Devin Harris will get another PRP injection in his ailing toe.
Harris' left toe bothered him for almost all of the season, and after another injection, Harris plans to simply rest to let the injury calm down. As for his future, Harris would not commit to returning to the Hawks, a sentiment that may be mutual as Atlanta enters the offseason.
Zaza Pachulia said he'd like to re-sign with the Hawks.
"How can I not (want to be back)," Pachulia said. "I've been here eight years. I call Atlanta home." Pachulia is coming off of surgery for a partially torn Achilles tendon, but he should generate plenty of interest in free agency as a very capable backup big man off the bench who could start in a pinch.
Lou Williams (knee surgery) said that his rehab is "coming along great."
Williams called the summer a big one for himself, referring to it as a "challenge that I'm ready for." Williams still can't even jog, so he's got a long ways to go before he's ready to play. Williams was able to ride a stationary bike without knee pain for the first time last week and is also doing stand-still shooting, but he's got several hurdles left to clear.
The Hawks have "indicated" that they'd like to re-sign Kyle Korver.
Atlanta is rich with cap space and will be entering a huge offseason, and keeping Korver on a reasonable deal seems like a beneficial move for both sides. However, Korver will be in demand after nailing 2.6 3-pointers per game and doing so at a 45.7 percent clip, so the Hawks could just as easily lose him to another team.
The Hawks didn't even make restricted free agent Jeff Teague an extension offer before last October's deadline.
The Hawks could be regretting not locking up Teague earlier. Now he's a restricted free agent and coming off his best season as a pro. Teague set career-highs in points (14.6), assists (7.2) and 3-pointers per game (1.1). He'll likely be asking for something just less than fellow point guards Ty Lawson (4 years, $48M) and Jrue Holiday (4 years, $41M) got last fall. The Hawks could also just make Teague a qualifying offer and then decide to match or decline any offer sheets that come in.
Larry Drew's fate as head coach of the Hawks may take a week or longer to be decided.
Drew is known to be skating on thin ice in regards to his future with the Hawks, but a "final determination may not be made until next week or perhaps later." GM Danny Ferry gave no timetable for a decision on Drew, but it would be a surprise if he let the situation linger too long.
Al Horford plans to do offseason work with the Hawks training staff in order to get his body fully healthy.
"I'm thinking about probably spending time here. We have really good trainers and a strength coach and now that they are going to be able to work with me with not as much pressure of a season, I think that is going to be really big for me to spend time getting right," Horford said. The big man also said he finds this offseason "intriguing" with Atlanta's cap space and gave an endorsement of GM Danny Ferry's plan.