Trae Young's last-second jumper lifts Hawks past 76ers, 129-127

Atlanta Hawks rookie point guard Trae Young is doused by teammates Justin Anderson, right, and DeAndre' Bembry as they celebrate Young's winning basket in the final moments of Saturday night's home game against the Philadelphia 76ers.

ATLANTA - Trae Young wants to be known as a player his Atlanta Hawks teammates can look to when the game is on the line.

The rookie point guard made the most of his chance to be that go-to guy Saturday night.

Young scored 32 points, including a last-second, go-ahead floater, to give the Hawks a 129-127 win over the Philadelphia 76ers, ending their six-game winning streak.

With 3.5 seconds remaining, Young took the inbounds pass from Kevin Huerter and dribbled past Jimmy Butler before lifting the short, soft jumper from near the free-throw line. The ball dropped through the net with 0.1 second remaining.

"Those are the type of plays you live for, with the clock counting down," said Young, who also had 11 assists.