You can lay out any number of New Year’s resolutions and identify ways in which you’ll finally start living your best life. Left unsaid in this tradition, of course, is the admission that the last year wasn’t everything it could have been. There are reasons we’re all resolving to change for the better, right? NBA teams are no different. They all have hopes and dreams for the upcoming calendar change and different pathways to reach those places. They also have a year’s worth of regrets, and before we can spring forward into the clean slate of 2020, we must remember where things went wrong in 2019. For more NBA news analysis and conversations with the league’s most prominent figures, download and subscribe to the Full 48 podcast. Buoyed by Trae Young’s second-half surge, John Collins’ steep ascension, Kevin Huerter’s smooth NBA transition and De’Andre Hunter’s polished skill set, the Atlanta Hawks had reason to expect—or at least hope—they would compete for a playoff berth. Instead, they’re saddled with an anemic .182 winning percentage that’s the Association’s worst and their second-lowest in fra...