Trae shouts out ‘Big Bro’ Steph after Dubs loss to Hawks originally appeared nbc sports birea
Afterwards spanking Warriors at home, Atlanta Hawks star guard Trey Young gave credit where credit was due. And on Friday night he was only a few feet away from her.
Young led his team with a 25-point, 12-assist double-double, which included six rebounds. in a 127–119 win at State Farm Arena, but he made sure to tip his hat to the other star guard in the building, Steph Curry, during his on-court postgame interview.
Young said, “He’s been like a big brother to me since he came into the league and even before that.” “He’s always giving me advice and I just appreciate him.
“He’s one of those guys who sets the blueprint for guys like me to come in and take over the league, so it’s a blessing to have someone like him mentor me, so I love it.”
Curry had a game-high 31 points, six rebounds and five assists in the Warriors’ 10th consecutive road loss.
The reigning NBA Finals MVP and 3-point god had an off shooting night from behind the arc, shooting 4 of 13 from deep.
Still, Young knows what Curry has brought and continues to bring to the game of basketball — and appreciates how that has directly affected him.
The two have maintained a special relationship over the years and have even worked together in the off-season. Young also has compared to curry Since entering the league in the 2018–19 season.
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While it is clear that Young took good notes, at the end of the day, a teacher is a teacher and a student is a student. Thankfully the exchange of respect continues.