Antetokounmpo also missed Milwaukee’s win in Game 5 after he suffered a hyperextended left knee late in Game 4. Sources have told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski and Zach Lowe that a timetable for Antetokounmpo’s return is unclear.
The Bucks, trying to reach the Finals for the first time since 1974, have a 3-2 lead in the Eastern Conference finals.
Bobby Portis was expected to get his second straight playoff start after scoring 22 points and grabbing eight rebounds in Milwaukee’s 123-112 victory Thursday night.
“Another Day, Another Opportunity,” Young posted to Twitter on Saturday afternoon.
Veteran sixth man Lou Williams started the last two games for the Hawks.