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The 2014-15 60-Win Atlanta Hawks: Where Are They Now?


How time flies huh?

Back in 2014-15, the Atlanta Hawks were the surprise team of the NBA, winning a franchise-record 60 games en route to the first seed in the East over LeBron and the Cavs and an Eastern Conference Finals appearance.

The five starters of Jeff Teague, Kyle Korver, DeMarre Carroll, Paul Millsap and Al Horford were all named Players of the Month in February of 2015, as the team did not lose a game in that span, and four of the five starters, minus Carroll, were all named Eastern Conference All-Stars.


But with the recent news of Paul Millsap signing a 3-year, $90 million deal with the Denver Nuggets, none of the starters from that magical season remain on the roster. All five of them have signed somewhere else for contracts worth a combined $342 million in total.

So where are they now?

DeMarre Carroll

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Carroll was the first to leave as an unrestricted free agent following the 2014-15 season. He signed a four-year, $60 million contract with the Raptors and has two years remaining on the deal.

Jeff Teague


Teague was traded to the Pacers last summer as the Hawks got a first-round pick (Taurean Prince) in return. After playing last season for Indiana, Teague recently agreed to a three-year, $57 million contract with the Timberwolves as an unrestricted free agent.

Al Horford

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Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

Horford signed a max deal with the Celtics for four years, $113 million as an unrestricted free agent last summer after he could not come to terms with the Hawks.

Kyle Korver


Korver was traded to the Cavaliers before the deadline in a deal that returned a 2019 protected first round pick. After being a part of the Cavaliers team that reached the NBA Finals, he recently agreed to remain in Cleveland on a three-year, $22 million deal as an unrestricted free agent.

Paul Millsap


Millsap re-signed with the Hawks following the 60-win season on a three-year deal that included a player option. He opted out this summer and became an unrestricted free agent. He agreed to a three-year, $90 million contract with the Nuggets.