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Nick Young's growing out his hair



I've been trying to move my brand of journalism further away from the haircut-and-mustache focus that characterized my youth, but if no one else is gonna do it.....

Nick Young has a new haircut. He described it to Wizards.com. (And the site has a new and improved look, so check it out.)

"I told myself I ain't never really had braids or a pony tail or a big Afro, so I'm gonna try to do it," Young said, adding that he's about a month into the process. "You know, my mom's been pressuring me to grow it like my brother, so I'm gonna do it."

Here's one vote for the pony tail. Young also described his attitude this season.

"Really just enjoying it, trying to enjoy it and having fun and just enjoying basketball, not trying to be so stressed out about everything, just going in and playing basketball."

I love Nick Young, but if the previous Nick Young was the "stressed out" version, I fear the "enjoying it and having fun" version might be more relaxed than a butterscotch cream pie.


By Dan Steinberg  | September 22, 2010; 1:55 PM ET
Categories:  Wizards  
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Afro isn't going to help him play defense or rebound. Pass? LOL.

Posted by: tha_prophet | September 22, 2010 2:07 PM | Report abuse

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