VIDEO: Nick Young Splits Two Defenders, Dunks On Lazy Bobcats Defense


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Last night's Wizards-Bobcats game was a bit of a snooze-fest, with the Bobcats playing like they just woke up from a nap and the Wizards wiping them off the court simply by showing a professional effort for once. After the game, Larry Brown had this pretty blunt assessment of his team's play.

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↵↵Larry Brown was on the couch after #wizards win: "We're not a team. We're not well-coached. We don't play hard. That's my responsibility."

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That said ... the Wizards won by 30 points! The last time they did that was in 2006, when they played the Atlanta Hawks. Something like that deserves to be analyzed or at least highlighted in some capacity. Therefore, here's video of Nick  Young splitting two defenders and dunking (via @CarbonPrimo).

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And now, here's Hilton Armstrong talking about how much he loves Nick Youngvia Samuel Chamberlain of TBD.

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"I love Nick's game. I don't think he gets enough credit for what he does. I'm not saying that he should have been starting over Gil [Arenas], but it was really tough to have two great players (Arenas and Young) competing for the same spot." 

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I believe that's the first time "Nick Young" and "great player" has appeared in the same sentence. Congrats Nick.

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