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Russell Westbrook Calls Reporter A Troll After An ‘Inappropriate’ Question

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Russell Westbrook Calls  Reporter A Troll After An ‘Inappropriate’ Question

After the Oklahoma City Thunder swept the defending champion Dallas Mavericks right out of the playoffs on Friday night (5/4) Russell Westbrook was asked a question about teammate James Harden he didn’t seem to like too much.

The question wasn’t all that bad from most people’s viewpoint, but obviously Westbrook didn’t like the position he was being put it.

You be the judge and listen as he calls the reporter a troll under his breath:

Damn! Talk about getting shut down!

It was a good question considering Harden probably is a max player but the Thunder can’t afford to pay him that much which puts them in a tough spot. That reporter should save that question for someone actually making those decisions next time.