Last week, the 2013-14 NBA season came to an abrupt end for the Atlanta Hawks. After a year that included the introduction of a new head coach, the signing of key new players, the loss of Al Horford to injury and a near upset of a No. 1 seed, Atlanta was finally sent packing.
Now, the Hawks will turn their attention to the most important time of their offseason: the 2014 NBA Draft.
The Hawks will open up the post-lottery portion of the draft when they use the No. 15 overall selection. Fresh off of a season in which it failed to finish at .500, but nearly pulled out an upset of the Indiana Pacers in the playoffs, Atlanta will be looking for a game-changer.
Here’s who their best options would be.