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Evan Fournier Throws Shade at Hassan Whiteside
- Updated: January 20, 2016
For some reason, shortly after the game, budding young Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert sent out a tweet, which called out those players who play the game strictly for numbers and not for wins.
You can have good stats but hurt your team… numbers do lie sometimes. #onlypeoplethatknowthegameunderstandthat
— Rudy Gobert (@rudygobert27) January 20, 2016
That’s when Orlando Magic guard, Evan Fournier, hinted at the discussion being about Whiteside, who had a big game in Tuesday night’s loss.
— Evan Fournier (@EvanFourmizz) January 20, 2016
When translating from French to English, “Blanc” translates to “white,” while “coté” translates to “side.”
We’ll wait and see how Miami’s starting center responds, but we all already know it isn’t going to be pretty.