Trae Young Continues Rehabilitation from Finger Surgery with no Return to Lineup

Atlanta Hawks announced on Tuesday that Trae Young, their All-Star guard, will be moving forward with his recovery process from finger surgery. However, they still do not know when he will be able to play again.

Young had surgery on his left pinkie finger on February 27th to repair a torn ligament. He had a one-month follow-up examination, which indicated that he is making progress in his recovery. This week, he will begin small finger motion exercises.

The team has not provided a specific timeline for his return to the court. The Hawks are currently holding the final play-in spot in the Eastern Conference with about three weeks left in the regular season. Since Young’s injury on February 23rd, the Hawks have played 15 games and won eight of them. Young had been averaging 26.4 points and 10.8 assists per game before his injury.

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