With his outgoing personality, eclectic sense of fashion and a smile that never goes away, Warriors forward Nick Young seems to be the perfect candidate for his own reality television show.

Apparently, numerous television executives agree. Young said they have approached him “plenty of times,” a not-so surprising revelation considering his Swaggy P persona and his previous ties to the Los Angeles Lakers.

“I got to get the best offer,” said Young, as he sported a Warriors T-shirt as his own bandana. “I can’t just go anywhere. I got to take my talents to the best place.”

What will be the asking price?

“I need Kardashian prices,” Young, said laughing.

Warriors guard Klay Thompson said he would at least watch the trailer, and some of the storylines already seem entertaining enough. One will touch on his Twitter followers advising him to try out Bob’s Donuts (“Bob’s is pretty good; it was warm,” Young said). The other could focus on Young’s early acclimation with the Warriors after spending the previous four seasons with the Lakers.
The latter episode would yield more plot twists, not all of which sparks a positive review. Young described his first month with the Warriors as “tough” as the Warriors (7-3) enter Monday’s game against the Miami Heat (5-4) at the Oracle. Young has averaged 5.2 points, while shooting 41 percent from the field and 40.6 percent from 3-point range in 12.2 minutes per game in nine appearances. Should those numbers hold up, Young will have a career low in points and playing time in his 10th NBA season.

And yet Young has not complained about Warriors coach Steve Kerr placing him on the depth chart behind second-year guard Patrick McCaw for a few practical reason