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Thunder guard Russell Westbrook had some strong words for Reggie Jackson after the Thunder’s loss to the Pistons.

By SI Wire
March 30, 2016

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Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Wesbrook was critical of Reggie Jackson after the Thunder’s loss to the Pistons on Tuesday.

Detroit defeated Oklahoma City 88–82, with Jackson scoring 13 points against his former team. Jackson did not leave the Thunder on good terms, and celebrated the win by skipping down the court and motioning to the crowd.

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After the game, Westbrook used an expletive to describe Jackson’s celebration. (Warning: Video contains explicit language)

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Westbrook scored 24 points as Kevin Durant and Serge Ibaka missed the game to rest. The loss snapped an eight-game winning streak for the Thunder.

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