By PAUL NEWBERRY
AP Sports Writer
ATLANTA (AP) - After two summers of jarring change, the Atlanta Hawks are expecting a lot quieter offseason.
Not that they're planning to sit still.
The Hawks will surely have some new faces next season, whether it's from the 15th pick in the draft or a plunge into free agency. But the team already has the guys it wants to build around - a group includes All-Star forward Paul Millsap, point guard Jeff Teague, long-range shooter Kyle Korver and center Al Horford, who missed most of the season with an injury.
Horford's return will be a huge boost to the lineup without any changes. That said, coach Mike Budenholzer expects the Hawks to keep adding to the mix after everyone cleaned out their lockers Monday and headed into the summer break.
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