The Atlanta Hawks are shaking things up at the point guard position.
According to Yahoo's Marc Spears, the Hawks have traded veteran point guard Mike Bibby to the Wizards as part of a multi-player deal that will send Kirk Hinrich to Atlanta.
In addition to Hinrich, the Hawks will reportedly receieve center Hilton Armstrong. Meanwhile, joining Bibby on the way to D.C., will be Jordan Crawford, Mo Evans and a first-round draft pick.
Hinrich has put up modest numbers this season — as he has for most of his career, really. He's started 29 of the 48 games he's played in, and is averaging 11 points and four assists. While he doesn't doing anything tremendously great, he's a solid player who should solidify the position for the Hawks.