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Montrezl Harrell posts yet another cryptic message on ‘fake people’

Montrezl Harrell, Wizards, Lakers

Another day, another cryptic message from Montrezl Harrell. It seems the Washington Wizards big man always has a lot of things running through his mind and he’s not shy about revealing them on Twitter.

Harrell will play for his fourth team in seven seasons in the NBA. But despite his journeyman status and other hurdles along the way, the former Sixth Man of the Year has helped a lot of people. He’s earned millions in his young NBA career and he said he’s been sharing his blessings.

But for Harrell, apparently, the problem is that the very people he helps don’t afford him the same kindness.

Harrell wasn’t done, posting another Tweet just one minute later.

It would be convenient to point to Los Angeles Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka or some of his former teammates as the subject of Harrell’s latest posts. But that would be a huge stretch if we’re being honest. It’s highly likely that the Wizards’ new acquisition is talking about people in his personal circle.

Getting distracted by off-court issues should be the last thing on Harrell’s mind as he prepares for his maiden stint with the Wizards, along with fellow former Lakers players Kyle Kuzma and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.

The hard-nosed Harrell will get a much-needed change of scenery with the Wizards after his one-season stopover with the Lakers didn’t pan out. He expressed his displeasure (via cryptic posts, of course) about not getting enough opportunities under coach Frank Vogel.

So this season, expect Montrezl Harrell to get even more intense. Now that’s something you can’t fake.