NEW YORK (AP) — A crowd that waited eight years to see another Knicks playoff game needed just minutes to make Trae Young its target.
Young heard the fans’ hate. Then he silenced them.
“I’ve always looked at it that I’m doing something right if I’m affecting them with my play that much that they hate me that much,” he said. “I’m obviously doing something right and just got to let my play do the talking.”
Young made a runner in the lane with 0.9 seconds left to give the Atlanta Hawks a 107-105 victory over . . .