The Atlanta Hawks could be one of the busiest teams in the next couple of weeks should they end up talking business with several teams. Kent Bazemore, Dewayne Dedmon and Taurean Prince are reportedly up for grabs, three cagers who could be wearing new uniforms after Feb. 7.

Bazemore has been mentioned often in recent weeks alongside Jeremy Lin. As mentioned in a previous report, one team who could use the duo would be the Utah Jazz. The reason behind it is because the 29-year-old swingman does carry the offensive sock to aid the Jazz who are in search of added firepower. Other teams linked to six-foot-five Bazemore include the Houston Rockets and the New Orleans Pelicans, which are in need of wing shooters that can also play good defense.

Aside from Bazemore, a player that the Bleacher Report sees as having the most trade value is Taurean Prince. He is only 24 years old and the only one with a guaranteed year on his contract. He is due to make $3.48 million in the 2019-2020 NBA season.

For this NBA season, Prince has been averaging 13.9 points per outing and shooting 37-percent from the three-point region.  Curiously, Prince is coming off minutes restriction after dealing with an ankle injury he suffered last Dec. 3.

Dewayne Dedmon, on the other hand, is in the final year of his two-year $14.1 million deal. Standing seven-feet and owning career averages of 10.1 points per game, shooting 38.2-percent from the three-point region, he looms as a good addition for teams in need of height and extra offense without guarantees after the current NBA season.

Including Lin, that makes four Hawks that could be playing for new teams after the February trade deadline. It is likely that different teams will come and inquire about each of the players – meaning the Hawks will truly be busy in the coming weeks.

As of this writing, only interest from some teams has been mentioned. Nothing has gone beyond that, with Atlanta and the teams interested in Bazemore, Dedmon, Lin and Prince likely looking for a win-win deal.

Kent Bazemore The Atlanta Hawks are offering Bazemore, Dedmon and Prince to other NBA teams. Kent Bazemore #24 of the Atlanta Hawks reacts after being charged with a travel against the Washington Wizards at State Farm Arena on December 5, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. Photo: Getty Images/Kevin C. Cox

Right now, the Hawks are believed to be rebuilding around Trae Young. Future picks would make sense or rising players from other teams who want more playing time and mold their talents.