Kyle Korver had his best years in the NBA with the Atlanta Hawks. Now, he's going back.

However, at 41 and long retired from basketball, Korver is not returning to the Hawks as a player. Instead, he is set to take a front office role with the team. Shams Charania of The Athletic reported the news, but it is not clear what kind of job he'll have with the franchise.

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For what it's worth, Korver spent the past 2021-22 season with the Brooklyn Nets as a player development coach.

While Kyle Korver played just five seasons with the Hawks, it was quite the memorable half-decade to say the least. Atlanta enjoyed constant playoff contention during his time there, with the 2014-15 team even recording incredible success.

It speaks volume when four players made it to the All-Star team, and that's what the Hawks had in 2015 when Korver, Paul Millsap, Al Horford and Jeff Teague were name to the Eastern Conference squad.

Having a winner in Korver certainly bodes well in the Hawks' quest to turn the franchise into a team that can compete for championships. After trading for Dejounte Murray to pair him up with Trae Young, Atlanta just needs a little more push to get them over that hump.

The Hawks reached the East Finals in 2021, and while they failed to replicate that success in 2022, they are still well-poised to contend. Hopefully, the changes they've made from the roster to the front office will be able to give them that boost they need.