Trae Young showed impressive performance after the All-star period when setting a new personal record before the highly-rated rival Miami Heat.
Trae Young set a new personal record with 50 points, while the Atlanta Hawks went on a 10-0 series at the end of the game to beat Miami Heat at home with a score of 129-124. The All-star defender has a performance of 8-15 from outside the 3-point line and 18-19 from the free-throw line.
A new face of All-star striker Bam Adebayo scored an impressive double-double with 28 points and 19 rebounds, the highest number of rebounds a Heat player has made this season. The defending Skills Challenge champion also contributed 7 more assists.
Miami Heat took the lead after the first half, but the bad finish caused them to pay the first price of the second half when the home team scored 15 points continuously. Jimmy Butler ended the opponent’s momentum with a shot on the back of the basket, setting the stage for guests to come back in the first half and Goran Dragic made Heat lead 64-63 before entering the break with two free throws.
That gap increased to 7 points after the third half. However, the last 12 minutes of the match was Trae Young’s own stage. The 21-year-old defender made the Hawks’ first successful throw in the fourth half, before performing the trick to trick Andre Iguodala in the next phase. Young’s long throw equalized the score 97-97.
Finals MVP 2015 responded with two consecutive shots to help the visitors regain the lead. Even so, Young has not stopped here. He scored 14 of the first 18 points for the home team in the fourth half. His foul situation equalized 119-119.
Heat scored another 5 points, but they could not keep this advantage for long. De’Andre Hunter equalized the score with a 3-point throw before Cam Reddish stole the ball in Goran Dragic’s hand to score when the game was 31 seconds away.