The Atlanta Hawks signed Dwight Howard last offseason to a three-year, $70.5 million deal and his season ended with him complaining about his role on the team.

According to an informal poll of eight front office executives, the best offer the Hawks can expect to get for Howard would be a second rounder and cap relief.

Howard averaged just 26.2 minutes per game in the playoffs as he was relegated to a lesser role.

For the season, Howard averaged 13.5 points and 12.7 rebounds in 29.7 minutes per game with a PER of 20.8.

The Hawks' top offseason priority is the free agency of Paul Millsap.