2:20 AM EDT, Sat October 25, 2014
CSN Washington Oct 3, 2014

Kobe Bryant won't have Nick Young to pick on for a while

Ex-Wizard and current Kobe Bryant smack talk victim Nick Young won't be able to go for the start of the season for the Los Angeles Lakers.

Nick Young goes down with injury in Day 4 of Lakers training camp

Nick Young suffers a thumb sprain, and other tidbits from Lakers training camp. The Lakers concluded their fourth day of training camp today, and by far the most alarming news to come out of it was yet another injury, this time to Nick Young. Injury Update: Nick Young suffered a sprained right thumb and will go in for an MRI today. Results tomorrow. — Mike Trudell (@LakersReporter) October 3, 2014 For those wondering how he did it, or if you should ever attempt to steal the ball from Kobe Bryant, here are your answers to both: Nick Young sprained his thumb when trying to steal...
Los Angeles Times Oct 3, 2014

Jeremy Lin not sure Nick Young has earned 'Swaggy P' moniker yet

Nick Young's nickname of "Swaggy P" has seemingly universal appeal, but new teammate Jeremy Lin isn't sold yet.
Los Angeles Times Sep 29, 2014

Lakers' Nick Young learns from watching game video with Kobe Bryant

When Kobe Bryant first approached Nick Young about working out together in the summer, Young admitted he was nervous.

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