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Russell Westbrook Says “Fuck No” To Being Cool with Joel Embiid

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Joel Embiid let’s the world know that things are not okay between him and Russell Westbrook.

Joel Embiid and Russell Westbrook have been beefing for a while. Back in 2017, when Embiid left the Oklahoma City Thunder and waved goodbye to the crowd, Westbrook mocked him.

Since then, the two players have only interacted with each other a few times. Then, on Thursday during a game between the 76ers and Thunder, they clashed again. Embiid crashed into Westbrook as he tried to make a shot. Also, both teams then had to hold the men back as they looked like they were ready to fight.

The Thunder managed to win the game. According to USA Today, Westbrook made it known that he was not happy with Embiid. Reporters also managed to catch up with Westbrook and asked him about Embiid. He responded by saying: “Fuck No.”

It looks like the beef between Joel Embiid and Russell Westbrook is not going to stop anytime soon! But the question is what’s not being said to the public. Looks like only time will tell!

So, what do you think of the ongoing feud between Joel Embiid and Russell Westbrook? Whose side are you on?

Please comment below with your thoughts! Also, don’t forget to keep it locked on hypefresh for more culture!

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