Hawks All-Star Trae Young Wipes IG Of All Hawks Imagery Off Instagram [Look]

Recently, basketball fans and social media enthusiasts were taken aback when Trae Young, the star point guard of the Atlanta Hawks, made a surprising move by wiping his Instagram account clean of all things Atlanta Hawks imagery.

This unexpected action sparked a wave of speculation and raised eyebrows among fans, media outlets, and sports analysts alike. Many were left wondering about the potential implications of such a move and what it could mean for the future of Young’s career with the Hawks.

While such actions on social media platforms are not uncommon among athletes, they often lead to speculation and discussions about the player’s intentions and future plans.

Ultimately, only Trae Young knows the true motivations behind his decision to wipe his Instagram account clean of Atlanta Hawks imagery. As fans eagerly await any updates or explanations from the talented point guard, the situation has undoubtedly created a buzz and generated much debate within the basketball community. Whether it signifies a significant shift in Young’s career trajectory or simply serves as a momentary social media curiosity, only time will reveal the true meaning behind Trae Young’s IG cleanse.

Trae Young’s decision to remove all Atlanta Hawks-related content from his Instagram account may have various interpretations. Young has been link to the Los Angeles Lakers after Jovan Buha of The Athletic reported, the Lakers had internal talks about a possible trade for Young this summer.

At the trade deadline, the Los Angeles Lakers acquired D’Angelo Russell, Jarred Vanderbilt and Rui Hachimura to pair with LeBron James and Anthony Davis and they were able to reach the Western Conference Finals, but were swept by the Denver Nuggets.

As for Young, he finished the 2022-23 the season with 26.2 pts, 3.0 rebounds, and 10.2 assists in 73 games for the Hawks. He would lead the Hawks to playoffs, but was eliminated in six games by the Boston Celtics in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs.

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Written by Byron Nelson

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