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15 April 2018, 12:18 | Charlene Valdez
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The Oklahoma City Thunder addressed play-by-play announcer Brian Davis calling Russell Westbrook "out of his cotton-pickin" mind" during Wednesday's broadcast with a statement calling the remark "offensive and inappropriate'.
Mahoney told The Norman Transcript he was unsure whether Davis would apologize for the comment the next time he was behind the mic. "While unintentional, I understand and acknowledge the gravity of the situation. This is an appropriate effect for my actions", Davis concluded.
"Again, we've expressed to him strongly that it was offensive and inappropriate, and that's all we can do for right now", Mahoney said. Broadcaster Brian Davis was providing the commentary for the game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Memphis Grizzlies when he made the remark. Now, Westbrook, as well as teammate Paul George, have responded to the comment.
Late in the second quarter, Westbrook jumped in the air and delivered a fantastic pass to Thunder shooting guard Terrance Ferguson, who knocked down a corner 3-pointer and that play had Brian Davis baffled.
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