Atlanta Hawks point guard Trae Young will miss Sunday's game against the Brooklyn Nets due to a hamstring injury, per Malika Andrews of ESPN.
As far as this season, a right ankle sprain suffered against the Miami Heat on Oct. 29 forced him off the court for the rest of that contest and the entirety of the Hawks' Halloween matchup, also versus Miami.
A similar scenario occurred in December when Young suffered another right ankle sprain on Dec. 27 against the Milwaukee Bucks and left that game.
However, Atlanta is a young and rebuilding team based around a core of recent first-round picks, including nightly double-double threat John Collins and rookie wings Cam Reddish and De'Andre Hunter.
The Hawks did not start a true point guard, with Reddish, Huerter and Hunter rounding out the guard and wing spots next to Collins and Bruno Fernando.