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Another prominent name in the NBA might dabble in the reality television industry. On Monday, November 6, Golden State #warriors guard #Nick Young shared to reporters that he got multiple offers to do a reality show.

A reporter asked Nick Young about this possibility at the Golden State Warriors practice yesterday. That is when Young revealed that he already received offers for it. However, he is looking for the "best offers" and aims to "take my talents to the best place."

After the revelation, a different reporter questioned Young regarding his "asking price" for a potential reality show. The Warriors shooter responded, "Kardashian prices," which he followed with laughter.

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If a reality show is in the future of Young, then he is set to follow the footsteps of Los Angeles Lakers prized rookie, #Lonzo Ball. The former UCLA standout and his family (with friends) are starring in a program entitled, "Ball in the Family," which just finished its first season.

New role

Returning to basketball, the veteran Nick Young is embracing a new role now that he is donning a Golden State Warriors jersey. Young is currently a member of the supporting cast for the Warriors. It is different from the responsibility he had with his previous teams where he was a top offensive option.

In 10 games played so far this season, Nick Young averaged 5.0 points per outing. If he fails to better his offensive performance, he is set to record a career-worst in scoring. His minutes have dwindled as well with the Warriors.

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In the 2016-17 season, his final year with the Los Angeles Lakers, Young is on the hardwood for nearly 26 minutes each night. With the Warriors, that number decreased to 11.4 minutes per contest. Despite this, it appears that the 32-year-old is enjoying his time representing Golden State, especially since he has a legitimate chance of winning his first NBA championship.

Latest performance

Nick Young scored three points in four minutes in the Golden State Warriors' 97-80 win over the Miami Heat on November 6. Young and the Warriors are riding a four-game winning streak that will be on the line on November 8 when they host the Minnesota Timberwolves at the Oracle Arena. The game against the Timberwolves is the second of a four-game homestand for the Warriors. Matchups with Eastern Conference squads the Philadelphia 76ers (November 11) and the Orlando Magic (November 13) will wrap up the homestand.