Russell Westbrook He has been the talk of the town again in the Lakers’ last loss to the San Antonio Spurs. The point guard made headlines before the match after his wife’s statements, Nina Westbrook, in which she claimed that both the player and his family had received death threats for team play.
Already on the tables of the AT&T Center Westbrook left another image for the controversy and that can perfectly summarize the season of the Los Angeles team. In the middle of the warm-up round, the base wanted to leave an action for the cameras and launch an alley oop to crush, but the ball ended up going over the board.
Already in the game, in which the Los Angeles Lakers fell to a very successful San Antonio Spurs (54.8% shooting success), the Californian point guard was once again the protagonist after facing a Spurs fan who was berating him during the match for his lack of success (five of 14) at launch. “Don’t disrespect me,” the baseman snapped at the fan in a new conflict for his game