To the delight of most local fans and the disappointment of all content creators, Russell Westbrook's disastrous tenure with the Los Angeles Lakers came to an end last night. The former MVP was traded for D'Angelo Russell, Malik Beasley, and Jarred Vanderbilt. The failed experiment has, finally, shuttered.

Westbrook is currently a member of the Utah Jazz but there is no reason to think he will suit up for even one game. Westbrook is not a good player anymore and has a history with the Jazz fandom. It is widely assumed that Utah will attempt to buy Westbrook out of the final year of his $47 million contract and both sides will move on.

This likely scenario would result in Westbrook becoming a free agent for the first time in his career. As previously stated he is no longer very good, averaging 15.9 points, 6.2 rebounds, and 7.5 assists per game on 41 percent shooting from the floor. His Lakers tenure showed that he needs to be forced to play winning basketball and is prone to blow up a possession at any moment by thinking "It's Russell Westbrook time." But NBA teams are much like Tobias Funke: There will be a few of them who believe it might work for them.

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