The Atlanta Hawks are looking to package two of their first-round picks in Thursday's draft - the No. 19 and No. 30 selections - in order to acquire a late lottery pick, sources told Michael Scotto of The Athletic.
Owing to their Eastern Conference-worst 24-58 record, the Hawks also own the No. 3 pick. With holes up and down their depth chart, adding a second lottery pick would begin to give the team a core to build around.
After parting with former All-Stars Al Horford, Paul Millsap, Jeff Teague, and Kyle Korver over the past two years, then splitting with longtime head coach Mike Budenholzer this offseason, the Hawks are primed to begin a complete overhaul under general manager Travis Schlenk and newly hired head coach Lloyd Pierce.