Trae Young’s “frustrated” season is over, looking forward to next year
Due to the “bubble” situation of 22 NBA teams, the Atlanta Hawks have actually ended the 2019-20 season.
Before the game was suspended, the Eagles’ point guard Trae Young had a breakthrough season, averaging 29.6PPG and 9.3APG per game.
Young spoke to reporters on Wednesday and shared his views on the end of the Eagles season.
“I’m frustrated. Obviously I want to play. I understand what the NBA does and respect their decisions. But I’m a bit frustrated because I want to play.” ESPN.
Obviously, Yang has been eager for the game, because he participated in ESPN’s H-O-R-S-E competition a few months ago and participated in a local organized competition last week.
“It’s been a long time for me, for example, I didn’t know that it would take me three months to not play the last game,” Young continued.
Young said he has been in contact with his teammates, especially Cam Reddish, Kevin Huerter, John Collins and Clint Capella.
43-year-old Vince Carter is a player who is no longer a teammate.
Jan Carter said: “I am very happy that he can achieve 22 years in the NBA, which is unprecedented, and I don’t know if this will be broken.”
If they hope to enter the playoffs in 2021, Jan Trey and the Hawks will have a lot of work to do.
This post is written by Chris Heckmann