ESPN published this video item, entitled “Jalen Rose reacts to fan throwing popcorn on Russell Westbrook | Jalen & Jacoby” – below is their description.
Jalen Rose reacts to fan throwing popcorn on Russell Westbrook | Jalen & Jacoby
Jalen Rose and David Jacoby react to a Philadelphia 76ers fan throwing popcorn on Russell Westbrook as he was leaving the court due to an injury. Jalen also reacts to Ja Morant putting up 47 points in the Memphis Grizzlies Game 2 loss to the Utah Jazz.
0:00 Jalen Rose wants the fan to come forward.
2:00 David Jacoby shares his thoughts.
4:20 Reacting to Ja Morant’s 47-point night vs. the Jazz.
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