Um, who let this guy in?
That seems to be the very calm, cool reaction of the Oklahoma City Thunder’s Russell Westbrook, after an angry Philadelphia 76ers fan flipped him off midway through the first quarter of Wednesday’s game.
“Can he do that?” Westbrook seemed to ask the referee.
This layup seemed to set off the 76ers fan:
Twitter erupted in support of Westbrook and his “perfect” reaction. Multiple users called for the Philadelphia fan to be removed. Soon after the outburst, game officials did just that, and escorted the man, who was wearing an Allen Iverson jersey, out of the arena.
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