Atlanta Hawks star guard Trae Young will miss at least two games after an MRI on Thursday revealed a lateral left ankle sprain, the team announced. He has already been ruled out of Friday's game against the Miami Heat, and the team ruled him out for Sunday's game against the Milwaukee Bucks in its announcement. Young will return once the swelling and discomfort have dissipated.
Atlanta point guard Trae Young will miss the Hawks' home games against Miami on Friday night and Milwaukee on Sunday because of a sprained left ankle. Young was injured Wednesday night in a 137-127 overtime loss at the New York Knicks. X-rays in New York were negative. Young was ruled out for the next two games following an MRI in Atlanta on Thursday which showed the lateral left ankle sprain. Young had 20 points and 14 assists against the Knicks before turning the ankle when he landed after shooting a short floater with 1:13 remaining in the third quarter. He left the game and did not return. Young leads Atlanta with 25.3 points per game and he ranks third in the NBA at 9.6 assists. He missed two games with a calf injury earlier in April. ___ More AP NBA: https://apnews.com/hub/NBA and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports The Associated Press
Good news for Hawks fans after Trae Young's scary ankle injury at Madison Square Garden.