Hawks general manager Travis Schlenk discusses the team's philosophy of rebuilding with young players.

Hawks (lengthy) draft pick summary

As the Hawks continue their rebuild, general manager Travis Schlenk reminded again that the team could have as many as three first-round draft picks next season. The team added Trae Young, Kevin Huerter and Omari Spellman in the 2018 draft and all could make an impact this season with the start of training camp on Tuesday.

The Hawks could also have up to three second-round draft picks next year.

Here is the current draft pick summary for the next seven years:

2019

First round

Own

Cleveland (if 11-30)

Dallas (if 6-30)

Second round

Own or to Washington (if 56-60)

Minnesota or Los Angeles Lakers via Cleveland (less favorable)

Charlotte

2020

First round

Own

Cleveland (11-30 if not already settled)

Dallas (6-30 if not already settled)

Second round

Own

2021

First round

Own

Dallas (4-30 if not already settled)

Second round

Own

Cleveland (if first rounder not conveyed)

2022

First round

Own

Dallas (4-30 if not already settled)

Oklahoma City (if 15-30)

Second round

Own

Cleveland (if first rounder not conveyed)

2023

First round

Own

Dallas (if not already settled)

Second round

Own

Charlotte

Right to swap Brooklyn for less favorable of Own and Charlote

2024

First round

Own

Second round

Own

Oklahoma City (if first round not conveyed)

2025

First round

Own

Second round

Own

Brooklyn

Oklahoma City (if first round not conveyed)

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