Over the course of this past season, Trae Young was periodically bombarded with rumors of him being unenthused with the Hawks’ management. Yahoo Sports NBA Insider Jake Fischer recently reported that Atlanta is open to dealing with anyone but him.
Imaginably, the microscope of the association has, of course, done its best to catch Young in the act within team affiliation without looking any sort of negative. Mainly per expression.
The 24-year-old Texas native has earlier denied making any noise throughout the 2022–23 campaign. Although Young has voiced his prideful Hawk stripes and engagement several times, like Chris Paul said on Good Morning America, anything can happen in this league.
Many times, when it sounds a tad serious in reference to the face of a franchise’s feelings, we know what becomes inevitable at this point. Potential change creeps in. Young remains under contract through 2027 after inking his monster five-year deal well north of $200 million in summer 2021.
Hypothetically, if the two-time All-Star were to insanely unexpectedly ask out, there is one likable deal that would shake the universe. Leaving people erupting and then some.