Report: Hawks acquire No. 4 pick from Pelicans, targeting Virginia's Hunter
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The Atlanta Hawks are reportedly moving up the draft board and have their eyes set on selecting Virginia's De'Andre Hunter, league sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

Atlanta reportedly acquired the No. 4, pick, the No. 57 selection, and veteran forward Solomon Hill from the New Orleans Pelicans on Thursday in exchange for Nos. 8, 17, and 35 as well as a heavily protected 2020 first-rounder, which previously belonged to the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Hill, 28, has one more season on his current contract valued at $13.3 million.

The Pelicans received the No. 4 pick from the Los Angeles Lakers as part of the reported Anthony Davis blockbuster. As the Davis trade has not been made official, the Lakers would make the selection on the Hawks' behalf.

While Atlanta will apparently target Hunter with the No. 4 pick, The Athletic's Shams Charania reports that Duke guard Cam Reddish is also on the team's shortlist.

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