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Alex Rodríguez explains his viral smarts on social networks

Alex Rodríguez explains his viral smarts on social networks

The former NBA star and current owner of the Minnesota Timberwolves attracted attention during an interview

Not strange to see Alex Rodriguez He sits on the front row at NBA arenas, and even more so when talking about Minnesota Timberwolves games, the team of which he is part owner.

However, the interview that took place during the game between Karl Towns and the Minnesota Timberwolves drew a lot of attention and not necessarily because of what was happening on the field.

Social media was filled with memes and comments about how A-Rod looked, with his extremely tanned skin, which caught the attention of NBA fans.

Because of the reactions, Rodriguez himself wanted to make clarifications on his social networks and justified everything by going on vacation in the Dominican Republic.

Okay everyone, I know I'm brown but I'm Dominican and I went on vacation. And I slept in the sunRodriguez began to say jokingly in English.

“Everyone calm down,” while he also said a few words in Spanish on his social networks. “Calm down, calm down my people… now!”, the former MLB star finished by saying, which sparked thousands of comments.

After retiring from the major leagues, Dominican Alex Rodriguez began a journey that led him to become a businessman and television analyst, and last year he embarked on a project to acquire part of the WNBA's Timberwolves and Minnesota Timberwolves.

During the interview that was broadcast last Friday, Rodriguez pointed to the success achieved by the Timberwolves during the season, although he admitted that the Western Conference is not easy at all.

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“The West is tough and it could be anyone's game this year. One of the things you want to focus on is continuity and stability, and that's something we've done with Tim Connelly and Chris Finch and this group,” Rodriguez said.

The Timberwolves lead the Western Conference and over the weekend became the second 40-win team in the NBA.

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