Skip to main content

Trae Young Played His First Game Since March And Scored 43 Points In A Crowded Gym

Credit: Ball Is Life

Credit: Ball Is Life

While the league announced its return date in recent hours, other players went ahead of that and returned to the hardwoods even before the voting to restart the season took place. Trae Young, for instance, played his first game since the suspension of the season in March.

Trae attended a packed gym in Oklahoma, making his return to the court and playing just like he knows. Young went against a mix of former professional or college players and amateur players in the Skinz league, bursting with 43 points, driving the public crazy with his plays.

One interesting thing about the game is that nobody in attendance was seen wearing a mask, something crucial to attend any event in the world right now. Well, it looks like watching Trae Young live is worth getting infected with the infamous COVID-19.

The NBA voted for a 22-team plan to resume the season at Walt Disney World and the Hawks weren't invited to the party. Therefore, players are looking for options to remain active during the quarantine and Young found one. However, the risk was too big for him and the entire crowd watching the game.

There is a pandemic right now and the safety measures should be taken very seriously. Social distancing and masks weren't a thing in that gym.