It's been a relatively quiet NBA season for Nick "Swaggy P" Young. After Nuggets cut him just 20 days after signing him in December, camera-promising forward-looking has been out of the limelight, relatively speaking. It was until Friday night when the warriors decided to take some time before their fight against Cavs to give the Swaggy his championship ring.
Warriors played a short tribute video to Young-who was the last player of the 2018 championship, as to get his ring – so draymond green escorted him to the midfield. Swaggy overwhelmingly surprised every second of people's applause, and went so quietly to the Warriors' bench to soak in every handshake and hug with his former teammates.
"He actually got it to do all his little hints and things," Green added. "But it was amazing. I'm really close to Nick. Playing with him that year was great. I wish he was back."
Steph Curry used the warning topic to bend a bit and said the officials should Now understand that ringing ceremonies in Oracle tend to take longer than expected.
The last two years we probably have five or six of these festivities, and it is normally wasted. I wish he'd just given it to Nick Young because he took his sweet time as he should have. But probably more entertainment for everyone, [the ref was] is trying to get the game started. But we took a very long time.
Young even got time to talk to journalists at the postgame press conference, where he plugged an upcoming TV show he will be on and gave a compelling argument for putting him in Space Jam 2.
I'm also in favor of watching Swaggy P in Space Jam 2. Imagine that one of Monstars takes his skill and loses the game to LeBron's team because Nick Young alien can't stop throwing three.