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BREAKING: Nick Young Agrees To Re-Sign With The Lakers

The Los Angeles Lakers have started to make moves in free agency with Nick Young being the latest player to sign with the team, according to ESPN’s Jeff Goodman:

Young opted out of his deal with the Lakers heading into free agency and expressed a desire to stay with the team long-term. Although it was uncertain if the Lakers truly wanted one of the league’s best sixth men back for a higher price, the veteran guard/forward stayed confident things would get worked out.

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As a result, the Lakers have re-signed Young to a four-year deal worth $21.5 million, according to David Aldridge of NBA.com:

Young was arguably the team’s best player last year outside of Pau Gasol. The journeyman came in and shouldered the scoring load for an injured Kobe Bryant by averaging a team-high 17.9 points per game.
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  • Srk

    4 more years of this overrated chucker. Smhm

  • fuck nash man

    what just fucking happened today to the Lakers? I can’t fucking breathe. I need help.

  • Deone

    Plan B looks and sounds like Plan F.

    • DOC4DaLakeshow

      Welcome to the dumping ground of the nba

  • Bruce

    About time we resigned Swaggy, 5 mil per season for 4 years, well deserved.

  • jtoro

    Im glad we got young back but Jeremy lin really come on not worth his money and not a good decision in my opinion

    • Bruce

      To be honest, 2 reasons why Lakers got J Lin, one, we need PG help, plus he’s an expiring contract, so next season, he can come off the books, or if he plays good, we can resign him for cheap. Second, it’s a business move by the Lakers FO. Los Angeles has a HUGE Asian community, it will draw more attention and fan base for the franchise, and marketing.

      • jtoro

        What u say does make sense I wanted another ring kobe and I just dont see it now where before I thought we were going to go in right direction also do u think hill is worth the 18 mil we r giving him I just the cap space dwindling away

  • Sagar

    yes now lakers have some option…next year lin,nash,hill(team option)..will be out..so go for love or aldridge)..and then 2016 after kobe contract end..fo for durant..mean while this year lakers should S/T gasol to bulls..for boozer and 2 first rounder(included sacremento top 10 protected) or boozer and Doug Mcdermott

  • kekeke85

    not a bad deal, but i don’t think he can solve the lakers situation. they really need many other pieces

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