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“What’s Understood Doesn’t Need To Be Explained” NBA Fashion Icon Russell Westbrook Sends Out a Deep Message

Russell Westbrook Scored 35 points for the Wizards in the victory against the Utah Jazz

Russell Westbrook is one of the most enigmatic characters in the league at the moment. Earlier, he posted a photo on his Instagram profile with a caption that is difficult to decipher.

On Thursday night, the Washington Wizards point guard posted the photo with a caption, “What’s understood does not need to be explained”. This post of his got traction on social media and featured comments from many notable personalities, including artist Jaeson Ma.

 

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Westbrook is known for his erratic fashion sense, which is liked and ridiculed equally in the media. This outfit was no different, as he wore a blue jumper with white Converse shoes.

Russell Westbrook finding his feet at the Washington Wizards

After spending a dismal season with the Houston Rockets, Westbrook was traded to the Washington Wizards at the start of this season. “Brodie” could not perform well for the Wizards either, failing to leave an impact on the team. However, he has now regained some form along with the likes of Bradley Beal.

In that manner, Russell Westbrook and the Wizards overcame the challenge of the Utah Jazz on Thursday night. Beating a top-of-the-table side will surely instill confidence in the side. Westbrook scored his 13th triple-double of this season. He finished with 35 points, 15 rebounds, and 13 assists during the game.

Russell Westbrook and Bradley Beal performed exceptionally well for the Wizards

Apart from Westbrook, Bradley Beal kept up his MVP-worthy form as he went on to score a whopping 43 points to keep Utah at bay. After the win, Beal was asked to explain what went through his mind. He said, “We guarded for 48 minutes. We just did a good job of making them uncomfortable. In fact, Everyone executed on the offensive end. We made sure everyone was involved, but it was definitely the defense that won us the game.”

The Washington Wizards are currently 13th in the Eastern Conference standings. With the second half of the season underway, their playoff hopes look slim. However, with the likes of Bradley Beal and Russell Westbrook in their roster, they will push forward from now until the end of the season.

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