9 turnovers lined up most of the self “You have to handle the ball more carefully”
The Hawks, who overturned most expectations and won the East Conference Finals, have finished the second round of the series with Bucks and are even 1 win and 1 loss.
The Hawks won the first leg in the enemy territory, but could not stop the onslaught of Bucks in the second leg held on the 25th, and lost 91-125. Ace’s Trae Young scored 15 goals with 6 out of 16 field goals in front of Bucks’ defense, and although he shot 8 of his favorite 3-point shots, he suffered only one success. In addition, Hawks had 11 turnovers throughout the match in the first round, but on that day he committed 13 turnovers by half-time and 19 turnovers throughout the match. Young himself in the command tower also made many mistakes with 9 turnovers, which was on par with the worst career.
Young commented on Bucks that day, “The opponent’s appearance was not much different from the first match, but it was more aggressive than the previous match.” Young, who is keenly aware of the responsibility for the defeat, is enthusiastic that he will “play better” for the third round, which will be held back home.
“It’s all my fault. I have to handle the ball more carefully. At least I have to bring it to the shoot. There are too many 9 turnovers. I’ll definitely play better in the next game than today. I was increasing my physical strength. We have to do the same. “
“I knew my opponent would win anyway, and as the match progressed, Bucks had decided most of the shots to hit. There are also matches like this. It’s a shame that it’s become today’s match. But I’ll make up for it. “
Round 3 will take place in Atlanta on the 27th.