dan Dial president)

Two-Way Contracts: Charlie Brown Jr., Brandon Goodwin

Two-Way Daily Rate in NBA/G-League: TBD

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Lloyd Pierce

Assistants: Melvin Hunt, Chris Jent, Greg Foster, Marlon Garnett, Matt Hill

Trainer: Scottie Parker (head athletic trainer), Brady Howe (assistant athletic trainer), Mike Roncarati (director of rehabilitation), Chris Chase (athletic performance coach), Adam Loiacocno (performance therapist), Daniel Bove (sports scientist/assistant strength and conditioning coach), Keke Lyles (executive director of player performance), Chelsea Lane (executive director of athletic performance and sports medicine), Michael Irr (head strength and conditioning coach)

Basketball Executives:

  • Travis Schlenk — general manager and head of basketball operations
  • T. Scott Wilkinson — executive vice president and assistant general manager
  • Michael Blackstone — assistant general manager
  • Jeff Peterson — assistant general manager
  • Michelle Leftwich — vice president of salary cap administration
  • Larry Riley — senior advisor
  • Dominique Wilkins — vice president of basketball operations
  • Rod Higgins — vice president of basketball operations
  • Rick Sund — senior advisor, basketball operations
  • Mike McNeive — director of basketball operations
  • John Treloar — director of player personnel
  • Dan Martinez — senior director of team operations

Pick Swaps

  • 2020 — Owed first-rounder (lottery protected through 2022, otherwise converts to 2022 and 2024 second-rounders) from the Brooklyn Nets (Allen Crabbe).
  • 2020 — Owe a second-rounder (31-55 range) to the Philadelphia 76ers (Bruno Fernando).
  • 2020 — Owe second-rounder (top-55 protected) to the Boston Celtics (Jabari Bird).
  • 2021 — Owe second-rounder to the Brooklyn Nets (Allen Crabbe).
  • 2022 — Owed first-rounder (top-14 protected otherwise converts to 2024 and 2025 second-rounders) from the Oklahoma City Thunder (Carmelo Anthony).
  • 2023 — Owed second-rounder from the Charlotte Hornets (Devonte’ Graham).
  • 2023 — Owed second-rounder (top-45 protected) from the New Orleans Pelicans (Jaxon Hayes).
  • 2023 — Can swap second-rounders with the Brooklyn Nets (Jeremy Lin), the lower between the Charlotte Hornets and Hawks’ picks.
  • 2023 — Owe the highest of the Atlanta, Charlotte and Brooklyn second-rounders to the Philadelphia 76ers (Bruno Fernando).
  • 2024 — Owed second-rounder (in the 51-55 range) from the Miami HEAT (Bol Manute Bol).
  • 2024 — Owed second-rounder from the Golden State Warriors (Eric Paschall).
  • 2025 — Owed second-rounder from the Brooklyn Nets (Jeremy Lin).
  • 2026 — Owed second-rounder from the Golden State Warriors (Omari Spellman).

Cash Paid ($5,617,000 max): $0

Cash Received ($5,617,000 max): $0

Deadlines

  • 9/5/19 — No-trade restriction lifts on Brandon Goodwin.
  • Before first day of 2019-20 season — Extension deadlines for DeAndre’ Bembry and Damian Jones.
  • 10/31/19 — Team options on John Collins, Trae Young and Kevin Huerter for 2020-21.
  • 12/15/19 — No-trade restrictions lift on Jabari Parker and Ray Spalding.
  • 1/10/20 — Ray Spalding’s $1,445,697 guarantees for 2019-20.
  • 6/29/20 — Player option on Jabari Parker.
  • 6/29/20 — Qualifying offer deadlines for Damian Jones, Ray Spalding and De’Andre’ Bembry.
  • Before first day of 2020 season — Extension deadline for John Collins.
  • 10/31/20 — Team options on Trae Young, Cam Reddish, De’Andre Hunter and Kevin Huerter for 2021-22.
  • 6/29/21 — Qualifying offer deadline for John Collins.
  • Before first day of the 2021 season — Extension deadlines for Trae Young and Kevin Huerter.
  • 10/31/21 — Team options on Cam Reddish and De’Andre Hunter.
  • 6/29/22 — Qualifying offer deadlines for Trae Young, Kevin Huerter and Bruno Fernando.
  • Before first day of the 2022 season — Extension deadlines for De’Andre Hunter and Cam Reddish.
  • 6/29/23 — Qualifying offer deadlines for Cam Reddish and De’Andre Hunter.

Teams and players can renegotiate guarantee dates.  The NBA’s general cut-down date is January 10, but players are released 48 hours prior to account for waivers.

Transactions

  • 4/12/19 — Kent Bazemore opted into his $19,269,662 for 2019-20.
  • 5/14/19 — Received the 8th, 10th (from the Dallas Mavericks) and 44th (from the Charlotte Hornets) picks in the draft lottery.
  • 6/19/19 — Traded a second-rounder (44th) to the Miami HEAT for a 2024 second rounder (TBD) and cash (TBD).
  • 6/20/19 — Traded a second-rounder (41st) to the Golden State Warriors for a 2024 second-rounder and cash (TBD).
  • 6/20/19 — Drafted Jaxon Hayes (8th), Cam Reddish (10th) and Marcos Louzada Silva (35th).
  • 6/24/19 — Traded Kent Bazemore to the Portland Trail Blazers for Evan Turner.
  • 6/29/19 – Declined to extend qualifying offers to C.J. Anderson, Justin Anderson and Isaac Humphries.
  • 7/1/19 — Signed Charlie Brown Jr. to a two-way contract.
  • 7/1/19 — Signed Cam Reddish (2019-10th) to a $19,328,334 rookie-scale contract.
  • 7/6/19 — Renounced the rights to Vince Carter, Isaac Humphries, Justin Anderson and Alex Poythress.
  • 7/6/19 — Traded Taurean Prince and a protected 2021 second-rounder to the Brooklyn Nets for Alan Crabbe, the rights to Nickeil Alexander-Walker (17th) and a 2020 lottery protected first-rounder.
  • 7/7/19 — Traded the rights to Jaxon Hayes (8th), Nickeil Alexander-Walker (17th), Marcos Louzada Silva (35th) and a protected Cleveland Cavaliers first-rounder to the New Orleans Pelicans for Solomon Hill, the rights to De’Andre Hunter (4th) and Jordan Bone (57th) and a 2023 protected second-rounder.
  • 7/7/19 — Traded Miles Plumlee and Solomon Hill to the Memphis Grizzlies for Chandler Parsons.
  • 7/7/19 — Signed De’Andre Hunter (2019-4th) to a $32,101,641 rookie-scale contract.
  • 7/7/19 — Traded the rights to Jordan Bone (57th) and two second-rounders (2022 and 2023) to the Philadelphia 76ers for the rights to Bruno Fernando (34th).
  • 7/7/19 — Signed Bruno Fernando (34th) to a three-year $4,700,602 contract.
  • 7/8/19 — Traded Omari Spellman to the Golden State Warriors for Damian Jones and a 2026 second-rounder.
  • 7/11/19 — Signed Jabari Parker to a two-year $13 million contract, team option on final season.
  • 7/13/19 — Waived Jaylen Adams.
  • 7/31/19 — Signed Ray Spalding to a non-guaranteed $1,445,697 minimum summer contract.
  • 8/6/19 — Signed Brandon Goodwin to a two-way contract.

Trade Kickers

  • None

Note: Players can waive their trade bonuses.

No-Trade: None

Expired 10-Day Contracts: None

Free Agents (with Cap Holds)

  • None

Unsigned Draft Picks

  • First-rounders: None
  • Second-rounders: Alpha Kaba (2017-60th), Marcus Eriksson (2015-50th), Alain Digbeu (1997-49th), Augusto Binelli (1986-40th)

Arena: State Farm Arena

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Cap Holds

For notes on some of the rules and an explanation of cap holds, please refer to the following Salary Notes.

Salary and team data change quite often. If you notice a discrepancy, please notify Basketball Insiders Senior Writer Eric Pincus.

(Updated on 8/12/19)

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