Lakers Post-Game VIDEOS: Nick Young Talks Dunk, Bench Mob, Rihanna

The Los Angeles Lakers beat the Golden State Warriors Friday night, 102-95, increasing their record to 6-7 through 13 games. Pau Gasol scored 24 points in the win and will be donating $24,000 for U.N.I.C.E.F. relief efforts in the devastating aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. Gasol says he definitely had an extra motivation of scoring for the Philippines.

Nick Young had another successful night off the bench, scoring 21 points, averaging over 15 points per game through the past five games. In his reserve role, he’s averaging 17.1 points this season. Young was all smiles post-game and even talked about hearing singer Rihanna call out “Swaggy P!” Lakers head coach Mike D’Antoni discusses what it’s been like to coach Young. Jordan Hill looks to Sunday and says he’s still playing through a bone bruise. Check out our Lakers post-game videos below and don’t forget to subscribe to our Lakers Nation YouTube Channel!


MIKE D’ANTONI: Talks About What It’s Like To Coach Nick Young, Also Explains Why This Year’s Team Is A Better Team Than Last Year, Though They Aren’t As Talented

NICK YOUNG: Says His Dunk Tonight Was The Best, Talks Bench Mob, and Rihanna Calling Out “Swaggy P!”

JORDAN HILL: Impressed With Jordan Farmar And Nick Young’s Performance, Discusses Bone Bruise

PAU GASOL: Says He Had Extra Motivation For Philippines Donations, Describes Nick Young As Unique

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