Russell Westbrook did not speak to the media after he was subbed out for the final three minutes and 52 seconds of the Los Angeles Lakers home loss to the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday. However, based on his immediate reaction to Frank Vogel’s bold decision, the nine-time All-Star earning $44 million did not seem thrilled about being replaced by a guy on a minimum contract.

First, we got the postgame report from ESPN’s Dave McMenamin which revealed Westbrook exited the court with about eight seconds remaining and jettisoned from the locker room before his teammates finished showering. On Thursday, Kyle Goon of the Orange County Register shed more light on the ordeal.

The 33-year-old point guard nearly left the floor after he was subbed out for Malik Monk, but teammate DeAndre Jordan shepherded him back. Westbrook watched the next few minutes unfold, apparently jawing from the bench with his jersey untucked, although exactly what was said (and at whom) is still unclear.

(From my vantage point at Arena, I noticed that Russ went straight to the tunnel after being pulled. FWIW, Goon asked LeBron about a late-game exchange with somebody courtside, and LeBron angrily deflected the question — saying he usually remembers everything but didn’t remember that.)