There are few better names to come out of the New Orleans Pelicans’ roster than the Atlanta Braves’ first round draft pick, Georges Niang.
The 18-year-old forward is a huge body who can hit the floor and defend.
He has great size and a great shooting touch.
In fact, the 6-foot-9 Niang is so skilled that he can score in bunches.
He’s also one of the better rebounders in the draft.
It’s been an interesting offseason for the Atlanta franchise.
Atlanta signed free agents Thabo Sefolosha and Thabo Tsonga, but the franchise is still looking to fill its need for a center.
They also signed former NBA star Kevin Love, who is a free agent this summer.
In addition to Love, the team signed DeAndre Liggins and Tayshaun Prince to big contracts.
With all those moves, it is very likely that the team will make a push for the playoffs this season.
The Atlanta Hawks are looking to improve their roster by adding a center, but there is a little bit of a question mark about that.
The question is whether or not Atlanta will be able to acquire a veteran center for their franchise tag, which is currently set at $20 million.
The answer is no.
According to ESPN Stats & Info, Atlanta’s starting center position is currently at 11.
The team is currently 0-8 when it comes to starting centers.
That means that the starting center spot is currently filled by Michael Kidd-Gilchrist.
While Kidd-Gerris hasn’t played a full season, he is still one of NBA’s best scorers.
He is averaging a team-high 21.8 points per game.
That is more than the previous two seasons combined.
While the Hawks are still searching for a starting center, they should be able get one with the number one pick in the upcoming draft.
The Hawks have a lot of depth on the wings and in the backcourt, and it’s possible that the pick they pick with their top pick will be a quality center.
If they choose to go with a veteran like Sefoliosha, the question becomes what position the team is willing to sacrifice for him.
The fact that the Hawks have been able to get solid production out of Sefosha at both guard positions makes him an intriguing player to consider.
However, if they want to go all-in on the frontcourt and get a player who is not a veteran, the answer is probably the center position.
The point guard position is also a position that needs improvement, as it is not that difficult to develop.
It is very possible that Atlanta will take a player like Kadeem Allen at number five in this draft, but it’s not going to happen if the team does not add a veteran.
The best fit for the Hawks is probably either a wing, point guard or small forward.
It should not be hard to find a trade partner for the team with the pick in this pick.
However it is important to remember that the Atlanta organization will need to find an answer at the point guard spot if it wants to contend for a championship.