Nick Young wanted to be in a Clippers' jersey this season.
The high-scoring guard and Los Angeles native was acquired by the Clippers at the trade deadline last season and was a key part of the team's bench.

Young came up big in the Clippers' first-round victory over the Memphis Grizzles, and once free agency started, he hoped the Clippers would make him an offer.
They didn't.
"I was a little disappointed, but that was my second free agency, so I've seen a lot," Young said. "I knew once Jamal Crawford was on the books."
While the move has worked out on the Clippers' end with Crawford becoming the Clippers' second-leading scorer with over 17 points a game, Young has flourished in Philadelphia.
Young has started the last seven games for the 76ers, and the former USC star scored a game-high 29 Monday against his former teammates in the Clippers' 107-90 victory.
Young's personality has been fully embraced in Philadelphia, where teammates, fans, coaches and even the team's public address announcer refer to him by his nickname, "Swaggy P."
"It's really taken over," Young said. "I think they even have it on shirts." (They do. Young wore one of the shirts after a game in November).
Young said his time with the Clippers helped him mature as a player and made him more than just a scorer.
"They were great teammates. There was a will to win. Especially Memphis, that was big for me. I grew a little bit being on the team," Young said before Monday's game. "Being on the team, they demanded more out of me. I had no choice but to grow up. I'd say that carried over."
Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro said Young was a big contributor to the Clippers last season.
"Nick, I thought, did a very good job for us," Del Negro said. "We knew he could score the basketball, has good size at the position and can get his shot off because he's a really good one-on-one player.
"He really helped us win the Memphis series. He hit some big three's for us."