And by ever I'm talking about all the big leagues in North America. Their one and only championship was 1958 as the St. Louis Hawks. The franchise relocated to Atlanta in 1968, and since then they've had one conference finals appearance (2015), where they were soundly swept by LeBron. They have a few division titles and a few of their players/coaches have won some accolades, but 50+ years in Georgia, and yet just one trip past round 2. They are never good enough to become a contender and yet despite having some stinkers of a season, are either not bad enough for a top-3 pick or don't draft well when they do. It looks like Trae Young for Luka Doncic might not blow up in their face but we still don't know how that will shake out. They also are not really a UFA destination, who was their last big-name UFA to sign with them? I thought it was Joe Johnson in 2005 but the Hawks did a sign and trade for him. Despite being in a large-ish market (and one that is home to TNT), no one really talks about them. They had a stretch of 9 straight playoff appearances but they were never title contenders and never had a superstar talent on the roster, so they rarely got any attention from the rest of the NBA. Even in Atlanta there seems to be apathetic enthusiasm for them unless they are having a 2015-ish season, which rarely happens anyway. So what say you? Who else in the world of North American sports would challenge the Atlanta Hawks for this "title"?