Reggie Jackson used to be Russell Westbrook’s backup with the Thunder, but his tenure with Oklahoma didn’t go well at the end, with freeze outs and pettiness ruling the day. Now, after expressing a desire to run his own team, Jackson, one of 2015-16’s breakout stars, is carrying a Pistons squad of his own.
Tuesday night, he led Detroit to an 88-82 win over his former Thunder, who were missing Kevin Durant. So, Jackson got pumped. Really pumped.
Westbrook, judging from body language, didn’t approve:
But this isn’t just about the picture or armchair psychology or conspicuously trying to interpret shaded body language. Let’s allow Westbrook to express for himself exactly what he thought of Jackson’s postgame celebration.