Russell Westbrook got booed in Milwaukee Monday night.
Not because he dropped 30 points on the Bucks — the fans paid to see that, and they still got a Bucks win out of the game.
No, Westbrook dared tread on sacred ground in Wisconsin — he celebrated with the Aaron Rodgers discount double-check/putting on the belt move.
This likely was targeted at Steve Novak, the former Thunder player and long-time NBA sharpshooter who now rides the bench for the Bucks.
Milwaukee fans should take a deep breath — the Packers are in the playoffs, they have a home game this week, and nobody wants to face them right now, Rodgers and company are that hot.
Westbrook likes to taunt, to stir the pot. That or he wants a piece of that State Farm commercial money.