As the season draws to a close, the fate of the Los Angeles Lakers rests in the hands of their not-so-good roster. The Lakers opted to win the Western Conference, led by none other than four-time champion LeBron James. Last season, the team felt the need to add to their roster in a heaped free agency. What followed was a roster that many thought would be endgame.
Among those bought were Carmelo Anthony, Malik Monk, Dwight Howard and, of course, Russell Westbrook. The season did not turn out as expected, which infuriated Laker Nation. He struggled to create the game, which resulted in the nickname “Westbrick”, shooting and not turning the ball. Recently, the actor and his wife, Nina Westbrook, lashed out at the hater.
Russell Westbrook has yet to find a role with the LA Lakers
The 33-year-old quarterback has found his new home after signing a trade deal involving the Lakers and the Washington Wizards last summer. But when it comes to her season, the star may have been on her way to a different home long before settling down. Westbrook’s reliability in the clutch has really shown a lot this season and it’s like he’s lost the athleticism he once was. known. He was also not consistent on the scoring side.
This season, he averaged 18.1 points with 43.2% shooting accuracy, 7.2 assists and 7.6 rebounds per game. A perfect example of his lack of consistency has manifested in his last two games. He scored 30 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists on 52.4% shooting in 39 minutes against the Houston Rockets. In the next game, he had 5 points, 3 rebounds, 9 assists, steals and blocks. He made a shocking 18.2% shot and zero three-pointers from the field.
LA Lakers fan asks manager Rich Paul to sign Brodie for player
During their most recent match, a fan on the team noticed agent Rich Paul and said: “Rich, can you trade me for Westbrook? I can bro. I can shoot some.” Paul walked away laughing at his fan’s comment. The person identified is Gerald Huston, a popular comedian known for deliberately approaching people as someone else.
rich Paul A sports manager from Cleveland, Ohio. He represents some of the best players in the league, including LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Zach LaVine, and also Draymond Green. He is also the founder of the famous Klutch Sports Group. More recently, he has even signed with players from the NFL.
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