Multiple front offices came away from conversations with the Atlanta Hawks that Trae Young could become available this offseason, reports Jake Fischer of Yahoo Sports.
The potential availability of Young could hinge on how the Hawks play over the remainder of the season.
The Hawks shopped Dejounte Murray for several weeks and decided to keep him at this juncture after not finding any offers to match their valuation of him. Murray is set to begin Year 1 of a four-year, $114 million deal next season.
The Hawks presumably would get a much more significant trade return if they make Young available.
After the 22-23 season, there were rumors that Young could be made available.
The Los Angeles Lakers and San Antonio Spurs are two teams that have been linked with Young should he hit the trade market.