Trae Young Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 164 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 9/19/1998 (25)
Trae Young Last 10 Games
Trae Young News
Atlanta Hawks guard Trae Young (finger) will miss at least four weeks. The 25-year-old had been listed as questionable heading into Sunday's meeting with Orlando. However, he was downgraded to out just a few hours later, so many had assumed things weren't looking good. Unfortunately, it was revealed on Sunday that he suffered a ligament tear in his left pinkie and will now undergo surgery on Tuesday. It's not good news for fantasy managers, especially since Young has missed only a handful of games this season. But now that he's out of the equation, Dejounte Murray will presumably take over most of the duties at the one spot while also seeing a bump in usage. There's also room for De'Andre Hunter, who's averaged 20 points in two games without Young active this season, to get more involved on the scoring end. Also, fantasy managers are already anticipating an uptick in production from guys like Bogdan Bogdanovic and Jalen Johnson moving ahead.
Atlanta Hawks guard Trae Young (finger) won't play on Sunday versus the Orlando Magic. The exact nature of the injury remains a mystery. However, the multi-time All-Star was questionable earlier in the day on Saturday, so it's apparent the issue is more severe than initially believed. Nonetheless, fantasy managers will hope for the best. But until Young returns to the lineup, Dejounte Murray is the favorite to lead the way for the Hawks offensively. Additionally, Jalen Johnson, Saddiq Bey, and Bogdan Bogdanovic should also benefit from a production standpoint.
Atlanta Hawks guard Trae Young (finger) is questionable for Sunday's game against Orlando. He scored only 11 points on Friday night and suffered a thigh injury during the contest. However, a finger issue that might keep him off the floor on Sunday night. Young has missed only five games this season. But if he can't suit up, Dejounte Murray would be a lock for all fantasy lineups. At the same time, Bogdan Bogdanovic, Saddiq Bey, and Jalen Johnson would also benefit.
Atlanta Hawks point guard Trae Young has steered himself clear of trade rumors and wants to remain on the team. "It's this type of league where things change and happen, but obviously, my mindset is staying in Atlanta right now. I don't get caught up in the rumors and all that stuff, my contract is locked in for a couple of years, and I don't have very much to say about it right now," Young told Jameelah Johnson of atlhawksfans.com. From a personal perspective, Young is having another fantastic season, but Atlanta is on track to a losing record and missing the playoffs, which definitely isn't a pleasant situation for the star point guard or the team. This is the second season of a five-year, $215 million extension Young signed with the Hawks in 2021.