Who Are Russell Westbrook Kids And Why He’s Signing Clippers?

Who Are Russell Westbrook Kids

Fans speculate that Russell Westbrook kids are the reason why he is signing the Clippers and pressing the eject button on Utah Jazz. Westbrook has three children with his wife, Nina Earl; twin daughters, Skye and Jordyn, aged 3 and a son Noah, aged 5.

Russell Westbrook kids are getting an education from a school in Los Angeles, and according to his old interviews, he is proud of being a father and taking care of them.

In an old interview, he said that being a father, he has been blessed and grateful. The best part of his day is waking up with his kids at 6:00 a.m. 

He is most proud of, and taking his kids to school and picking them up that’s what keeps him whole and it keeps him going.

One fan tweeted, “Yea. Russ def wants to leave his hometown where his kids go to school.”

Russel Westbrook plans to sign the Clippers

Nine-time All-Star guard Russel Westbrook plans to sign with the Clippers after completing a contract buyout with Utah Jazz.

Utah Jazz and Westbrook are finalizing the buyout contract on the remaining 47 million dollars owned on his ending deal. The NBA MVO would return to Los Angeles, this time with the Clippers. 

The league announced that the Utah Jazz officially waived off Russell Westbrook on Monday afternoon.

The LA Clippers became drastically interested in Russell, as team officials, including the president of basketball operations Lawrence Frank and coach Ty Lue, dug into a series of conversions with the former NBA MVP.

According to sources, those officials’ conversations were centered on Russell’s willingness to fit into a prominent and specific part with the LA Clippers built around his toughness, rebounding, and playmaking.

Russell Westbrook, 34, will join the LA Clippers core that championship spirit and includes his former Thunder teammate Paul George.

Before coming up with the decision to sign LA Clippers, Russell had discussed deals with the Washington Wizards, Miami Heat, and Chicago Bulls in recent days. 

Still, the chance to compete for a championship and remain in LA significantly influenced his decision to choose the LA Clippers.

The La Lakers traded Russell, and a 2027 first-round draft pick to the Utah Jazz as part of a three-team deal Wednesday. After a season plus with the Los Angeles Lakers, Russell took time to consider and decompress his possibilities.

Russell embraced a sixth-man role for the Los Angeles Lakers, with 6.2 rebounds, 7.5 assists, and averaging 15.9 points in 28.7 minutes per game.

CEO of Jazz Utah, Danny Ainge, coach Will Hardy, and GM Justin Zanik told Russell on Friday, February 17, 2023, that they would welcome him reporting to the team. Still, the organization prioritized and played its younger player and will make no assurances on role size or minutes.

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