Travis Schlenk celebrated his 3rd anniversary as the Hawks’ basic supervisor last month and goes into one of the most special offseasons that we’ve seen in NBA history. It’s likewise an important one for the Hawks as they seek to accelerate their rebuild and make the playoffs for the very first time since the 2016-17 season.

Atlanta is among the most fascinating groups to keep an eye on when the offseason begins because it’ll have the most cap space in the league, a potential No. 1 overall pick in the draft and some huge roster choices, such as John Collins’ agreement extension and whether it need to think about combination trades to start turning pledge into recognized products.

Before the offseason officially starts for the Hawks, we’re going to look back over Schlenk’s finest and most-questionable decisions as the team’s GM. Below are what we consider his most questionable moves to date. On Monday, I blogged about his finest …