D’Angelo Russell has been a tad more vocally frustrated than the average rookie. Not playing in key minutes frustrates the young man to death. Last night, his prayers were answered. Russell had his best game yet which helped the Lakers pull off their first win of the season.
In the second quarter, Russell did something unreal to a man often recognized for his energetic on ball defense…
To be honest, it wouldn’t have looked as dirty if Julius Randle’s brick wall of a frame wasn’t involved. Jack’s splits was still epic though.