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Over the years, NBA players have come up with some pretty interesting celebration and it appears that Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook decided to bust out the six-shooters against the Houston Rockets.
Watch as Russell drops his fake guns into the holster and drops a noticeable “boom noise” for those lip-readers out there:
Westbrook celebrates shot with gun in holster celebration [@CJZero]
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Tweet Earlier Friday it was announced that Oklahoma City Thunder star guard Russell Westbrook would need to undergo surgery to repair a torn meniscus suffered on a play involving Rockets guard Patrick Beverley in Game 2 of their first round series. Here’s video of the play: Since the announcement, Beverley has become Public Enemy Number [...]
Royce Young at Daily Thunder just reported that Oklahoma City Thunder All-Star Russell Westbrook will undergo surgery for a meniscus tear in his knee and is out indefinitely. The injury may have been the result of this collision between Westbrook and Houston Rockets guard Patrick Beverley during the second quarter of Thursday night’s Thunder-Rockets game.
Westbrook, who was named...
Russell Westbrook has never missed a game in his NBA career and has played in all 439 game of the Oklahoma City Thunder’s existence… until now. Russ will be out indefinitely following surgery to repair a lateral meniscus tear in his right knee.
Westbrook was injured in the second quarter of Game 2 against the Houston Rockets when he banged knees with Rockets’ Patrick Beverley...
Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook will have surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee and be out indefinitely.
General manager Sam Presti said Friday that the Thunder had not yet scheduled Westbrook's surgery and would not have an accurate timeline for his return until after the procedure was done.
The three-time All-Star was hurt in Game 2 of the...
Russell Westbrook will undergo surgery for a right meniscus tear
The prohibited favorite, Oklahoma City Thunder, may have just had their season wrecked. Sensational guard, Russell Westbrook will undergo surgery after tearing his meniscus in his right knee. There has been no timetable as of yet, but details are sure to come out over the next few days.
Westbrook injured his...
The Oklahoma City Thunder are now going to face some adversity in these playoffs, and it will be interesting to see how they respond.
Darnell Mayberry is reporting that star point guard Russell Westbrook will have surgery on his torn Meniscus.
Russell Westbrookwill undergo surgery in the coming days to repair a lateral meniscus tear in his right knee, the Thunder has announced....
The Thunder's hopes of returning to the NBA Finals and perhaps besting the Heat in this year's championship round took a major hit Friday. Before tonight's Game Three, it was reported that Russell Westbrook has torn the meniscus in his right knee and will undergo surgery to repair it. The injury could cause him to miss the remainder of the postseason. No timetable has...
Unfortunately for both Russell Westbrook and the Thunder as a whole, he been diagnosed as a torn meniscus. He will be undergoing surgery and there is no timetable set for his return.
The Spurs once benefited from a hip on their way to a championship. Maybe they do again.
Friday's news that Thunder mega-guard Russell Westbrook is headed for the operating table tips the balance of power in the West playoffs south towards the Alamo. Oklahoma City isn't dead, but their title hopes might be.
Westbrook will undergo surgery in the coming days to repair a...
The Los Angeles Lakers are not the only team that is losing a star player for the NBA Playoffs. Oklahoma City Thunder’s Russell Westbrook will be out for some time with a knee injury. This could not come at a worse time since the Thunder were favorites to make it to the NBA Finals from the Western Conference.
The team is still thinking there is a chance for him to play this season...
The Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Houston Rockets, 105-102, in Game 2 of their Western Conference quarterfinals Wednesday night thanks to a 29-point effort from the tenacious duo of Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant. However, that wasn’t the big highlight. Oh, no. It was this captured image of several Thunder fans going hard; I particularly like [...]The post Oklahoma...
The Houston Rockets could be without starting point guard Jeremy Lin when they host the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 3 on Saturday night.
The Thunder definitely will be missing their point guard, with All-Star Russell Westbrook out indefinitely with a knee injury that will require surgery.
The Rockets hope Lin, who has a bruised chest muscle, can return for the first playoff game...
Despite one hell of an effort from the Houston Rockets in Game Two, so far business has been taken care of by the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The Thunder remain seated atop their No. 1 seed throne maintaining home-court advantage by going up 2-0 in the series with their two initial home games. This is obviously a great sign for OKC. Houston showed promise in Game Two as well, though...
Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook each scored 29 points, and the Oklahoma City Thunder recovered after squandering a 15-point lead in the fourth quarter to beat the Houston Rockets 105-102 on Wednesday night and take a 2-0 series lead.
Durant hit the go-ahead 3-pointer with 2:28 to play, and the Thunder didn't relinquish the lead after that. Durant missed a free throw with...