Russell Westbrook delivers blunt reply whilst talking about ‘regret’ joining LeBron James and Lakers

The former MVP found his groove while playing alongside James Harden, Kevin Durant and Bradley Beal, helping these players produce the best numbers of their career.

Russell Westbrook
Russell Westbrook

Russell Westbrook has been at the helm of all criticism while the LA Lakers have looked lackluster throughout the 2021-22 season. On one hand, where the purple and gold army haven’t been able to consistently register wins, Westbrook has not been able to live up to his hype. As a result, of which fans have urged the Lakers to trade Westbrook, deeming the acquisition as a ‘regret’, to which now Brodie has decided to reply upon. 

Russell Westbrook
Russell Westbrook

The former MVP found his groove while playing alongside James Harden, Kevin Durant and Bradley Beal, helping these players produce the best numbers of their career. But the same hasn’t happened at LA as both LeBron James and Anthony Davis have shared their responsibilities, yet the outcome hasn’t been fruitful. So, midway through the campaign, what is going inside Brodie’s mind? 

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What was opinionated by Russell Westbrook on joining LeBron James, Lakers? 

Russell Westbrook, Carmelo Anthony and LeBron James
Russell Westbrook, Carmelo Anthony and LeBron James

Westbrook himself recently faced these questions head-on. When asked if he holds any regrets about making the big move to the Lakers to team up with LeBron and the Lakers, Russ responded in a very straightforward manner, “No,” Westbrook said, via Sam Amick of The Athletic“Nah. I mean, not at all, because — like I told you — it’s bigger than basketball for me.” 

Russell Westbrook might be the leading triple-double scorer and has even got the most in this season as well. But that indeed has hampered the form of the most iconic team, as they have flunked against top-rated team since the beginning.  

Russell Westbrook and Rudy Gobert
Russell Westbrook and Rudy Gobert

Given that the Lakers have beaten Utah Jazz in their previous contest, and LeBron James has publicly apologized for the team’s run in the 2021-22 season. Will that prove to be a turning point for the Los Angeles Lakers in this season? Only time will unravel all the answers. However, for no all eyes will be on Westbrook and how he supports his teammates, as the season has only started to pick pace approaching the All-Star Game in almost a month’s time.

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