Feb 15, 2021; New York, New York, USA; Atlanta Hawks' Cam Reddish (22) controls the ball against the New York Knicks during the fourth quarter at Madison Square Garden. Mandatory Credit: Jason DeCrow/Pool Photo-USA TODAY Sports

Cam Reddish single-handedly tried to bring the Atlanta Hawks back in Game 6 after Nate McMillan’s team went down 22 points in the third quarter.

After the game, Nate McMillan talked about Reddish’s game and how he reminds him of Paul George with his ability to be effective on both ways of the floor.

The Duke product, who Atlanta selected 10th overall in the 2019 NBA Draft, scored a game-high 21 points and hit six three-pointers vs. Bucks in Game 6.

Reddish is still a work in progress on the offensive side, however he is already a capable defender as he showed in the last three games guarding Khris Middleton.

The future is bright for Cam Reddish and the Atlanta Hawks after a great postseason run this year. They look like a team that will be hanging around the playoff picture long-term with players like Trae Young and John Collins in the mix.