Published: Fri, March 15, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Gail Miller Addresses Jazz Fans, Says 'We Are Not A Racist Community'

Gail Miller Addresses Jazz Fans, Says 'We Are Not A Racist Community'

Paul George led the Thunder with 36 points in just his second game in Indianapolis since being traded in July 2017.

Once the incident occurred, many fans assumed that Westbrook was just guilty of being thin-skinned while receiving a heckling from a persistent fan. I will fuck you up, you and your wife.

He later said that the two fans he was yelling at had told him to "get down on my knees like you used to".

The man Westbrook was shouting at during the game, identified as Shane Keisel, denied saying anything improper or profane. "I promise you. You think I'm playing".

"I swear to god, I'll f-- you up. I'll (expletive) you up".

Utah Jazz owner Gail Miller issued a statement Thursday regarding the National Basketball Association code of conduct after a fan was banned for life after he reportedly taunted Oklahoma City Thunder player Russell Westbrook Monday.

Irving would continue his discussion, speaking on human nature and though not defending Westbrook's response to the fan in terms of what he said, defending the former MVP's character and acknowledging that fans can tend to cross the line in their comments towards players. 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. I truly will stand up for myself and my family and my wife and my mom and my dad every single time.

Westbrook was pulled up by the match officials for his altercation with the fans and he addressed the situation after the game and revealed that the exchange got heated due to a racial comment made by one of the home supporters.

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Westbrook spoke to the media after the game and defended his actions.

"He's gotta be a professional". Mitchell said he will devote some time in the coming months to try to combat racial inequality.

Matthews had 16 points and seven rebounds.

"Russ is just F-bombing, and carrying on acting a fool down here and everybody's getting on him".

Keisel told Salt Lake City television station KSL that he told Westbrook to "sit down and ice your knees, bro".

"I said "yeah, well you'll need it", and then it turned into not safe for work. I never said a swear word to him". It shows just how far America has to go as a nation to achieve true equality and respect for all people, regardless of their race, religion, nationality or gender. "She never got up". "Initially, I was like, 'Oh, I'm talking with Westbrook, the guy is one of the greats". But don't threaten a woman. She's five feet tall and 110lbs, man. Athletes in other sports experience racism, as well. Following a pair of free throws from George with 1.9 seconds left, IN inbounded the ball to Cory Joseph, who launched and hit a halfcourt shot - his first ever make IN 10 tries. "Welcome to the NBA, Jen".

And Westbrook wanted to explain why he threatened Keisel's wife as well. Past year in the playoffs he slapped the cellphone out of a fan's hand at the end of the game.

He's also tweeted in October that "Russell Westbrook needs to go back where he came from! Jazz fans are loyal to the Utah Jazz", the campaign reads.

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