Trae Young and Dejounte Murray combined for 57 points in the Atlanta Hawks' Game 3 win over the Boston Celtics.

Young and Murray are in their first season together. Murray compared his partnership with Young to what he has witnessed from Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown.

"I don't want to talk about Boston too much, but I look at Jayson and Jaylen a lot," Murray said. "Two guys who were going through it a lot, just not working out. And just to get to where they're at, the level they're at -- obviously last year going to the Finals and this year being at the top of the East -- so great things don't happen overnight.

"Great things take time and me and [Young] both want to learn the game and work at the game at the same time."

"First of all, [it was] kind of figuring out what they were thinking together playing off each other," Snyder said. "At one point, I was like, I should just be quiet. Usually when that's happening, as a coach, if you feel that and you respect those guys and they are communicating like that and if they're on the same page, people will play off of them. That's what happened us.

"That's when we're going to be playing our best basketball."

Young believed it was a step in the right direction with Murray.

"You don't want to live in the moment too much. I mean, we won a game in the playoffs, it's big," Young said. "But we've had some really good games together. I don't consider this our best game together. It's definitely one of them, but it came at the right time and we needed it."