The Atlanta Hawks offered four first round picks to the Indiana Pacers in exchange for Paul George at the trade deadline.
The Pacers also received trade interest in George from the Boston Celtics and Denver Nuggets.
In addition to their own picks, the Hawks own future first rounders from the Minnesota Timberwolves in 2018 and the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2019.
The Hawks' front office has since undergone significant changes, with Mike Budenholzer stepping down as president of basketball operations. Atlanta is still searching for their ultimate decision maker.
With George only one year from free agency and believed to prefer to sign with the Los Angeles Lakers, it is unlikely the Pacers will receive a package of that quality again if they revisit trade talks.