Aldridge deactivates social media accounts following rough outing against Warriors If you’re looking for some insight into LaMarcus Aldridge’s psyche after his waking nightmare at Oracle Arena Monday, you won’t find it on social media. Shortly after being turned invisible by Draymond Green and Andrew Bogut in the Spurs’ 120 90 loss to the Warriors, Aldridge deactivated his Twitter and Instagram accounts. Last night, searching for his game would have returned a similar result. For just the eighth time in Ray Ban RB3475Q Sunglasses Red Frame Orange Red Crystal Lens
Ray Ban RB3475Q Sunglasses Red Frame Orange Red Crystal Lens his career, Aldridge failed to eclipse five points when playing at least 25 minutes. His 2 for 9 shooting performance also marked the worst of the season. Twitter fingers attacked Aldridge with even more brutality than the Warriors. Calling him a bust. A coward. A phony. Soft. Drawing dreaded Richard Jefferson comparisons. Some were Warriors fans, but many more were supposed Spurs fans. In the aftermath of such a performance, some athletes prefer to bathe in the negativity, firing shots back from their keyboard or phone. Aldridge took a different route.