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Alright, I'm going to go out on a limb here and guess that someone was open when this play happened.
In reality no shooter is expected to be a distributor or spread the ball around, because the shooters are the ones the real distributors seek to give the ball to. However, Young takes it to the extreme where he simply will not give up the ball.
He has a natural instinct, or want, to score. This is OK to a point, but it seems as though Young has surpassed the limit. In fact, Young has exceeded one assist in a game only twice this season (two against the Pistons and four against the Bucks). This has given him an average of 1.1 assists per game.
The excuse of "he's a shooter" does not hold anymore. If you take a look at J.R. Smith, another premier shooter in the Eastern Conference who is not known for passing, he averages three assists per game. Obviously nothing spectacular here, but it shows that he flows with the offense. Young, on the other hand, disrupts the flow of the offense and even the growth of certain players.
Considering Philadelphia fans are used to a team that likes to spread the ball around and is filled with players who complement one another, it makes it even harder for the fans to tolerate.