Cam Reddish has been an Atlanta Hawk since 2019, when the Hawks took him with the #10 pick, and on a regular basis since then, he’s been mentioned in trade rumors, which appears to be happening again now.
Reddish, who missed a big chunk of the season but came back late during the playoffs, is being talked about as a trade target, partly due to Atlanta’s depth.
Ironically, Jalen Johnson, who played at Duke briefly before quitting to concentrate on his pro career, might give the Hawks the flexibility to do something else with Reddish. But Johnson is still unproven and if Atlanta wants to trade Reddish for a first round pick and whatever else they might get, there’s plenty of time to see how Johnson works out.
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