Lakers News: Nick Young’s House Burglarized During Laker Game Reviewed by Momizat on . [new_royalslider id="237"] UPDATED 12:40 p.m. Nick Young has confirmed the reports that his house was in fact burglarized. Young claims possessions that were st [new_royalslider id="237"] UPDATED 12:40 p.m. Nick Young has confirmed the reports that his house was in fact burglarized. Young claims possessions that were st Rating: 0
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Lakers News: Nick Young’s House Burglarized During Laker Game

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UPDATED 12:40 p.m.

Nick Young has confirmed the reports that his house was in fact burglarized. Young claims possessions that were stolen total that almost $100,000 in value according to Mike Bresnahan of the L.A. Times:

During the win over the Orlando Magic on Sunday night, Nick Young’s Los Angeles home was being burglarized according to TMZ:

Burglars struck the L.A. home of Lakers star Nick Young last night … WHILE THE LAKERS WERE PLAYING … TMZ Sports has learned.

Reportedly, Young arrived at his house around 11 p.m. after the Los Angeles Lakers had taken down the Magic at the Staples Center. The burglars entered Young’s house through the master bedroom window and stole jewelry, shoes, luggage and other expensive items.

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Apparently, after taking what they could, the burglars left Young’s house by walking out the front door. The Lakers sixth man knew something was off due to the front door being unlocked.

No arrests have been made as of Monday morning according to TMZ:

So far, cops say no arrests have been made and no suspects have been identified.

Young has shown off quite the wardrobe during his first season with the Lakers with all sorts of different outfits, shoes and jewelry. The fact that Young is a big fashion guy may have attracted the bulgars to him.
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  • Jim213

    No diss to Young but who would want to burglarize his home? Although, given his alias (Swaggy P) some fool may have believed he lived the Hollywood lifestyle. Wonder if it wasn’t one of his girlfriend’s obsessed fanatic (stalker)?

    • Bee Ballin

      Why would anyone burglarize anyone’s house?

      • Jim213

        lol… not saying Young doesn’t like the better things in life but just don’t see Young putting it out there like that (bling way).

  • Daryl Peek

    Could be they were looking for those 6K, Kayne shoes he bragged about?

  • daniel S

    just his shoe collection alone is worth alot of $

  • Van Lok

    I think they (thieves) targeted him because he is new to town and hasn’t had the Los Angeles welcome of being robbed, hit up by gangs, or harassed by the LAPD. You have been robbed and experienced your first earthquake LOL Nick Young welcome to LA! Now get a security system and an earthquake kit :)

    • TTKIN

      He was born and raised in LA…

    • Tango

      New to town? The guy is born and raised in LA. He will be putting that word out compton are going to be looking for whoever did this to him.

    • jolg25

      Nick Young is from L.A. Went to Cleveland High School in the Valley.

    • Devon Samuels²⁴

      He was born in LA lol

  • Chrmngblly

    He didn’t have shit. I’m pissed about it actually. All that jewelry turned out to be cheap plated crap. What the hell? The shoes didn’t fit–do you know he has skinny little feet? Anyway, at least we got OK luggage out of it.

    • Al Haldie

      grow up – that’s not funny —-

      • Chrmngblly

        Sorry. Usually, I am funny about irrelevant stuff. You don’t think the idea of the crook going online to complain is hilarious?

        • Mike

          No. You need to grow up.

          • Chrmngblly

            OK. I accept the criticism. There’s no need to get pissy, though.

          • daniel

            I think is funny. But Being honest, I am surprise he did not have a security system?

  • Josh

    Maybe this is why Lakers players are all “injured.” They want to stay home and protect their stuff.

    • Chrmngblly

      I think that’s funny, Josh.

    • daniel

      I am sure he got robbed by pissed Lakers fun. Probably want him out of town, the lakers won 23 games all year long and he keeps talking trash, unreal

  • Frnk Sinatra

    He’s from L.A he knows hood mofo’s some who may have done it themselfs…get a alarm and a couple fuggin pitbulls

  • Tina Moran

    He grew up in LA and has an awesome paycheck but doesn’t have an security system installed in his house? With the money and status he has, I thought he’d be living in a secure community in Beverly Hills.

    • jackmouve

      This is exactly why you move away from the hood, get out the Valley Nick. Move somewhere where the police actually patrol.

  • Moveover Andbark

    This world is messed up, you work hard and then the scum come after you and all you earned. And it’s not always the value of what was taken, it’s the creepy feeling that someone was in your place.

  • Devon Samuels²⁴

    wow I see people making fun of his situation rich or not nobody want their home to be robbed and glad on one was inside and no one hurt anything could have happened

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