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It's no secret that Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook enjoys donning outrageous outfits.Former NBA star Walt "Clyde" Frazier was known for sporting some pretty crazy outfits in his playing days, as well.So, it was only natural for the two to pair up in a new ad for Levi's, which allows them to show off their keen sense of fashion and their colorful personalities.Check it out, folks.Via The Big Lead
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