Add him to the roster ‼️
— Atlanta Hawks (@ATLHawks) July 6, 2022
Holiday, 25, is 6-foot-0 and was acquired by the Suns from the Wizards in February for cash. He appeared in 22 games with Phoenix, averaging 6.8 points and 3.4 assists.
Overall last season (Wizards and Suns), he appeared in 63 games. He spent the first three seasons of his NBA career (2018-21) with the Pacers.
Per Lauren L. Williams of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Holiday’s deal with Atlanta is one year for the veteran’s minimum.
He is the brother of Bucks guard Jrue Holiday and Hawks swingman Justin Holiday, recently acquired from the Kings. The Justin Holiday trade with Sacramento has yet to be officially announced, however.