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With Joe Johnson's move to Brooklyn and Marvin Williams' trade to the Jazz, the Atlanta Hawks core will revolve around Josh Smith and Al Horford.
The Hawks received a quality point guard in Devin Harris from their trade with the Jazz, arguably the top of the crop that they've recently brought in.
He will likely compete with Jeff Teague for the starting job this fall.
The team also received PG Jordan Farmar, SG Anthony Morrow, C Johan Petro, SF DeShawn Stevenson, and F Jordan Williams from the Nets in return for Joe Johnson.
Most of these players are expected to be contributors off of the bench, with Anthony Morrow vying for the starting spot at shooting guard.
Other offseason acquisitions include the 76er's leading scorer and sixth-man from last season, Lou Williams.
Williams averaged a career high 14.9 PPG last season while shooting 36.2 percent from behind the arc, but isn't the All-Star caliber player that they had in Johnson.
Kyle Korver was brought in from the Bulls to provide some sharpshooting of his own, and will likely take on the starting role at small forward.
Rookie John Jenkins is a pure shooter out of Vanderbilt who was taken 23rd overall in this year's draft, another nice long range threat to add to the Hawks bench.
Back up center Zaza Pachulia returns as the only other remaining player from the 2011-12 roster.
The team has a whole lot of depth for the upcoming season, but lacks the star power needed to win an NBA Championship.