Gilbert Arenas Sr., is among a group of Southern Californians who know new Washington Wizards player Nick Young well. And the scouting report coming out of Los Angeles on Young sounds pretty encouraging.
The Washington Wizards reached agreements in principle yesterday on contracts with Oleksiy Pecherov and Nick Young, their first-round picks from the 2006 and 2007 drafts, respectively.
Another sexual harassment complaint at ESPN, this one involving the personalities on "Cold Pizza." Maybe they should have renamed the show "Cold Shower."
When hard times come Nick Young's way — as they inevitably will during his rookie campaign beginning this fall with the Washington Wizards — the team's first-round pick in Thursday's draft likely will have another silent conversation with his deceased brother, similar to the one he had with him moments before he was drafted.
The Washington Wizards used their first-round pick in last night's NBA Draft to select 6-foot-6 junior swingman Nick Young of Southern Cal.
Despite the perceived depth of the tomorrow's NBA Draft, new Washington Wizards president Ernie Grunfeld says the player he selects with the 16th pick probably will help the team later rather than sooner.