Young amassed 21 points (5-23 FG, 2-11 3Pt, 9-11 FT), 10 assists and three rebounds in 43 minutes during Sunday's 103-96 victory over the 76ers.
Coming into the game with a shoulder injury, Young was unable to find his rhythm on the offensive end of the floor. That is until the final quarter when shots started dropping for him and he scored 10 of his 21 total points. The fact that the Hawks were able to secure the series on the road, and with Young offering little in the way of scoring, certainly bodes well for their chances against the Bucks. That said, it is likely the Bucks put up more resistance than the 76ers did, especially on the defensive end.
Young (shoulder) will be available for Sunday's Game 7 against the 76ers.
Young has been battling discomfort in his right shoulder for most of the series, but the issue isn't serious enough to truly jeopardize his status. The star guard certainly did not appear overly affected in Games 5 and 6, when he put up 39 and 34 points, respectively, while playing 40 minutes in both contests. Young tacked on 12 assists, five rebounds and three steals in Game 6, though the Hawks' fourth-quarter rally fell short.
Young (shoulder) is probable for Sunday's Game 7 against the 76ers, Chris Kirschner of The Athletic reports.
Young continues to deal with a shoulder injury, but it hasn't slowed him down recently, as he's averaged 32.7 points, 12.3 assists, 3.3 rebounds and 2.3 steals across the past three games. He's struggled from two-point range during this stretch, but he's shot 37.0 percent from deep and is making 8.7 free throws per game at an 81.3 percent clip.
Young notched 34 points (13-30 FG, 5-10 3Pt, 3-5 FT), 12 assists, five rebounds and three steals across 40 minutes in Friday's loss to the 76ers.
Young notched his third 30-point performance and his fourth double-double on the series, but his efforts weren't enough, and the Hawks couldn't close out the Sixers at home. The star point guard should play a pivotal role in Game 7 on Sunday since he's averaging 30.3 points and 11.0 assists per game in this series.
Young (shoulder) will play in Friday's Game 6 against the 76ers, Mike Conti of the Atlanta Hawks Radio Network reports.
As expected, Young will continue to play through right shoulder soreness. In the series, he's averaging 29.6 points, 10.8 assists, 2.0 rebounds and 1.8 steals in 38.8 minutes. He's coming off a 39-point performance in Game 5.
Young (shoulder) is listed as probable for Friday's Game 6 against the 76ers, Brad Rowland of Locked On Hawks reports.
The dynamic guard has been battling soreness in his right shoulder for the last few games, and while he still may not be at 100 percent, there's almost no chance that Young won't continue to play through any discomfort. After putting up 25 points and 18 assists in Game 4, Young followed up with 39 points (17-19 FG), seven assists and three steals in Wednesday night's wild, come-from-behind victory that pushed the Hawks ahead 3-2 in the series. Through five games, Young is torching the Sixers to the tune of 29.6 points, 10.8 assists and 1.8 steals per game, though he's shooting just 31.7 percent from three for the series.
Young finished with 39 points (10-23 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 17-19 FT), seven assists, three steals and a rebound across 40 minutes in Wednesday's win over the 76ers.
Young scored 13 of his 39 points in the fourth quarter and once again played a key role in Atlanta's upset win over Philadelphia -- the Hawks have now taken two out of three games at Wells Fargo Center with the star point guard as the team's undisputed leader on offense. Young has scored at least 30 points just twice in the current series, but his offensive impact has been undeniable -- he has four games with at least 25 points and three double-doubles.
Young (shoulder) will play in Wednesday's Game 5 against the 76ers, Brad Rowland of PeachtreeHoops.com reports.
As expected, Young is available for Game 5 after leading the Hawks to a Game 4 victory on Monday to tie the series 2-2. The star point guard posted 25 points, 18 assists, four rebounds and a steal in his last appearance, and the shoulder issue shouldn't hinder his playmaking ability too much for Game 5. He's averaged 27.3 points and 11.8 assists in 38.5 minutes per game against the Sixers in this series.
Young is probable for Wednesday's Game 5 against the Sixers with right shoulder soreness, Sarah K. Spencer of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
The 22-year-old put up 25 points (8-26 FG, 3-11 3Pt, 6-8 FT), 18 assists, four rebounds and a steal in 40 minutes during Monday's Game 4 victory, though he's now nursing a sore shoulder. The injury won't affect Young's availability for a pivotal Game 5, though it's worth keeping an eye on the issue throughout the contest.
Young recorded 25 points (8-26 FG, 3-11 3Pt, 6-8 FT), 18 assists, four rebounds and a steal across 40 minutes in Monday's 103-100 win over the 76ers in Game 4 of the series.
Young paced the Hawks in both points and assists, dishing out a career high in dimes and making two clutch free throws to seal the win in the fourth quarter. The star point guard became the first player to record at least 25 points and 18 assists in a playoff game since Tim Hardaway in 1991, and he's also the youngest player in NBA history to record at least 18 dimes in a playoff game. Young has now scored at least 20 points in every one of his nine playoff contests to date.
Young mustered 28 points (9-17 FG, 3-6 3Pt, 7-8 FT), eight assists and two steals across 37 minutes in Friday's loss to the 76ers.
Young carried the Hawks offensively and was the only Atlanta player who finished with more than 25 points, though that shouldn't be a surprise considering how good he's been all year long -- the star point guard has notched at least 27 points in six of his eight postseason appearances to date. He's averaging 28.8 points per game during the current playoff run.
Young mustered 21 points (6-16 FG, 1-7 3Pt, 8-9 FT), 11 assists, three rebounds and a steal across 38 minutes in Tuesday's loss to the 76ers.
Young has scored at least 21 points in every playoff game so far and while he delivered his fourth double-double of the current postseason run, he also struggled badly from beyond the arc. The star point guard remains Atlanta's best player by a wide margin, though, as he's averaging 28.9 points and 10.0 assists per game despite shooting just 32.2 percent from three in seven playoff contests.
Young mustered 35 points (11-23 FG, 4-11 3Pt, 9-9 FT), 10 assists, two rebounds and two steals across 39 minutes in Sunday's 128-124 win over Philadelphia in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals round.
Young continues to play at a high level in the current postseason run, scoring at least 30 points in four of his six appearances. Young also has three double-doubles in that six-game stretch and has dished out at least seven dimes in each outing, meaning Young has been impressive in other ways outside of his scoring.
Young recorded 36 points (10-28 FG, 3-11 3Pt, 13-15 FT), nine assists, four rebounds and two steals across 41 minutes in Wednesday's Game 5 win over the Knicks.
Young didn't have his best shooting performance, but he took more free throws in this one than he had in his last three games combined. The third-year guard looked impressive in the series against the Knicks, averaging 29.2 points and 9.8 assists per game, and he'll look to carry that high level of play into the second round of the playoffs against the Sixers.
Young logged 27 points (9-21 FG, 4-14 3Pt, 5-5 FT), nine assists, one rebound and a steal in 33 minutes during Sunday's 113-96 Game 4 victory over the Knicks.
Young struggled with shooting the ball from three-point range in Sunday's win, as he made only 28.6 percent of shots from deep off 14 attempts. The guard only played 33 minutes as he picked up three early fouls in the first half, and then in the second half, the game became a blowout in the fourth quarter, so Young got some rest.
Young scored a team-high 21 points (8-19 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 3-4 FT) while adding 14 assists and a rebound in 37 minutes during Friday's 105-94 win over the Knicks in Game 3.
While New York was essentially a one-man show behind Derrick Rose's 30 points, Atlanta had seven different players hit for double digits as Young kept the offense flowing. It's his second double-double in the series so far, and the superstar point guard is averaging 27.7 points, 10.3 assists, 3.0 boards and 2.3 threes to propel the Hawks to a 2-1 lead.
Young registered 30 points (11-20 FG, 4-7 3Pt, 4-4 FT), seven assists and one rebound in 35 minutes during Wednesday's 101-92 loss to the Knicks.
The 22-year-old scored 30-plus points for the second straight game, a span in which he's averaging 31.0 points, 8.5 assists, 4.0 rebounds and 2.5 three-pointers on 51.1 percent field-goal shooting. Young has carried over his stellar 88.6 percent free-throw shooting from the regular season and is now a perfect 13-of-13 from the charity stripe so far in the series. The third-year guard will look to keep up his impressive scoring pace in Game 3 on Friday.
Young had 32 points (11-23 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 9-9 FT), 10 assists and seven rebounds in Sunday's Game 1 win over the Knicks.
In a back-and-forth game that was close throughout, Young led the way for the Hawks and drilled a game-winning floater with less than a second to play. Young attempted only two three-pointers in his 35 minutes, but he was successful around the rim and went a perfect 9-of-9 at the free-throw line. Atlanta is off Monday and Tuesday before Wednesday's Game 2 at Madison Square Garden.
Young (toe) has been cleared to play Sunday against the Rockets, Sarah Spencer of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Young was listed as questionable, but he's been cleared to take the floor as the Hawks finish out the regular season. Atlanta is locked into the No. 5 seed -- and a matchup against the Knicks -- so it's possible Young could see his minutes limited.
Young (toe) is probable for Sunday's game against Houston, Brad Rowland of PeachtreeHoops.com reports.
Young is likely to play in the team's last game of the regular season despite big toe soreness. He's coming off a lackluster 18-point showing across 26 minutes in his last game Thursday against Orlando.
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