Found June 13, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
Another Thunder game. Another time Russell Westbrook makes us ask “WTF is he wearing?” This time, for Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Tuesday, Westbrook showed up wearing a white collared shirt printed with what appear to be skiers. If you blur your vision it kind of looks like something John Travolta wears in “Saturday Night Fever.” And he also brought back the red glasses. Jeff Van Gundy should be thrilled. What with fishing hooks, paint splatters and now cartoon skiers, I’m starting to think Westbrook plays Mad Libs and tells his designer to find him shirts of the results. Photo via Jose3030

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