The two patched up their personal differences during their final season together with the Los Angeles Lakers. But how will Warriors forward Nick Young feel when he sees Brooklyn guard D’Angelo Russell as an opponent when the Warriors (12-4) play the Nets (6-9)? “There’s no beef,” Young said. “It’ll be like seeing an old teammate.” Young admitted that dynamic might change once he and Russell actually play against each other. Russell currently remains sidelined with a left knee injury that required surgery. After signing with the Warriors this summer with their $5.2 million mid-level exception, Young could see time off the bench after averaging 6.3 points on 43.8 percent shooting in 12.8 minutes through 15 appearances. Young and Russell had a falling out late in the 2015-16 season after Russell secretly recorded a video on his phone that a celebrity website later obtained and subsequently published. The video showed Young revealing he cheated on his former fiancé and hip hop artist, Iggy Azalea. “It’s tough, but I don’t want to stay in the past,” he said. “I want to focus on what’s going on right now.” After all, how Young responded to that situation partly helped his case in joining the Warriors. The Lakers still retained both players for the 2016-17 season partly because both players vowed not to allow their situation to hurt locker room and on-court chemistry. Lakers coach Luke Walton also vouched to the team’s previous front office about Young’s value. Before the 2016-17 season started, former Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak spoke to both players about those issues in what Young called “a good conversation.”