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ESPN loves to get us ready for the new season (and ready to watch their broadcasts of the games) by giving us the road trip commercials featuring the on-air talent and NBA stars. Check out this spot featuring Jeff Van Gundy and Thunder guard Russell Westbrook exchanging glasses.

Jeff Van Gundy and Russell Westbrook swap glasses in ESPN commercial

The fine ad wizards over at ESPN recently released this classic NBA on ESPN commercial featuring Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook and color analyst Jeff Van Gundy.As the ESPN on NBA van continues on its wide road trip across the NBA landscape, Jeff accidentally mixes up his glasses with Mr. Westbrook's.I will say its a pretty good look for Jeff:

Thunder waive guard Walker Russell

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- The Oklahoma City Thunder waived guard Walker Russell on Monday, reducing their training camp roster to 18. Russell, who played 28 games with Detroit last season, was the first player to be cut by Oklahoma City during training camp. He appeared in one exhibition game, scoring five points with one assist in 6 minutes. The Thunder must cut three more players...

Durant, Thunder still chasing first NBA title

Basketball brought Kevin Durant a summer of extremes. Just weeks after sobbing with his mother and father after his Oklahoma City Thunder lost their fourth straight game against Miami to come up short in the NBA Finals, Durant was celebrating a gold medal with Team USA in London. Now he has try to rally an even younger Thunder team back to the finals in a bid for a different ending...

Liggins gets final roster spot as Thunder waive 3

Second-year guard DeAndre Liggins won the final roster spot for the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday as the team waived Andy Rautins, Daniel Orton and Hollis Thompson. The moves get the Thunder down to the 15-player limit for the regular season. Liggins played in five preseason games and started twice with Thabo Sefolosha and James Harden both out with injuries. He averaged 4...

Video: Nike unveils new Kevin Durant kicks

Nike released this video featuring KD V, the company's fifth signature shoe in honor of Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant, on Tuesday.Check out the back story as Durant explains what the number five means to him.Here's an excerpt of the design inspiration, according to the press release from Nike:“With a refined design aesthetic matching Durant’s smooth and fluid...

Thunder 108, Nuggets 101

James Harden returned from an injury to score 16 points, Kevin Durant and Serge Ibaka also had 16 and the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Denver Nuggets 108-101 in a preseason game Sunday night. The Thunder had their starting five together for the first time this preseason, with Kendrick Perkins playing for the first time after wrist surgery and Thabo Sefolosha coming back from a...

Parker, Harden surprise kids in pickup game

What's better than having NBA superstar an NBA superstar surprisingly show up at your pick-up basketball game at the park? Having two NBA superstars arrive without notice. That's exactly what San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker and Oklahoma City Thunder guard James Harden did to a group of kids in an ad campaign for AT&T. In a campaign title "dontmissmoments...

2012/13 NBA Team Rankings & Previews: #3 Oklahoma City Thunder

#3 - Oklahoma City Thunder2011/12 Record: 47-19, lost NBA Finals2012/13 Projected Record: 60-22, playoffs   Key Additions:NoneKey Departures:NoneDepth Chart:Point Guard: Russell Westbrook, Eric MaynorShooting Guard: James Harden, Thabo SefoloshaSmall Forward: Kevin Durant, Daequan CookPower Forward: Serge Ibaka, Nick CollisonCenter: Kendrick Perkins, Cole AldrichThe...

Bulls 94, Thunder 89

Carlos Boozer had 24 points, 12 rebounds and five assists to lead the Chicago Bulls to a 94-89 preseason victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday night. The Thunder played without three-time NBA scoring champion Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, who were rested by coach Scott Brooks. Serge Ibaka picked up the slack for the Thunder with 24 points on 10-of-17 shooting...

Russell Westbrook and Jeff Van Gundy Switch Glasses

This is a pretty funny commercial from the NBA on ESPN featuring Russell Westbrook and Jeff Van Gundy. Enjoy. Click here to view the embedded video. Article found on: Cosby Sweaters

Jeff Van Gundy Confirms It Was NBA Who Kept Stan Van Gundy Off Of ESPN

It wasn’t too long ago where there were circulated rumors that Stan Van Gundy would appear with ESPN on their NBA coverage, but that would fall through. SVG would be his lovely blunt self and claim it was the NBA who intercepted his ESPN gig, and now his brother — Jeff Van Gundy confirms this [...]The post Jeff Van Gundy Confirms It Was NBA Who Kept Stan Van Gundy Off Of ESPN...

Stan Van Gundy Blames David Stern for Influencing ESPN's Decision to Pull Job Offer

It’s no secret that the relationship between Stan Van Gundy and David Stern isn’t exactly a pleasant one, and it doesn't appear to be getting any better. After Van Gundy was fired as head coach of the Orlando Magic, ESPN had planned to hire the hard-nosed coach as an NBA analyst. Van Gundy’s fire and willingness to say just about anything seemed to be...

Jeff Van Gundy speaks out about NBA blocking Stan Van Gundy's ESPN move

The story of Stan Van Gundy's almost-employment with ESPN has been one of the .  Initial reports from TBL were that Stan Van was ready to join ESPN's NBA Countdown until NBA Emperor David Stern stepped in and put the kibosh on his hiring because of SVG's outspokenness criticizing stern and the association.  That led to SVG blasting ESPN for lying about the situation...
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