Alumni, Past Players


Atlanta has always been a highly desirable city for NBA stars to play in, and to live in. In fact, many NBA Alumni choose to remain in the city to start the next chapter of their lives, in the business world or into retirement. The Hawks franchise has a rich history, and wants to keep all of our fans connected with those that have created that history, as well as embrace all NBA Alumni who currently call Atlanta home. Take a look below at our rapidly-growing list of Hawks and NBA alumni, and stay tuned as we bring you up-to-date on where they are now.

John Battle
(Atlanta Hawk)
Jon Koncak
(Atlanta Hawk)
Dennis Scott
Ronald Behagen
(Atlanta Hawk)
Andrew Lang
(Atlanta Hawk)
Steve Smith
Walt Bellamy
(Atlanta Hawk)
Grant Long
(Atlanta Hawk)
Andrew Toney
Rick Brown
(Atlanta Hawk)
Wes Matthews
(Atlanta Hawk)
Sedrick Toney
Joe Barry Carroll Jim McElroy
(Atlanta Hawk)
Gene Tormohlen
(St. Louis/Atlanta Hawk)
Charlie Criss
(Atlanta Hawk)
Maurice McHartley Jim Washington
(St. Louis/Atlanta Hawk)
Tony Delk
(Atlanta Hawk)
Ivano Newbill
(Atlanta Hawk)
Herb White
(Atlanta Hawk)
Michael Douglas
(Harlem Globetrotter)
Sam Pellom
(Atlanta Hawk)
Kevin Willis
(Atlanta Hawk)
Mike Glenn
(Atlanta Hawk)
Mark Price Dominique Wilkins
(Atlanta Hawk)
Dion Glover
(Atlanta Hawk)
Ron Reed  
Lou Hudson
(Atlanta Hawk)
Danny Roundfield
(Atlanta Hawk)
 
George Johnson
(Atlanta Hawk)
Cazzie Russell  
Reggie Johnson Ralph Sampson  
Bob Kauffman
(Atlanta Hawk)
Charlie Scott  



Dan Roundfield was a three-time NBA All-Star in six seasons with the Hawks in the late 1970's and early `80s. Known for his defensive prowess, Roundfield was named to the NBA's All-Defensive teams five times (three times on the first team, twice on the second) during his 11-year career. A very successful Hawk during his tenure in Atlanta, Roundfield was part of five playoff teams in six years, including coming within a game of the Eastern Conference finals in 1978-79, when the Hawks lost to the Washington Bullets in seven games. We recently had a chance to catch up with Roundfield, who still maintains residence in the city of Atlanta.






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