2. , the Hawks struggled to get much of anything going on offense, shooting a season low 33% from the field. With his top-tier scoring (28.9 points per game) and playmaking (8.4 assists per game) abilities, Young is a crucial part of the Hawks’ offense, which looked listless without him. Two-way player and backup point guard Brandon Goodwin started in Young’s stead but couldn’t get much going, tallying eight points, four rebounds and three assists. (Kevin Huerter led with five assists, to go with eight points and five rebounds). The Hawks also struggled to get to the line (going 10-for-11 to the Nets’ 16-for-29), which is a strength of Young’s, and failed to capitalize off the Nets’ 24 turnovers.