Nick Young of the Golden State Warriors is known for precisely two things. One of them is apparently not his ability to talk about Detlef Schrempf.

The first thing he is known for is his unconscionable shot selection, in large volumes and in progressively longer ranges — occasionally leading to shots that could be best described as… comical.

Secondly, it’s being comical. Not because of his air balls and whatnot, but rather his penchant for humorous quips that manifest itself on his interviews and social media accounts. A quick search on Google will net you some of his most outrageous diatribes in one page alone.

His recent tweet is more of the same and while his grammatically-challenged delivery might pose a challenge in decipherment, the 32 year-old guard with the self-appointed “Swaggy P” moniker’s theory is simple.

What if the 1996 Seattle Supersonics played out of their minds to the tune of the Warriors roster — could they have beaten the 72-10 Chicago Bulls during the NBA Finals? Specifically, the one-man defensive juggernaut that is Gary Payton having the shooting touch of Stephen Curry. The equally-adept defensive specialist Hersey Hawkins scoring as well as Klay Thompson. Forward Shawn Kemp being able to make plays in the vein of Draymond Green to go along with his usual 20-10 numbers.

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Maybe they do have a shot.

But one player could make the difference and tilt the needle towards the Sonics favor.

“Shrimp” matching Kevin Durant’s output.

In case you were wondering, Young was referring to the Sonics’ small forward Detlef Schrempf , who is a 6-foot-10 German who was a rarity at the time for being able to handle the ball at his size while also being adept at shooting and passing. He does not, however, go by the nickname of a salty crustacean.