ATLANTA (AP) -- Devin Harris said Wednesday he can't wait to see the new-look Atlanta Hawks.
After a busy offseason with new general manager Danny Ferry, the new-look began to take shape on Wednesday.
The Hawks announced their trades of Joe Johnson to the Nets and Marvin Williams to the Jazz for Harris were official.
The signing of guard Lou Williams was apparently still awaiting league approval.
Harris, the veteran point guard, told The Associated Press he likes Ferry's "big moves."
The biggest move was trading Johnson, the six-time All-Star with four years and 90 million left on his contract, for guards Anthony Morrow, Jordan Farmar and DeShawn Stevenson, forwards Jordan Williams and Johan Petro, and the Nets' second-round pick in 2017.
The only remaining holdovers from the squad that lost to Boston in the first round of the playoffs are center Al Horford, forward Josh Smith, point guard Jeff Teague and backup center Zaza Pachulia. Other backups may be re-signed.
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