Hawks coach Larry Drew said the team is not in a hurry to make a roster move to fill the void left by the loss of two-time All-Star Al Horford.

Horford will miss three to four months with a torn pectoral muscle in his left shoulder, the team announced Thursday. He has yet to have surgery.

Drew said Saturday morning that the team will continue to evaluate the situation.

"There is nothing been discussed [about a roster move]," Drew told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. "Right now we are still in the evaluation stage because we are [at home] for another three games.