The Los Angeles Clippers faced the Sacramento Kings in one of the most exciting encounters of the last season. The Kings showed incredible heart and determination to win the game 176-175. Russell Westbrook made his much-anticipated debut for the Clippers, but his special night was ruined. In addition to a heartbreaking loss, Westbrook suffered another humiliation during the post-game interview.

Kings’ De’Aaron Fox and Malik Monk were interviewed and Fox went all out. When Fox was asked for her thoughts on the game as a whole, he broke all filters and offered his honest thoughts on Westbrook. With a fun game and equally fun press conference, NBA fans got excited on Twitter.

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Former MVP Russell Westbrook almost got his team across the finish line on his debut. After a chaotic end to his tenure with the Los Angeles Lakers, he played for the first time as a clipper. He was a constant target for the media and fans, while a Laker and all the hate once forced his wife to step in.

An ESPN report called him a “vampire,” and this was slammed by Nina Earl, Russ’ wife, and the NBA world. He eventually left the team and, following a takeover agreement with the Utah Jazz, joined their rivals, the Los Angeles Clippers.

Westbrook didn’t have the ideal debut. Though brilliant individually, the Kings’ performance overshadowed his debut. Also De’Aaron Fox’s Post-game comments are sure to annoy the former MVP even more.


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fox said “Is it thoughts of Westbrook or is it thoughts of us? Because I don’t give a shit who’s over there.” Malik Monk, sitting next to Fox, also agreed with the 2022-23 All-Star’s claim and added his insights.

Here’s what the NBA world had to say about Fox’s comments.

As the reactions above show, fans certainly loved what Fox had to say. The 25-year-old had a monstrous performance against the Clippers and was full of confidence, which was more than evident in his post-game press conference.

The Kings make NBA history with their recent win


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The Sacramento Kings beat the Los Angeles Clippers in a game that made history. The game went into double overtime and the Kings emerged victorious, defeating the Clippers 176-175. Interestingly, this is the second highest scoring game in NBA history.

De’Aaron Fox finished the game with 42 points, 12 assists and 5 rebounds. On the other hand, Westbrook had an impressive 17 points, 5 rebounds and 14 assists in his Clippers debut.


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