Rather discreet on the court this season, D’Angelo Russell has just shaken up social networks with a tweet that has not gone unnoticed. The opportunity to launch an interesting substantive debate, which seems clearly legitimate…
Arrived in the NBA with great fanfare at the Lakers, D’Angelo Russell never really reached the expected potential. Of course, D-Lo is a solid scorer, skilled shooter and gifted passer. But heading into his eighth season in the league, it’s already hard not to have a bitter aftertaste about D-Lo. Author of dubious playoffs, the Wolves have also probed the market for their guard, in vain. It is therefore indeed at Minny that Russell’s career should continue.
D’Angelo Russell destroys NBA players!
Before talking about him again on the court, at least we hope, the Minnesota player ignited the web with a tweet in which he makes a laconic statement about his counterparts. Judge instead:
— D’Angelo Russell (@Dloading) July 29, 2022
The NBA is filled with athletes, but not basketball players. Respectfully.
A cash opinion, which did not earn Russell pleasant comments. The proof with one of them, in reference to the famous “D-Loading”:
You have been loading for 7 years https://t.co/DUh2CW8IDo
— Toinye 🍘🍙 (@KingQ_Tip) July 29, 2022
You’ve been charging for 7 years
Many other Internet users shared the former Laker’s observation, while recalling that such an outing on his part was rather daring:
Facts! But nobody is hearing it from you bro. You’re obviously good and I’m a fan, but as of 2022 you haven’t had a career good enough for you to be talking down on your peers.
— Salvadore DALI (@oldmansouthside) July 30, 2022
It’s true ! Afterwards, no one wants to hear that from you bro. You’re strong and I’m a fan, but to date you haven’t had a good enough career to talk badly about your peers like that.
Everyone will have their own opinion, but it is true that many young players are now outstanding athletes, but without the fundamentals of previous generations.
D’Angelo Russell may not be in the best position to be so critical of his counterparts after his average season, but the debate he raises is inherently very interesting. And you, how do you position yourself?