Jazz news: Rudy Gobert destroys 'dumb f**k' on Twitter
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Jazz star Rudy Gobert destroys ‘dumb f**k’ on Twitter

Rudy Gobert, Jazz

Utah Jazz All-Star center Rudy Gobert doesn’t have time for “dumb f**ks” these days.

The reigning two-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year destroyed a troll on Twitter who was being negative after Gobert quote tweeted a post about equality:

Here’s Gobert’s original tweet:

The troll deleted his response, but we have the receipts:

Just because athletes have money and fame, it doesn’t mean they can’t speak on oppression. Like Rudy Gobert says, he’s speaking out for the people who don’t have a voice at this time.

The NBA suspended the 2019-20 season after Gobert tested positive for COVID-19 in March. The league is hopeful of resuming games in July or August at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Until sports return, the George Floyd protests will continue to dominate the headlines everywhere.

Before the season was suspended, Gobert was averaging 15.1 points, 13.7 rebounds and 1.5 assists for Utah. He was shooting 69.8 percent from the field and blocking two shots a night. The Jazz were in fourth place in the Western Conference standings.

Gobert was the subject of a lot of venom in March and April after the NBA had to suspend play. The All-Star jokingly touched a bunch of reporters’ mics after a press conference in Utah and was being careless in the locker room with his Jazz teammates.

Gobert and star shooting guard Donovan Mitchell were the only two players on the Jazz who tested positive. There have been rumors of a beef between the two All-Stars, but the hope is they’ll get over it.

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