Nick Young throws out Phillies-Dodgers first pitch ... It's awful

Nick Young throws out Phillies-Dodgers first pitch ... It's awful

Swaggy [sweat]P[ants]. (AP)

Last time we checked in with Nick Young, he was celebrating missed threes and having his house robbed.

In keeping with the constant party I imagine is his life, Swaggy was riding a zamboni at the Kings game on Tuesday ...

... and throwing out the first pitch at the Phillies-Dodgers game on Wednesday.

Take a couple of seconds -- maybe click here -- and try to imagine Nick Young throwing out a ceremonial baseball.

Did it go like this?

Even the Dodgers thought to clown him: "A little too much swag on this pitch."

Young made $6 million his one season as a Sixer and $1.1 million last year as a Laker. He has a player-option next year worth $1.2 million should he choose to exercise it. If not, he'll hit the market looking for more money. With any luck, he and Jordan Farmar will still be killing it all over town.

To quote USA Today's For The Win blog, from where we pulled the Vine, "May the Summer of Swaggy P never end."

Selected tweets:

Incorrect, Chris. Incorrect.

Our Nick Young archive:
>>Swaggy uPdates: Nick Young gets in a hold-me-back fight, has sneakers stolen, and celebrates a missed 3
>>Watch: The most Nick Young shot attempt in the history of Nick Young shot attempts
>>Hilarious: Watch Nick Young crash his toboggan while riding the Great Wall of China [editor's choice]
>>Video: All You Needed to Know About Nick Young’s Shot Selection
>>Family Photo a Reminder of Nick Young’s Sad Past and the Good He’s Doing Now
>>Deadspin Calls Nick Young the Basketball ‘Devil’
>>A Swaggy Love Story, Chapter 4: Wherein Nick Young Loves Philly Back, Starring Malik Rose
>>Video: Nick Young Posterizes Larry Sanders with Nasty Slam
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Best of MLB: Mike Trout (thumb) leaves early as Marlins crush Angels

Best of MLB: Mike Trout (thumb) leaves early as Marlins crush Angels

MIAMI -- Mike Trout sprained his left thumb stealing second base Sunday, and the Los Angeles Angels took a thumping without him, losing 9-2 to the Miami Marlins.

Trout yelled in pain as he rose after sliding headfirst in the fifth inning. He was examined by a trainer, stayed in the game, but was replaced in the sixth. X-rays were negative, and there was no immediate timetable regarding his return.

The reigning American League MVP was 0 for 2 when he departed with the Angels trailing 4-2. He finished 2 for 9 in the series to drop his average to .337 (see full recap).

Aaron Judge hit first-career grand slam in Yankees' win
NEW YORK -- Aaron Judge hit his first career grand slam and the New York Yankees took full advantage of Oakland's shoddy defense Sunday in a 9-5 victory over the Athletics.

Michael Pineda (6-2) tossed six innings of three-hit ball to win his third straight start. Aaron Hicks and Chris Carter each had an early sacrifice fly as the AL East leaders scored five unearned runs and took two of three in a well-pitched series.

Judge connected with two outs in the third for his 16th home run, tying Mike Trout of the Angels for the big league lead. The drive landed in the right-field seats, not far in front of The Judge's Chambers cheering section installed by the Yankees for the start of this 4-2 homestand.

Khris Davis hit his 15th home run for the A's, who committed two more costly errors to raise their season total to 49. They began the day with 10 more than any other team in the majors.

The fielding failures put starter Andrew Triggs (5-4) in tough situations. He went six innings and gave up one earned run (see full recap).

Miguel Gonzalez loses perfect game in seventh, but pitches White Sox to win
CHICAGO -- Miguel Gonzalez took a perfect game into the seventh inning, Todd Frazier hit a two-run homer and the Chicago White Sox beat the Detroit Tigers 7-3 on Sunday.

Melky Cabrera and Matt Davidson also connected, helping the White Sox take three of four in the series. David Robertson got two outs for his seventh save.

Gonzalez (4-5) allowed three runs and six hits in 7 2/3 innings while snapping a five-start losing streak. The right-hander struck out six and walked none.

Gonzalez retired his first 18 batters before Andrew Romine led off the seventh with a hard one-hop liner to shortstop Tim Anderson, who couldn't field the ball cleanly and was originally charged with an error. Alex Avila followed with a single into to right field, and Romine's ball was later changed to a hit (see full recap).

Gone but not forgotten: Joel Embiid remembers Harambe on 1-year anniversary of death

Gone but not forgotten: Joel Embiid remembers Harambe on 1-year anniversary of death

Gone, but not forgotten … as long as Sixers superstar center Joel Embiid has his way.

On the one-year anniversary of Harambe's death, Embiid remembered the slain gorilla on Instagram with the caption: "Gone but never forgotten #RIPHarambe."

The Instagram post was accompanied by a picture of Harambe along with a longer message and acquired over 22,700 likes within the first 37 minutes of its posting.

Gone but never forgotten #RIPHarambe

A post shared by Joel "The Process" Embiid (@joelembiid) on

There are some factual errors in Embiid's post, however. The picture stated that Harambe "would've been 18 today," which was posted Sunday.

Harambe's birthday was May 27, 1999. He would have been 18 years and one day old Sunday.

This was not Embiid's first participation in the Harambe Internet meme.

Regardless, the tragic killing of Harambe, a popular male gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo, sparked outrage and then Harambe became an Internet meme.