DeMarre Carroll won't need to undergo surgery as he hits free agency this offseason.
Carroll was playing on a sprained knee, as well as turf toe. Carroll was unable to put any pressure on his left leg or get any elevation.
Carroll said he probably would have been out three to four weeks had the injuries occurred in the regular season.
Carroll left the door open on a return to the Hawks pending free agency talks with other clubs.
League sources told ESPN's Kevin Arnovitz that the high appraisal for Carroll is four years and $50 million.