The Atlanta Hawks were aggressive in this past offseason in hopes of competing soon. They are currently one of the teams competing for a lower seed in the Eastern Conference. This has been on the backs of Trae Young and John Collins. The roster could look a bit different next season and that is not the worst thing for the Hawks.
Atlanta already sent Rajon Rondo to the Los Angeles Clippers. He was one of their offseason acquisitions that did not workout. Collins was offered a $90 million contract extension in the offseason but did not accept. His future with the team is unknown at this moment.
The Hawks will have the ability to make him the qualifying offer in free agency. Ultimately, Atlanta will have decisions to make and Oladipo could be in the mix. Along with Young, Oladipo would be part of a dynamic backcourt. This is something that should be a point of interest for any free agent.
The Hawks are not afraid to spend and will look at the top names on the market. It will be interesting to see which direction they decide to go. If Oladipo shows interest, it is hard to imagine the Hawks do not bring him in for meetings.