Nick Young agrees to $5.2 million deal with Golden State Warriors



10-year NBA veteran Nick Young has reportedly agreed to one-year deal with the 2017 NBA champion Golden State Warriors.

According to his agent Mark Bartelstein, Young and Warriors have agreed to a $5.2 million contract.

In fact, NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant welcomed the former Los Angeles Lakers swingman by posting a photo of Young through social media. Moreover, he appeared to Draymond Green’s Snapchat less than a week.

32-year-old three-point specialist is known by his nickname “Swaggy P” and he spent four seasons with the Lakers.

The shooting guard also played under former Warriors assistant coach, now the Lakers head coach, Luke Walton and the management had been impressed with how Young performed a year ago.

Furthermore, the signing was followed after the addition of former Sacramento Kings forward Omri Casspi who also shoots three consistently.

Young averaged 13.2 points and 2.4 rebounds per game that comes with 40.4 percent from the three point territory. He also entered the league as the 16th overall pick in 2007.

Next in line that the Warriors need to do is retaining free agent center JaVale Mcgee on a new deal.

McGee is set to meet with the Clippers officials today.

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