Cast enough lines and you're bound to catch something I suppose. Makes sense that the overly sensitive egomaniac that's always creeping at the surface waiting to lash out at the next person to utter his name was the first to get reeled up to the boat. Hook, line, sinker. Good work Russell. One of the most important players on your opposition was backed into a corner swinging at air and you ran smack dab into an aimless haymaker.
This entire sports news circuit today has pretty much all been centered around Draymond Green, and Russell Westbrook allowed himself to get roped right into the stupidity. You know what's just as dumb as saying that a punch in the head and a kick in the cock aren't remotely close to being the same thing? A professional athlete saying that he doesn't know how to fall on the ground. Russell Westbrook has never received a fine for a flop so he has the right to say that he's never committed one, even if it is complete and utter bullshit. What he can't get away with is treating the public like we are unintelligible enough to believe that a player that can run through a wall while dribbling a basketball isn't physically capable of embellishing contact. It's comments like that are just ridiculous enough to take the heat off Draymond Green by giving him the company he so desperately desired in the headline department. Especially when they couldn't be farther from the truth...