VIDEO: Nick Young And Iggy Azalea Went To Target On First Date

Nick Young has quickly become a fan favorite in the city of Los Angeles with many hoping the sixth man returns to the Lakers next season. Along with being arguably the best scorer on the team, Young has also embraced the spotlight off the floor by dating Australian artist Iggy Azalea.

Young and Azalea have been an item for the majority of the season while making headlines along the way.

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Azalea made an appearance on The Breakfast Club radio show recently and talked about her relationship with Young. Iggy was asked about their first date and gave an interesting answer saying that Young took her to Target before heading to dinner:

“I was like ‘Target is my favorite place! I want to go to Target!’ So I made him,” Azalea said. “You can learn so much about someone from Target.”

It appears that all is well with Young and Azalea moving forward, but there’s no telling what the future holds for the veteran guard/forward. Young will likely opt-out of his deal with the Lakers this summer and may either return to Los Angeles or sign with another team before next season.

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