The Hawks have watched their competition in the Eastern Conference improve, but they are in no rush to make a hasty move.
According to a league source, the Hawks are content with their current roster.
"You always have to look to get better, especially if you're not of a Laker or Boston character," coach Larry Drew said. "...I don't know that it means that we're panicking and we do anything. We have to always entertain the fact, 'Can we do something to make our team better?' We can never be satisfied and that's what our upper branch is doing."
Atlanta is 19-12 despite losing Joe Johnson for nine games following elbow surgery.
"Anything is possible, anything can happen," Jamal Crawford said. "But they've been so committed to the core guys here. Miami made all these changes and Boston made changes. We really stayed pat for the most part."