After entering the offseason with more cap space than virtually any other NBA team, the Hawks didn't end up landing one of the summer's top free agents, but came away with a decent haul that included Paul Millsap, Jeff Teague, and Elton Brand, among others. As he looks back at the offseason and ahead to training camp, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution passes along a few tidbits on the Hawks, so let's round those up….
- As was previously reported, Atlanta assistants Quin Snyder and Kenny Atkinson both interviewed for the Sixers' head coaching opening before Brett Brown was hired. However, Snyder withdrew his name from consideration before a decision was made, according to Vivlamore.
- Adonis Thomas will likely be invited to Hawks training camp, though nothing is official yet. The former Memphis Tiger went undrafted in June, but played for Atlanta's Summer League squad in July.
- The Hawks are a good bet to carry 14 players on their regular-season roster, since GM Danny Ferry likes having some flexibility for that 15th spot, writes Vivlamore. However, the team still figures to add more players to its camp roster. In addition to Eric Dawson and David Lighty, Atlanta will probably bring two to four more players to camp, including a guard and a small forward.