The most celebrated player to ever wear a Hawks uniform, Dominique Wilkins’ record-setting career in Atlanta included nine consecutive All-Star selections (five in the ‘90s) and a slew of team records that still stand. Known for his high-flying offensive prowess, “The Human Highlight Film” added new dimensions to his game in the ‘90s, leading the Hawks in rebounds for the first time in 1990-91 and developing a deadly long-range shot, averaging .341 from behind the three-point line that same season. On February 2, 1993, Wilkins scored his 20,881st point to surpass Bob Pettit as the Hawks’ all-time leading scorer.

  • Games in a Hawks uniform: 882
  • PPG average: 26.4
  • Hawks all-time leader in:
    • games played
    • scoring (23,292)
    • scoring average
    • consecutive free throws made (23 – 12/8/92)
  • Nine-time NBA All-Star (1986-94)
  • Two-time NBA Slam Dunk Champion (1985, 1990)
  • #21 jersey retired on January 13, 2001
  • Elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2006
Career Stats

Following a standout career at Georgia Tech, Duane Ferrell was a solid contributor as a member of the Hawks reserve unit through much of the ‘90s. During his six-year career in Atlanta, Ferrell’s strongest season came in 1991-92, averaging 12.7 PPG and shooting .524 from the field. The 6’7” Ferrell then added two more seasons with the Hawks, playing in every game of the ’92-93 season and tallying another 10.2 PPG. Today, Ferrell serves as the Player Relations and Program Manager for the Hawks.

  • Games in a Hawks uniform: 353
  • PPG average: 7.9
  • Hawks team leader in:
    • field goal percentage, 1991-92 (.524)
    • games played, 1992-93 (82)
    • free throw percentage, 1993-94 (.783)
Career Stats