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A roundup of the Hawks' exit interviews, and what you need to know

The team made closing statements, here's what was said.

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The Atlanta Hawks season has come to a conclusion, and we are officially in offseason mode. The team had their exit interviews on Monday, where it would be the last time we hear from the players for a while. We have the highlights for you here, where you might get the answers you want to some questions you might have.

Al Horford

Take what you will from these tweets you're about to see. Al Horford's contract is up, and he will be an unrestricted free agent this summer. He's had a great tenure here in Atlanta, and right now his future is up in the air.

Here's what Horford had to say Monday:

Make this what you will, but we're a couple of months away from free agency.

Horford also said that he will work on his post game, per Chris Vivlamore of the AJC, "That is a point of emphasis that I will try to be better in the post and be able to put the ball down a little more."

Dennis Schröder

Schröder mentioned that he would like to be the starting point guard, but added that when it happens, it will happen. There was no urgency or ultimatum set. He also told reporters that he would be joining the German national team this summer.

Jeff Teague

Jeff Teague told reporters that he planned to spend time in Indiana during the offseason to heal himself, and had a little bit more than just wear and tear on his knees and ankles.

Teague was also reassuring in his self-assessment:

Other notes

  • Thabo Sefolosha said he does not know if he will play internationally this summer.
  • Lamar Patterson and Edy Tavares will be Summer League.
  • Paul Millsap said the loss is going to bother him all summer.

You can view the full interviews on the Atlanta Hawks official Facebook page.