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2022 340246.6 34.8 26.2 10.2 3.0 0.1 1.1
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  • Hawks' Trae Young: Makes most of limited minutes

    Young (finger) tallied 14 points (5-5 FG, 2-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT), 11 assists, four rebounds and one steal across 21 minutes Wednesday in the Hawks' 115-114 loss to the Hornets. As expected, Young was on a minute restriction Wednesday while making his first appearance since Feb. 23 following a 23-game absence due to surgery to repair a torn tendon in his left fifth finger, but the point guard still provided strong returns for managers who chose to activate him right away. He was a bit sloppy with five turnovers in his return, but the perfect shooting night and 11 assists more than made up for it. Expect Young's minutes to remain capped again in the Hawks' next game Friday in Minnesota, though he shouldn't be quite as limited as he was Wednesday.
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  • Hawks' Trae Young: Available with minutes restriction

    Young (finger) is available for Wednesday's game against the Hornets but will have a minutes restriction, Brad Rowland of the Locked On Podcast Network reports. Coach Quin Snyder didn't specify how many minutes Young would play following his 23-game absence, but the Hawks will presumably be cautious with their point guard, even as they attempt to secure a spot in the Play-In Tournament. However, it's encouraging that the 25-year-old will be back in action, and he should give the team a significant boost, even as his playing time is being monitored.
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  • Hawks' Trae Young: Could return for Wednesday's game

    Young (finger) is nearing a return to Atlanta's lineup and could be available as early as Wednesday against Charlotte, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. He's officially listed as questionable for the contest. Young has been sidelined since late February due to a torn ligament in his left fifth finger that required surgery, but he was recently cleared for team practices and full contact. The Hawks have just three games remaining in the regular season and are fighting for a spot in the Play-In Tournament, so Young's presence would provide a boost to close out the campaign. However, once he's cleared to return, Young may face some sort of minute restriction in light of his lengthy absence.
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  • Hawks' Trae Young: Cleared for contact, still out

    The Hawks announced Monday that Young (finger) has been cleared for team practices and full contact. He remains out for Tuesday's game versus the Heat. Young tore a ligament in his left fifth finger in late February, underwent surgery a few days after and was expected to miss at least six weeks. It appears his rehab went well, as he's been cleared for full practices following his six-week checkup, but it's still unclear when he'll be ready for game action. The Hawks have four regular-season games left -- two at home versus Miami and Charlotte before a two-game road trip against Minnesota and Indiana. They'd likely want to see Young suit up for at least one of those matchups before the single-elimination showdown against Chicago during the Play-In Tournament next week.
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  • Hawks' Trae Young: Progressing, return date uncertain

    Young introduced small finger motion exercises into his rehab program last week, but he remains without a clear timeline to return to game action while he works his way back from Feb. 27 surgery to repair a torn ligament in his left fifth finger. Just over a month after having surgery, Young is said to be making progress, but he has yet to reach the point in his rehab program that he's able to take contact in practice. The Hawks have declined to rule Young out for the season nor have they offered up a definitive target date for him to resume playing, making it tough for fantasy managers in redraft leagues to continue holding the point guard in anticipation of a return that might not come. Heading into Tuesday's action, the Hawks hold a comfy 6.5-game lead over the Nets for the fourth and final spot in the Eastern Conference Play-In Tournament, so Atlanta would have some incentive to get Young back on the court before the end of the regular season. While Young has been sidelined for the last 19 games, Dejounte Murray has seen his production skyrocket, as he's averaging 25.6 points, 9.0 assists, 5.7 rebounds, 3.5 three-pointers and 1.8 steals in 37.4 minutes during that stretch.
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  • Hawks' Trae Young: Timeline for return still TBD

    Hawks head coach Quin Snyder said Monday that Young (finger) has been working "on the basic things you would do" since undergoing surgery Feb. 27 to repair a torn radial collateral ligament in the fifth finger on his left hand, but the point guard remains without a clear target date for a return, Kelly Price of Fox 5 Atlanta reports. "We're further along in it, but it's still relatively soon to be making an assessment as it pertains to when he returns." Young had been scheduled to be re-evaluated this past weekend -- four weeks following the date of his surgery -- and while the 25-year-old seems to be progressing as anticipated, his return to game action doesn't appear to be imminent. After Monday's 120-118 win over the Celtics, the Hawks sit in 10th place in the Eastern Conference standings, seven games behind the sixth-place Pacers and 5.5 games ahead of the 11th-place Nets. At this stage, Atlanta looks to be locked fairly securely into the Play-In Tournament regardless of what happens over the final three weeks of the regular season, so the team has no real need to rush Young back into action until he's medically cleared. Ideally for the Hawks, Young will play in a few games during the final week or two of the regular season to get himself fully ramped up and reconditioned for the Play-In Tournament, but it's uncertain if or when he'll be ready to do so.
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  • Hawks' Trae Young: Needs surgery, out four-plus weeks

    The Hawks announced Sunday that Young will undergo surgery Tuesday to address a tear of the radial collateral ligament in the fifth finger on his left hand. He's scheduled to be re-evaluated in four weeks following surgery. Young suffered the injury during Friday's 123-121 loss to Toronto, and an MRI on Sunday confirmed that he suffered ligament damage to his pinkie finger. Fully torn ligaments can cause chronic pain and joint instability, so undergoing surgery appears to be Young's best option to avoid longer-term problems. Since Young won't be evaluated until late in March -- once the fantasy playoffs are over in most leagues -- and could require some additional time to get fully ramped up even if he's cleared for on-court work, managers in redraft leagues may be best off moving on from him. The Hawks currently hold full control of the 10th seed in the Eastern Conference, which sets the team up for a third consecutive Play-In Tournament appearance, but ensuring smooth recovery for Young could be a greater priority for Atlanta than chasing down a playoff berth. For whatever length of time Young ends up being sidelined, Dejounte Murray should take over as the Hawks' full-time starting point guard, while the team will likely turn to a collection of other guards like Bogdan Bogdanovic, Garrison Mathews, Patty Mills and Kobe Bufkin to absorb Young's vacated minutes.
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  • Hawks' Trae Young: Ruled out for Sunday

    Young (finger) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against Orlando. Young was listed as questionable on Atlanta's initial injury report, but the Hawks ruled him out for good a couple hours later. The severity of the issue isn't known, but this puts Young's status for Tuesday against the Jazz in jeopardy. With Young out at least one game, it's likely that Bogdan Bogdanovic moves into the starting unit with Dejounte Murray sliding over to point guard.
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  • Hawks' Trae Young: Questionable against Orlando

    Young is listed as questionable for Sunday's game versus the Magic due to a left finger injury, Brad Rowland of the Locked On Podcast Network reports. Young presumably injured his finger against Toronto on Friday but was still able to log 35 minutes. If the star guard is ruled out, Bogdan Bogdanovic and Patty Mills are candidates to receive increased playing time.
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  • Hawks' Trae Young: Posts double-double

    Young racked up 12 points (4-12 FG, 2-8 3Pt, 2-2 FT), two rebounds and 12 assists over 34 minutes during Wednesday's 122-99 loss to the Hornets. Young didn't have a good shooting performance and struggled as a scoring threat, but he salvaged his fantasy stat line by delivering 12 assists -- the fifth time he posted double-digit dimes across his last six appearances. Young has been playing well of late and is averaging 24.8 points with 11.1 assists per game in six February contests.
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  • Hawks' Trae Young: Sharp facilitation Monday

    Young registered 19 points (3-14 FG, 2-10 3Pt, 11-12 FT), three rebounds and 14 assists over 36 minutes during Monday's 136-126 loss to Chicago. Young posted his 21st game of the season with at least 12 assists. He has posted just 4-for-18 shooting from beyond the arc across his last two games, but he cut down on his turnovers Monday -- posting just two turnovers after averaging 5.0 giveaways in eight prior contests.
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  • Hawks' Trae Young: Double-double in loss to Boston

    Young notched 20 points (8-25 FG, 2-10 3Pt, 2-2 FT), two rebounds, 10 assists and one steal over 38 minutes during Wednesday's 125-117 loss to the Celtics. The All-Star guard had a tough shooting night, but Young still produced his 32nd double-double of the season, sixth in the league. He's also scored at least 20 points in seven straight games since returning from a concussion, averaging 28.3 points, 11.3 assists, 4.0 threes, 1.9 steals and 1.4 boards during that time while shooting 47.5 percent from beyond the arc.
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  • Hawks' Trae Young: Continues to shoot efficiently

    Young racked up 25 points (8-14 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 6-6 FT), 12 assists, two rebounds and two steals over 36 minutes during Monday's 149-144 loss to the Clippers. Young has caught fire as a scorer and distributor of late, averaging 29.5 points and 11.5 assists while shooting 56.9 percent from the field and 60.5 percent from deep across his last four games. Though his recent level of shooting is unsustainable, Young remains in an idyllic fantasy environment due to head coach Quin Snyder's tight rotations as well as the Hawks' propensity for getting in shootouts. Atlanta has allowed at least 120 points in each of its last six games.
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  • Hawks' Trae Young: Delivers dominant 32-15 game

    Young finished Friday's 129-120 victory over the Suns with 32 points (12-17 FG, 7-11 3Pt, 1-2 FT), 15 assists, three steals, one rebound and one block across 42 minutes. Young enjoyed a blistering night from beyond the arc and an efficient night from the field overall while also clearing 10 assists for the fourth consecutive game. He turned the ball over seven times in the shootout win, but fantasy managers are more than willing to look over his shortcomings in that category if he can continue to post gaudy scoring and assist production while also chipping in some defensive stats.
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  • Hawks' Trae Young: Third straight double-double

    Young finished Tuesday's 138-122 victory over the Lakers with 26 points (9-20 FG, 6-9 3Pt, 2-2 FT), two rebounds, 13 assists and one steal over 34 minutes. The double-double was his third straight and 29th of the season -- sixth in the league, and the most among all backcourt players. Young missed three games in January due to a concussion that also may have contributed to some shooting woes, but he appears fully recovered now. During his three-game double-double streak, he's averaging 28.7 points, 12.0 assists, 3.0 threes, 2.0 steals and 1.7 boards while shooting 45.0 percent (9-for-20) from beyond the arc.
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  • Hawks' Trae Young: Big double-double in return

    Young provided 30 points (9-18 FG, 2-7 3Pt, 10-11 FT), one rebound, 11 assists and three steals over 33 minutes during Friday's 148-143 loss to the Mavericks. The 25-year-old guard produced his 27th double-double of the season while leading the Hawks in scoring in his return from a two-game absence due to a concussion, but Young's efforts paled in comparison to Luka Doncic's 73-point eruption for the Mavs. Through 10 games in January, Young has struggled to maintain his usual high level of play, averaging 22.9 points, 9.4 assists, 2.7 boards, 2.3 threes and 1.4 steals while shooting just 38.3 percent from the floor and 28.4 percent from three-point range.
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  • Hawks' Trae Young: Clears protocols, will play

    Young cleared concussion protocols and will play Friday against the Mavericks under an undisclosed minutes restriction, Kevin Chouinard of the Hawks' official site reports. Young missed back-to-back games due to a concussion but will return to action Friday. Across nine January appearances, Young has averaged 22.1 points, 9.2 assists, 2.9 rebounds and 1.2 steals in 35.3 minutes per game.
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  • Hawks' Trae Young: Questionable against Dallas

    Young (concussion) is listed as questionable for Friday's game versus the Mavericks, Brad Rowland of the Locked On Podcast Network reports. Young is in danger of missing his third straight contest Friday while in concussion protocols. Bogdan Bogdanovic and Patty Mills will likely continue to receive increased playing time if Young is ruled out.
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  • Hawks' Trae Young: Remains out against Golden State

    Young (concussion) won't play in Wednesday's game versus the Warriors, Brad Rowland of the Locked On Podcast Network reports. Young will miss his second straight game Wednesday due to a concussion he suffered against Cleveland. Bogdan Bogdanovic will likely remain in the starting lineup in Young's absence. Young's next chance to suit up is Friday's matchup with Dallas.
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  • Hawks' Trae Young: In concussion protocol, out Monday

    Young suffered a concussion in Saturday's 116-95 loss to Cleveland and won't play Monday against Sacramento, Brad Rowland of the Locked On Podcast Network reports. He finished the contest with 15 points (6-12 FG, 3-4 3Pt), five assists and one rebound in 28 minutes prior to departing. Young isn't traveling with Atlanta for the start of its two-game road trip, putting him in jeopardy of missing Wednesday's game at Golden State as well. With Young out for at least Monday's game, Dejounte Murray will take on increased usage as the Hawks' starting point guard, while supporting backcourt players such as Bogdan Bogdanovic, Garrison Mathews, Patty Mills and Trent Forrest could see expanded roles in the rotation.
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