Nick Young explains tat on 'strictly for buckets' arm: No limitations
His appearances at the Drew League this summer fell just short of taking home the title. But Los Angeles Lakers guard Nick Young turned heads in another way -- and no, it wasn't his buzzer-beating heroics that had people paying attention.
Early Friday morning, Young explained his decision to a fan on Twitter, saying that his right arm was "mad" at the limitations that had been placed on it by the "strictly for buckets" edict:
When you're a scorer, you never want to make your buckets-arm mad. It's just bad business sense. And speaking of sense, Young also doled out some advice on picking a major in college:
The right arm its not limited no more .. It was mad I put limitations on it.. https://t.co/aRt80J34Y0— Nick Young (@NickSwagyPYoung) August 21, 2015
@NickSwagyPYoung should I double major in Communications and Mass Media?— Oluwajomiloju (@jadeniran_says) August 21, 2015
Naw pick one and roll with it https://t.co/VSTBz0tLmy— Nick Young (@NickSwagyPYoung) August 21, 2015
Think of me and look up to the sky and say what would Swaggy Do, and go from there https://t.co/st9DGRAlWG— Nick Young (@NickSwagyPYoung) August 21, 2015