If at first the picture was a bit fuzzy in reference to the kind of team that new Hawks general manager Danny Ferry wanted to build, then it's becoming much clearer just a few weeks into his tenure.
On Monday, Ferry's latest acquisition became official, with the Hawks' receiving 6-foot-7 forward Kyle Korver from Chicago in exchange for cash considerations, providing another glimpse into the plan.
With the addition of Korver, the Hawks now possess two of the NBA's top nine active leaders in three-point shooting percentage. Korver is tied for eighth at 41.3 percent while Anthony Morrow, acquired from New Jersey as part of the Joe Johnson trade, ranks fifth at 42.6 percent.
Also, with the team's first-round pick in June, Ferry took Vanderbilt guard John Jenkins, who brings with him a 43.8 percentage on three-pointers during his three-year NCAA career -- an ability he will attempt to carry over to the NBA.
Here's what Ferry said about Korver in a statement announcing the move: "I ap...