Trae Young finished with 25 points and a playoff career-high 18 assists as the Atlanta Hawks beat the Philadelphia 76ers 103-100 to even the series at 2-2.
Young, who played with elastic therapeutic tape on his right shoulder, said he hurt his shoulder in Game 3. Young was not listed on any injury reports prior to the game.
"It wasn't bothering me," said Young after the game. "It was just fighting through it. Knowing it was kind of sore, I was trying to work it out and keep it warm throughout the game. I'm not blaming my shooting on my arm. I feel like I had a lot of good looks. The shots just weren't going in."
Young shot 8 of 26 from the field, though he added that he was focused on passing the ball with how the Sixers defended him.
Young also had 34 assist opportunities, the most in a playoff game since 2014.
Nate McMillan said he didn't know that Young hurt his shoulder prior to the game.
"He was missing some shots that he normally makes, and the ball wouldn't fall for him. He's a tough kid. I thought he established the tempo that we needed to get a win tonight. I thought he established that tempo early in the game. His shot started to eventually fall for him.