Russell Westbrook To Utah Jazz Fan: "I'll F*ck You Up"

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"I don't confront fans, fans confront me", he told reporters. "I'll f-k you up". "I promise you. I promise you. We all have a responsibility to respect the game of basketball and, more importantly, each other as human beings", Jazz president Steve Starks said in a statement. Westbrook said he was triggered by comments he considered "racial" and "inappropriate".

"I think it's fair to say that I've been called a lot worse", Mills said last February.

"There's got to be something done, there's got to be some consequences for those type of people that come to the game just to say and do whatever they want to say". And I think we can all agree that it's despicable. "I expect everyone else to do the same".

"Dennis kind of quieted things for us and gave us a little bit of breathing room in some of those situations", Donovan said.

It's tricky. On one hand, you'd hope your superstar point guard wouldn't threaten to beat up a man and his wife. Never been in any domestic violence before. "I never said a swear word to him". So that's kind of how that started. "I'll fuck you up". There's got to be something done. "I have heard fans being disrespectful of players, and I really don't like that, but I haven't heard anything racist", Gobert told ESPN.

Andy Larsen of The Salt Lake Tribune released the full statement from Westbrook on the interaction with the fan. Keisel claims the confrontation began when he told Westbrook (whose knees were heavily wrapped) to "ice those knees up".

Westbrook then responded with the expletives, Keisel said. Later that season, Keisel tweeted, "Russell Westbrook needs to go back where he came from!" However, OKC had an answer for every run and never let their lead get trimmed to less than five. She never stood up.

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"Keisel said there were no racial remarks made from him or anyone around him".

"We were just two men, I thought, having fun initially", he said.

"Initially, I was like, 'I'm talking with Westbrook". Come on up. But when you threaten a woman that's 5-feet tall and 110 pounds, you're a big man. "But you don't need to cross the line and say something that you would never say if you were walking up to one of these guys on the street".

The team announced Tuesday that the ban is effective immediately and includes all arena events after conducting an investigation.

While Vivint Smart Home Arena security handed out warning cards to numerous fans at Monday's game who violated the league's code of conduct, it did not eject Keisel or his wife.

After the game, Westbrook said he didn't regret his actions. Raymond Felton, who did not play, sat near him on the bench when the altercation took place.

"Because if I was on the street, they wouldn't just come up to me and say anything insane, because I don't play that s-t".

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