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Wesley Johnson has been a Laker for less than a month, but he’s already fitting in with the purple and gold just fine. Laker fans have been clowning on the Clippers for years, and now Johnson is joining in with the festivities.
On Sunday night, Johnson took to his Twitter account to ask a simple question regarding “The Fast and the Furious” movie franchise:
How many fast and furious will there be?— Wes Johnson (@Weside11) August 26, 2013
So far there’s been six movies with a seventh on the way, and according to one Laker fan, it could be a while until they stop shooting altogether:
"@ricar_dough562: @Weside11 they gonna stop when the clippers win a championship which is never! Lol" LOL— Wes Johnson (@Weside11) August 26, 2013
Note that Johnson didn’t just give a regular “lol” when he retweeted the fan’s reply; he went with an all-caps “LOL” – nice work, Wes.
Last week, Matt Barnes invaded Nick Young’s Instagram account and said the Lakers’ run is “over” – I wonde
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