D’Angelo Russell Career-High Game Ruined By Ankle Injury, Says “Y’all Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet”
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It was one of the best games of the season and a career-best for D’Angelo Russell but it ended on a bad note for the rookie. With a little more than 2 minutes left in regulation, Russell had to leave the game with an ankle injury after scoring 11 of his carer-high 27 in the 4th.
“Y’all ain’t seen nothing yet,” Russell said after the Lakers loss. “That’s all I’m going to say. … The world hasn’t seen anything yet.”
“I just know what I’m capable of,” he added. “When I don’t do it, you can always throw the excuse — you’re young, it’s a process, this and that — but I know what I can do. Just staying patient and just keep putting in hard work and keep God first and the sky is the limit.”