As of now, Hawks get Dunleavy Jr., Williams and pick for Korver

Credit: Curtis Compton

Credit: Curtis Compton

The Hawks are still finalizing details of the trade that will send Kyle Korver to the Cavaliers. The deal is not official and the parameters could change before it is completed. The transaction could be finalized Friday.

As it currently stands, according to a person familiar with the situation, in exchange for Korver the Hawks will get a protected first-round draft pick (Nos. 11-30) in 2019. The pick will move to a 2020 protected pick if it does not convey in 2019. Mike Dunleavy Jr. and Mo Williams will also come to the Hawks as part of the deal. To make room for two players, the Hawks must open a roster spot. They waived Ryan Kelly Friday.

The Hawks have spoken to multiple teams about Dunleavy and it is possible the guard/forward could be traded to another team. He could also remain with the Hawks who will have essentially traded Korver for Dunleavy and a first-round pick. The 36-year-old Dunleavy has played 15 seasons with five teams. He has appeared in 23 games for the Cavaliers this season and averaged 4.6 points and 2.0 rebounds in 15.9 minutes.

Williams has remained on the Cavaliers roster although he hasn’t played this season. The Hawks could waive the guard or hold on to him for a future deal. He underwent surgery remove bone spurs from the joint of the tibia and fibula in his left leg in October. The 34-year-old Williams has played for seven teams in 13 seasons.

Should the Hawks choose to waive Williams, Kelly could be re-signed to a 10-day contract. Kelly has appeared in just nine games for the Hawks.

Moving Korver to an organization where he will have chance to win a championship was part of the Hawks’ consideration in trading a player who has been an important part of the organization for four-plus seasons. Korver chose to remain with the Hawks when he was an unrestricted free agent three seasons ago.

The Hawks continue to listening to offers regarding Paul Millsap. Currently, no deal for the three-time All-Star power forward is imminent.