The Atlanta Hawks have been relatively quiet this offseason.
While many teams in the Eastern Conference changed the entire complexion of their roster (the Cleveland Cavaliers, anybody?) the Hawks' core remains unchanged. Jeff Teague, Paul Millsap and Al Horford still form the team's Big Three. DeMarre Carroll and Kyle Korver still figure to round out the starting lineup thanks to their defense and three-point shooting, respectively.
But the team hasn't been completely silent.
From a 15th overall draft pick to the signing of a veteran defensive stopper, the Hawks have made some small modifications to their roster.
Let's see how the four biggest moves and non-moves the Hawks have made so far this offseason test out on an A-to-F grading scale. And at the end, we'll see what overall grade the team's offseason deserves so far.