2021-22 Atlanta Hawks Stats | ClutchPoints



12-11 • 10th in EASTERN CONFERENCE

HEAD COACH: Nate McMillan
VENUE: State Farm Arena - One Philips Drive, Atlanta, GA 30303
CAPACITY: 18,118
Hawks Stats Per Game
T. Young PG232334.
J. Collins PF222232.26.411.2.5711.12.7.4005.38.5.626.6192.53.3.7781.
C. Capela C222229.
B. Bogdanovic SG202028.
K. Huerter SG211125.
C. Reddish SF21022.
D. Gallinari PF19020.
D. Hunter SF111127.84.510.1.4501.43.5.3953.26.6.479.5180.40.9.4000.
D. Wright SG20013.
L. Williams PG18013.
G. Dieng C1908.
S. Hill PF12111.
T. Luwawu-Cabarrot SF1626.
J. Johnson PF702.
S. Mays SG702.
S. Cooper PG502.
Team Total2242.290.9.43512.132.5.32130.058.4.492.50315.819.7.78910.636.146.724.26.94.512.017.7112.3
Hawks Stats, Total
T. Young PG2323783212460.46161157.389151303.498.527118132.8941573882102038842603
J. Collins PF2222709141247.5712460.400117187.626.6195672.778381321704917312361362
C. Capela C2222655118201.58701.000118200.590.5872650.520861902762921321355262
B. Bogdanovic SG202056489199.44743110.3914689.517.5551114.78676471491341838232
K. Huerter SG211154485178.4783184.3695494.574.56568.7507657249852636207
C. Reddish SF21047283201.4133489.38249112.438.4984146.891184159192342830241
D. Gallinari PF19039348127.3782567.3732360.383.4763033.90911607123104922151
D. Hunter SF111130650111.4501538.3953573.479.518410.400426307731432119
D. Wright SG2002612157.368618.3331539.385.4211317.7651737543912210861
L. Williams PG18023843111.3871232.3753179.392.4412124.8755222725921715119
G. Dieng C1901591540.375417.2351123.478.425914.6431947661355112243
S. Hill PF121135320.150213.15417.143.20000.0006162211421168
T. Luwawu-Cabarrot SF162961029.345721.33338.375.46656.8330141452131132
J. Johnson PF7019510.50024.50036.500.60022.0000550000014
S. Mays SG701945.80012.50033.000.90055.0000221002214
S. Cooper PG501114.25002.00012.500.25000.000000400102
Team Total229282000.435267715.3216611285.492.503347433.7892337941027533151982643902470

Top atlanta hawks Stats Questions

Who Is The Best Hawks Player?

You can easily argue that the Hawks made a huge mistake by trading Luka Doncic to the Dallas Mavericks during the 2018 NBA Draft. The Mavs star is playing at an (almost) MVP-level, and there's no denying there are a few Hawks faithful rueing their team's decision to give Doncic up.

Atlanta, however, did not come away from the deal empty-handed. Trae Young is no Doncic (at least not right now), but he's an absolute stud. He is without a doubt Atlanta's best player as well as their cornerstone superstar for many years to come.

Over the first half of the 2020-21 season, Young produced averages of 26.4 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 9.4 assists per game, while also connecting on 2.5 triples per game on a 37.8-percent clip. Incidentally, Young got glossed over in this year's edition of the All-Star Game, which is a bit of a knock considering the festivities were held in Atlanta. Trae saw a dip in his production from last season (he averaged 29.6 points and 3.4 triples last term), which might explain the snub, but there's no denying Young is one of the top point guards in the league today.