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VIDEO: Nick Young Speaks With PAUSE Magazine In London

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After his best season as a pro, Nick Young has finally gotten into the mainstream. After signing his new contract with the Los Angeles Lakers, Swaggy P was quick to go back to work. But that doesn’t mean he can’t take some time to vacation.

Recently, Young took a trip overseas to London where he had a chance to sit down with PAUSE Magazine. London has yet to really be able to experience the phenomenon that is ‘Swaggy P,’ but Young gave them a small sample in his interview.

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Young touched on a number of topics both on and off the court. He spoke about how he got started playing basketball, the most fashionable players in the NBA, and even the possibility of having his own Nike shoe.

Another season like the one he had last year, and Swaggy could very well see his shoe on the shelves.

Check out the entire interview below:

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  • One Mic

    Good interview no wonder he’s a fan favorite if he keeps on improving he’ll definitely be a great Laker. But I do think he should be sixth man this year instead of starting he’s better In that role.

  • cheeky

    B Scott did say he probably would be first off bench and occasionally play along Kob.

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    • joshhh

      wow that suuks i really wanted him. well now cdr is gone here r the players the lakers should pursue to fill roster. ekpe udoh,chris singleton, b.r mullens,emeka okafor. I wanted cdr but now hes gone. lakers would be smart to sign chris singleton and okafor. 5 players lakers should trade for during season 5.dorell wright 4.gerald green. 3.greg Monroe. 2.bledsoe 1. rondo.

  • Arlene A LeBeauf

    Ok interview..Like keep telling my Grand Kids when you speak to someone, speak like you speak to your friends, a little louder,
    clearly and look them in the eye. I think he is a little shy doing interviews. Let’s get it on Swaggy..

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    LA Lakers should consider to sign Andray Blatche,Gabe Norwood

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