Hawks Take Al Horford At No. 3; Acie Law At No. 11
- Thursday: Draft Night Recap
- Monday: Horford, Conley Strut Their Stuff
- Friday: Joakim Noah Workout Report
- Interviews And Photos From Wednesday's Workouts
- Player Previews:
Al Horford | Spencer Hawes | Jeff Green | Joakim Noah | Mike Conley, Jr. | Yi Jianlian | Acie Law | Corey Brewer | Javaris Crittenton
- What Would You Do? Big Or Small?
- What Would You Do? Talent Or Need?
- What Would You Do? Veteran Targets?
- The Possibilities Are Endless
- Lottery Night Recap
- Hawks BasketBlog Coverage
- NBA 2007 Draft Home Page
- AJC's Hawks Coverage
- Hoops Hype
- Inside Hoops
NBA Lottery Reviewed:
- Team-by-Team Preview
- Draft Lottery Q&A
- Several Scenarios Possible
DID YOU KNOW... This is only the second time the Hawks have ever moved up in the lottery. The team moved from #5 to #3 in 2001. Both years, Dominique Wilkins was the team's representative to the lottery proceedings. Year Name College Pick No. 2007 Al Horford
Acie Law IV
2006 Shelden Williams Duke #5 2005 Marvin Williams North Carolina #2 2004 Josh Childress Stanford #6 Josh Smith Oak Hill Academy #17 2003 Boris Diaw Pau Orthez (France) #21 2001 Pau Gasol (a) Spain #3 Jamaal Tinsley (b) Iowa State #27 2000 DerMarr Johnson Cincinnati #6 1999 Jason Terry Arizona #10 Cal Bowdler Old Dominion #17 Dion Glover Georgia Tech #20 Jumaine Jones (c) Georgia #27 1998 Roshown McLeod Duke #22 1997 Ed Gray California #22 1996 Priest Lauderdale Central State (OH) #28 1995 Alan Henderson Indiana #16
(a) Gasol was traded on draft night to the Vancouver (Memphis) Grizzlies, along with Brevin Knight and Lorenzen Wright, in exchange for Shareef Abdur-Rahim and the 27th pick in the draft
(b) Atlanta traded the draft rights to Tinsley to the Indiana Pacers for a future first-round selection. Vancouver chose Tinsley on behalf of Atlanta as part of a trade agreement.
(c) On draft night, Jones' draft rights were traded to the Philadelphia 76ers for a future first-round pick (via Toronto).