Michael Young
Club
Washington Wizards
Nationality
Pittsburgh
Date Of Birth
9 May 1994
Position
F
Height
6 ft 9 in (2.06 m)
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  • Michael Young doubtful to be next Rangers manager. Who else could they consider? https://t.co/T5WaishGEF
    23 Sep @ 1AM

  • Star-Telegram: Michael Young doubtful to be next Rangers manager. Who else could they consider? https://t.co/zsbPsHvqwO
    23 Sep @ 1AM

  • Don't Michael Young to get the third day Baseball rose again.
    23 Sep @ 12AM

  • @Evan_P_Grant You may have addressed this, but other than Michael Young, what about Pudge? Any possibility he could… https://t.co/Ft374XivuQ
    22 Sep @ 11PM

  • @orangectlive01: Touchdown Michael young! That’s 3 so far tonight for young! https://t.co/jjiy3Bkjj5
    22 Sep @ 9PM

  • Michael Young replaced by Jafar Armstrong in the kickoff return role.
    22 Sep @ 5PM

  • I cobbled together a list of potential candidates for Rangers managerial job. And no, I don't have Michael Young as one o…
    21 Sep @ 10PM

  • Do not expect Michael Young to give up his family to take this job. He might be best guy for job, he just not “right” at…
    21 Sep @ 7PM

  • Michael Young has done the Lord's work today. Read this thread. https://t.co/7k3rg6U2xM
    16 Aug @ 7PM

  • 1. Thread rant alert. I remember being set 3 challenges by the great Michael Young in 1998. Tackle regional inequalities i…
    16 Aug @ 2PM

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  • Washington Wizards bring training camp back to D.C., announce start date and roster

    The Wizards will be holding their 2018-19 training camp close to home, as the team announced on Thursday they will return to the area after breaking camp in Richmond, Va. in recent years.Wizards training camp will begin on Tuesday, Sept. 25 and will be
    21 Sep @ 5AM

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  • Wizards 2018-19 storyline No. 5: How much better will the bench be?

    With Wizards training camp set to begin next week, we at NBC Sports Washington are counting down the five biggest storylines for the team as they start a new season. The No. 5 question in our series takes a look at the Wizards bench and how much it improved this summer. The Washington Wizards entered the offseason with a familiar task: to upgrade their bench after a season in which their lack of depth in certain areas was apparent.
    20 Sep @ 10PM

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  • Wizards' John Wall hilariously reacts to NFL kicking struggles: 'Put me in coach'

    The NFL's kickers had a rough weekend with both the Cleveland Browns and Minnesota Vikings missing last-second field goals, which could have saved their teams. If you weren't rooting for either of these teams to win, this weekend's struggles were quite comical, and John Wall got a kick out of it. The Washington Wizards point guard had a good laugh at the expense of the Browns' and Vikings' kickers -- -- and in his Instagram story Sunday, he posted a video of himself showing off his kicking skills with the caption, "Put me in coach".
    19 Sep @ 8PM

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  • Greece, Germany qualify for FIBA Basketball World Cup

    Greece, the Czech Republic and Germany all progressed to the FIBA Basketball World Cup with wins in the European section of qualifying on Sunday. The Greeks became the first nation from the continent to advance to the tournament in China as they rallied to beat Georgia, while Germany overcame a 23-point deficit to punch their ticket. Washington Wizards point guard Tomas Satoransky (22 points) then helped the Czech Republic seal their berth as they edged past Bosnia-Herzegovina.
    18 Sep @ 12PM

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  • Dwyane Wade to retire after 2018-19 NBA season, will play in D.C. twice

    With just a week left before NBA training camps begin, Dwyane Wade has found a home for the 2018-19 season, as the future Hall of Famer agreed to a one-year deal to return to the Miami Heat. Wade says this will be the last season of his career. Wade and the Heat will visit Washington to play the Wizards on Oct. 18, in the season opener, and then again on March 23.
    17 Sep @ 11PM

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