TWITTER: Nick Young Gives Out ‘Life Advice’ To His Social Media Fans
Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports
Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports

Nick Young has some serious pressure on him heading into this third season with the Los Angeles Lakers. General Manager Mitch Kupchak has said that he needs to show he can do more than score, and Young has said that he has been working on everything the coaching staff has asked him to.

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On Friday, however, Young took some time to give out life advice to his fans on Twitter and make their lives ‘become more Swaggy than ever.’ Young had a pretty epic response to someone asking what they should do when they’re having a bad day:

Young also showed that he is not stingy when it comes to his ‘Swaggy’ as this response to a fan asking if rookie D’Angelo Russell is trying to steal his swag shows:

Hopefully Young’s off-season workouts are better than his Twitter life advice. If it isn’t, Young could be spending a lot of time on the bench, or even find himself traded to another team.

It is good to see that Young is able to remain his fun-loving self despite all of the rumors surrounding his return to the Lakers this season. If he doesn’t produce on the court, however, things will turn even worse for Young in short order.

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