Standing pat: Hawks let deadline pass without major trade

ATLANTA (AP) The Atlanta Hawks have let the trade deadline pass without making any major deals.

All-Star center Al Horford and point guard Jeff Teague were the focus of many questions heading into Thursday's deadline, but both are staying put. The Hawks dealt away a pair of little-used players, Shelvin Mack and Justin Holiday, and acquired veteran guard Kirk Hinrich from Chicago.

In a three-team deal, Mack went to Utah and Holiday was shipped to Chicago. The Jazz also sent a future second-round pick to the Bulls.

Keeping their core intact, the Hawks are focused on turning things around over the final 27 games of the regular season. Top seed in the East a year ago, Atlanta has been a bit of a disappointment with a 31-24 record through the All-Star break.