Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell issued a prolonged assertion on twitter Tuesday afternoon with reference to Russell Westbrook’s verbal altercation with a Jazz fan at Vivent Smart Home area.

Westbrook, who has had a number of incidents with followers in Utah, was caught on camera telling a heckling fan, “I will fuck you up. You and your spouse. I will fuck you up.” After the sport, Westbrook explained to reporters that the fan had instructed him “to get down on my knees such as you used to.” 

In his assertion, Mitchell made observe that this isn’t the primary time an opposing participant has skilled such habits in Salt Lake City.

“Racism and hate speech hurts us all, and this isn’t the primary time one thing like this has occurred in our area. The Utah that I’ve come to like is welcoming and inclusive and final evening’s incident will not be indicative of our fanbase. We do not need to create a destructive fame for athletes who doubtlessly could need to come to Utah.”

Additionally, Mitchell has vowed to work with the league by his basis to assist fight racial inequality. 

“Over the approaching months I’ll work with the group, my teammates and the league to assist make our arenas and our communities extra inclusive and welcoming. That contains bans on hate speech and racism.

I haven’t got all of the solutions, however this low season I’ll work by my basis, SPIDACARES to take a more in-depth have a look at race points throughout the nation to see what I can do to assist fight towards racial inequality.”