According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski and Malika Andrews’ double report, Trajan was reportedly excluded from Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Bucks.
According to their report, Yang will miss Tuesday’s game due to a deep bone contusion in his right foot and will continue to recover, hoping to return in the fifth game on Thursday.
Yang retired from Sunday’s game at the end of the third quarter: he backed up after a mistake, stepped on the referee’s foot, and appeared to sprain his ankle. He was only absent for a few minutes, even though he admitted that he was “a little sore” and his ability to move was hindered by injuries.
After re-entering Sunday’s game, Yang made only one three-pointer on 1 of 4 shots and also made a mistake in the 113-102 loss. He ended the game with 35 points, 12 of 23 shots (14 of 3 shots, 6 points) and 4 assists.
Atlanta confirmed ESPN’s report and issued an injury report before reporting it. Except for Young, the Hawks will be without Brandon Goodwin (minor respiratory illness) and DeAndre Hunt (right meniscus surgery).Louis Williams will play Instead of young.
One @emoryhealthcare Injury report against Milwaukee tonight:
Bogdan Bogdanovic (sore right knee): Available
Trae Young (right foot bone contusion): Out
Brandon Goodwin (Minor Respiratory Disease): Out
De’Andre Hunter (Right Meniscus Surgery): Out pic.twitter.com/kTUT5kzUvI
-Atlanta Hawks (@ATLHawks) June 29, 2021
When the Bucks visit Atlanta on Tuesday, the Hawks will seek to avoid falling into a 3-1 hole on Tuesday. Without Yang in the lineup, it would undoubtedly be even more difficult: He averaged 29.8 points per game, shot 42.7% from the field and 32.6% from the three-point range. In the playoffs, he averaged 9.5 assists and 1.3 steals per game.