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Singer Carrie Underwood and her NHL husband Mike Fisher attend the 2013 CMT Music awards at the Bridgestone Arena last night in Nashville. I’m really looking forward to seeing if Carrie Underwood brings anything different to Sunday Night Football.-TO
Carrie Underwood Gets Sunday Night Football Gig
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Russell Westbrook posted a video of himself, still waiting for the surgically-repaired meniscus in his knee to heal, singing Taylor Swift.
Russell Westbrook has joined the world of Vine – the social media mobile app that enables users to create and post short looping video clips. His latest upload features the OKC guard playing air guitar with his crutches and singing along to pop star Taylor Swift’s latest single “22,” reminiscent of his sideline Ke$ha lip-synch during the season. If his future uploads are...
Ways to tell if you happen to be a bored NBA player….
1) You pretend that your crutch is a guitar
2) You lip-sync to Taylor Swift’s song “22″
3) You post the video to the Internet
4) You are Russell Wesbrook
Russell Westbrook uses crutch like guitar, lip-syncs Taylor Swift [Jocks and Stilletto Jill]
If Russell Westbrook's 2012-13 playoff experience were a Taylor Swift song, it would probably be one of her earlier hits, "Teardrops On My Guitar."
That's because the Oklahoma City Thunder guard probably thought he would be playing tonight in Game 1 of the NBA Finals against the Miami Heat, not sitting at home, blasting out Vines.
Westbrook injured his knee during...
At this time last year, Russell Westbrook was playing in the NBA Finals with the rest of his Oklahoma City Thunder teammates. This year, no such luck for Russ or OKC. So what’s an injured point guard to do with all his free time? Well, play air guitar with his crutch and sing a catchy Taylor Swift song, for starters. If he keeps this up, Russ may be ready to play his own concerts...