As NBA free agency 2017 continues, former Los Angeles Lakers star Nick Young has now changed teams. Young has reportedly signed with the NBA World Champion Golden State Warriors. The latest move gives the Warriors some more help on the bench as they seek to repeat as champions in the upcoming season. Here are the latest details on Young's NBA free agency signing with Golden State and how it may help the team.

What's the deal?

Per an ESPN report on Wednesday, Nick Young has signed a one-year deal with the Golden State Warriors. The deal is said to be worth $5.2 million.

After a few days of rumors that he might get signed by the Warriors, Young's agent Marc Bartlestein reportedly told ESPN that the deal was officially made on Wednesday. This comes within 48 hours of also acquiring Omar Casspi, as well as within a week or so of re-signing Steph Curry and Kevin Durant, as well as reserves David West and Andre Iguodala.

The latest deals and re-signings from Golden State may have benefitted from NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant choosing to sign for $7 million less than the max he could receive. As of this report, the team's core is intact with its most essential players still on the roster, as well as the new bench additions in free agency.

In addition to Young, the Warriors are said to be interested in bringing back JaVale McGee for a new deal.

However, McGee was scheduled for a meeting with the Los Angeles Clippers today.

How it helps the Warriors

As mentioned, this move gives Golden State a relatively inexpensive bench player who can offer some help when needed. For the past season with the Los Angeles Lakers, Young had averages of 13.2 points, 2.3 rebounds and one assist per game in about 30 minutes per contest.

Since joining the L.A. Lakers back in the 2013-14 NBA season, Young put up a career-high in points, averaging 17.9 per game. His number slumped in the following seasons down to 7.3 points a game in 2015-16. However, his numbers bounced back in the most recent campaign.

Young has now been in the league for 10 years and also spent time with the Wizards, Sixers, and briefly the Clippers.

He'll provide some veteran experience, and probably give solid contributions off the bench. for the most recent season, he shot 40.4 percent from downtown, something fans know the Golden State system utilizes quite a bit.

The Warriors also locked up another bench player in Omri Casspi over the past few days. Casspi's been in the league eight years now and has played for the Kings, Cavs, Rockets, Pelicans, and Timberwolves. Most recently his stop was for one season in Sacramento where he averaged 5.2 points, just over three rebounds, and an assist per game.