"He's going to have leeway," D'Antoni said of Young. "That's what he does. He scores. If you don't give him leeway, you shouldn't play him. When he's on the floor, you have to respect his talent. He's coachable and wants to play the right way. He will. But he's one of those guys when he gets on a roll, he puts up a lot of points. You ride him when he does and try to watch him when he doesn't. But Nick is going to score a lot of points for us."