JP Speaks: On D’Angelo Russell, Nick Young and respect for teammates

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CHICAGO - What happens on the field isn't exactly grabbing the headlines much this month.

White Sox fans should know all about that after the controversy surrounding Adam LaRoche's retirement due to cut down locker room access for his son Drake.

Then came an even more bizarre incident this week in Los Angeles: A video featuring Nick Young shot by teammate D'Angelo Russell was accidentally made public. The rookie guard apparently taped his teammate discussing relationships without Young's knowledge.

It's cause a number of debates among fans and pundits about the ediquette of the locker room and the respect of privacy among teammates.

As a former NFL player, Jarrett Payton knows of the locker room culture and how to build a good working relationship with teammates. He chose to speak on this issue in his latest edition of "JP Speaks" on Thursday's Sports Feed.

To listen to the commentary, click on the video above.

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