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Eye On Sports with Eric Williams:
Russell Westbrook could be the key to putting Oklahoma City over the top in their NBA Finals showdown against MiamiDespite being blessed with a boatload of athletic gifts and using those gifts to improve steadily over his four-year career, Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook has taken more than his fair share of blame over the last couple of postseasons. Now, the blossoming Westbrook looks like he could. very well be the best point guard in the NBA, no offense to Chris Paul, Deron Williams or Rajon Rondo. Lest anyone forget, not only has Westbrook raised his scoring average in each season, but the lightning-quick floor leader finished fifth in the league in scoring by averaging a stellar 23.6 points per contest.Miami has absolutely no answer for the often electrifying high-flyer, (just like every other team in the league) and it’s clear that the emotional superstar could very well be the key to putting Oklahoma City over the top on this season’s NBA Finals.
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After the Thunder lost Game 2 to the Heat after getting off to an extremely slow start, the world starting looking for answers why.
The common denominator that fans, analysts and the dog down-the-street could come up with is the greedy play of point guard Russell Westbrook.
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The Thunder’s Russell Westbrook is having a tough go in the NBA Finals. His play has been erratic and he’s drawing criticism for his stubborn attitude.
Sound familiar? The Globe’s Gary Washburn draws a comparison between Westbrook and Rajon Rondo.
The difference is… Rondo gets criticized for his lack of aggression, while Westbrook is blasted for dominance of the ball:
Oklahoma City Thunder’s star point guard Russell Westbrook receives quite amount of flack for being a scoring pont versus being a true point. While his critics will continue to bash him, his ability to score is what drives the Thunder’s success, well, right along with Kevin Durant’s AWESOMENESS! The good folks over at Inside [...]
Remember 48 hours ago when Scott Brooks and the Oklahoma City Thunder were determined not to change Russell Westbrook's hyper-aggressive playing style?
No worries. Scott Brooks doesn't remember either.
Sunday night, with the Thunder up six points midway through the third quarter and flirting with taking control of Game 3 of the NBA Finals, Scott Brooks decided to temper...
OKLAHOMA CITY—For at least one game, the Miami Heat seemed to figure out how to beat the Thunder and that is to get out in front and stay out in front.
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Maybe this is exactly what needed to happen to make this fad die. Adidas has created cartoon versions of OKC Thunder stars Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook complete with matching “personality frames” and snapbacks. Ironically enough, both of these guys are signed to Nike. Guess Adidas scooped them on this one. source
Russ Westbrook stole a patented move by Rajon Rondo on Sunday night when the Thunder took on the Miami Heat in Game 3 of the NBA Finals. Russell Westbrook fakes the behind the back pass and made Chris Bosh look foolish while also managing to make Shane Battier fall down. Very impressive work from the UCLA alumni.
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With game three of the NBA finals taking place on Sunday in Miami, I’d like to know who you have winning the style war so far. Lost? Not up on your NBA postgame fashion? Let’s take a quick look at what HE wore for the Heat’s victory over the Thunder – their first home loss [...]
The Oklahoma City Thunder are one speedy bunch!The Miami Heat may have left tread marks all over the backsides of the ‘older-than-dirt’ Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals, but clearly, they’re nowhere near as fast as the speedy Oklahoma City Thunder.First and foremost, Miami doesn’t have a single player on its roster than is capable of slowing down electrifying...
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK - In the wake of a thrilling, instant classic NBA Finals Game 2, the game’s biggest stars have vanished. LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Dwyane Wade, and Russell Westbrook were all absent from their post-game press conferences, and the strangely familiar looking mild-mannered reporters who replaced them at the podium claimed not to know where the hardcourt heroes...