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Back in January, Denver Nuggets mascot Rocky had a couple of his traditional half-court shots blocked by visiting Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook. On Friday night, the Thunder returned to the Pepsi Center in Denver, and Rocky was prepared.
This time around, Rocky had a team of security guards and children line up on both sides of the key to prevent Westbrook, or anybody else, from blocking his shot attempts.
Video via Beyond The Buzzer. H/T Cosby.
Russell Westbrook denies halfcourt shots by Denver Nuggets mascot (Video)
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The Denver Nuggets mascot came prepared for Russell Westbrook on Friday night. Prior to the game, Rocky the mascot, tried to settle things with the Thunder guard who didn’t pay him a shred of attention. More importantly, in the second half, Rocky brought a security detail for his traditional half court shot attempts that was blocked last time the Nuggets and Thunder met by Westbrook.
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