Russell Westbrook Stats
- Height / Weight
- 75 / 200 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 11/12/1988 (33)
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Russell Westbrook News
Los Angeles Lakers guard Russell Westbrook is coming off a rough campaign and could need a change of scenery. However, the All-Star guard has a $47 million player option that he is unlikely to decline. Luckily, he is on an expiring deal, which could increase his value in the trade market. The Indiana Pacers are an organization that could have some interest in Westbrook. They have Buddy Hield signed to a two-year deal worth $40.4 million and Malcolm Brogdon locked into a three-year deal worth $68 million. The Lakers expressed interest in Hield before acquiring Westbrook. Possibly, the two sides can come to an agreement this offseason.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Russell Westbrook believes that the organization didn't give him a fair chance this season. The All-Star guard mentioned he wasn't given a chance to be who he needed to be. He also shifted some of the blame on former head coach Frank Vogel. Westbrook mentioned he didn't have a great relationship with Vogel and he felt like he had to prove himself to the coach. To be honest, Westbrook isn't a good fit for this roster, but it's unlikely he opts out of his $47.1 million option for next season.
The 2021-22 season has officially come to an end for Los Angeles Lakers center Anthony Davis (foot) and point guard Russell Westbrook (shoulder), who have been ruled out for Sunday's game against Denver. The duo had missed the two previous outings after the team was officially eliminated from postseason contention, paving the way for Stanley Johnson, Malik Monk, and Talen Horton-Tucker to all take on significantly elevated offensive roles. Davis finishes the year just shy of averaging a double-double with 23.2 points and 9.9 rebounds, while Westbrook's overall numbers slid significantly from last season with 18.5 points, 7.4 boards, and 7.1 assists per outing. What the fantasy future holds for both former All-Stars is likely to be determined during the off-season.
Los Angeles Lakers center Anthony Davis (foot) and point guard Russell Westbrook (shoulder) have been ruled out for Friday's contest against Oklahoma City. Davis and Westbrook are missing their second consecutive outing after the Lakers have been eliminated from playoff contention, paving the way for Talen Horton-Tucker, Malik Monk, Dwight Howard and others to all see elevated roles. There is little reason that L.A. would have the duo suit up if they're not 100 percent for Sunday's regular-season finale vs. the Nuggets, so fantasy managers will want to keep an eye on the Lakers' rotations to glean the best DFS options down the stretch.