But he did say that Tanner had a wide-ranging conversation with Hinkie that included potential trade talks and rumors involving him.
"I think the biggest thing is we want to be sure what it is we are doing here," Young said. "As of right now, like I said, I'm 110 percent."
However, the Sixers are entertaining trade discussions about him, and maybe swingman Evan Turner and center Spencer Hawes as well.
One recent trade rumor involved Young being shipped to Houston in exchange for disgruntled center Omer Asik.
The Sixers (7-19) take a seven-game losing streak into Friday night's game at the Wells Fargo Center. They have yielded a combined 42 three-pointers in their last two losses to Portland (139-105) and the Nets (130-94).
"I know that there's been some talks about me being traded," Young said, "and me having a lot of frustration. . . . But that comes with losing basketball games.
"People have to realize when you are in a losing situation like we are now, people are going to get frustrated."
In his seventh NBA season - all with the Sixers - Young was averaging 15.8 points, 6.6 rebounds, 1.6 assists, and 1.35 steals going into Friday's game.
Young is under contact for another season and has a player option for the 2015-16 campaign. But after Hinkie's conversations with Tanner, Young said, he realizes time in Philadelphia could be short.
His agent is "exploring a lot of options," Young said.