Few sights are more splendid than a happy Nick Young. (Jonathan Leibson/Getty Images)
Sure, shooting is a pretty big part of "Call of Duty: Ghosts," the video game whose new multiplayer function Nick Young, Anthony Bennett and DeAndre Jordan turned out to help unveil during an event at L.A. Live in Los Angeles on Wednesday. But the newly minted Los Angeles Lakers swingman's the kind of dude who'll figure out how to shoot in any game in any setting. You don't even want to know how many hours he had to put in to figure out how to make Pac-Man shoot the stepback. It's the sort of dedication that the Marines on-hand to participate in the Activision event can really appreciate.
Best caption wins the reminder running on a constant loop in Swaggy P's brain. Good luck.
In our last adventure: Anthony Bennett is about that shrug life.
'You tried and you failed miserably. The lesson is: Never try.' (Brad White/Getty)
Runner-up, Stanley: "I don't know why they drafted me No. 1 overall, either."
Second runner-up, M: "It was better than Carly Rae Jepsen's ... right? RIGHT?"
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