Former MVP Russell Westbrook had high expectations as he entered the 2021-22 NBA season with LeBron James’ Los Angeles Lakers. Derived as an A-Tier leader, Brodie got off to a rocky start, but when the Lakers started the season with a more-than-decent 0.500% win percentage, he slipped under the radar of angry and frustrated Laker fans, who ended up naming his WESTBRICK.
Russell Westbrook spoils his family’s name and has had a terrible time with the purple and gold army. To an extent that there were reports that he would not be part of the team next season. In the same note, Jim Norton came out to advise Westbrook on how to stop fans from trolling and abusing him, maybe game by game now.
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Jim Norton on how Russell Westbrook stopped consistent fan trolling
The Lakers are currently ranked 10thth in the Western Conference and are inches away from being eliminated from a play-in tournament as well. With the San Antonio Spurs just a handful of wins away from drawing even with purple and gold, Jim Norton told TMZ Sports exclusively how Russell Westbrook could survive from unappreciative fan abuse.
Jim told TMZ Sports Russell Westbrook needs to start backtracking on fans in a war of words, encouraging the baller to “attack those losers” who are yelling at him.
Jim Norton said there are many nights in his industry when he doesn’t make it, so he never gets mad at fans who berate him when he deserves it.
“Well, that’s why I said ‘play better’‘ says Morton, “Because when I’m on stage, there are a lot of nights I suck.”
“I kind of know when I’m sucking. So if I have a really bad sentence and someone yells, ‘Shit’, I’ll address it and I’ll be mean to the person. But I can’t really be mad at them for telling the truth.”
Will we see Westbrook finally be able to shut up fans amid this persistent abuse rally, even if his days in the Laker jersey are limited? Remains to be seen.
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