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Westbrook laughs at question about Steph Curry’s defense

After posting a triple-double in a blowout Game 4 win over the Golden State Warriors, Russell Westrbook managed another 31 points in his team’s loss on Thursday night. He was a bit less efficient, however, hitting just 11-of-28 shots. Did that have anything to do with Stephen Curry’s defense? We’ll let Westbrook’s reaction answer that for you. After the Oklahoma City Thunder’s...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Thunder vs. Golden State Warriors Game 5 Recap – May 26, 2016

OAKLAND – Out of pure instinct, Russell Westbrook saw that his free throw was falling short, so he darted to the spot as
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Lakers: D’Angelo Russell’s Gold Shoes Are Westbrook-esque

Lakers guard D’Angelo Russell took a photo with a fan while wearing some undeniably Russell Westbrook like gold sneakers When it comes to fashion in the NBA, the first name that comes to mind for better or worse is Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook. There’s never a dull moment when it comes to Westbrook’s […] Lakers: D’Angelo Russell’s Gold Shoes Are...
Via Lake Show Life
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Draymond Green trips Enes Kanter, Russell Westbrook gets revenge

Draymond Green got into yet another skirmish in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals on Tuesday, and it sure looked like he delivered what looked to be another cheap shot to a Thunder player. While guarding Enes Kanter, he drew a bit of contact and went down trying to draw a foul call. As he did, though, he blatantly stuck his leg out and tripped Kanter. This isn’t going to...
Via The Sports Daily
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Draymond Green fires back at Russell Westbrook

The war of words is heating up just as much as the action is between Draymond Green, Russell Westbrook, the Golden State Warriors and Oklahoma City Thunder. Green, who is potentially facing a suspension for kicking Steven Adams in the family jewels, didn’t appreciate Westbrook saying he did the deed on purpose. Draymond Green: "Russell said I did it on purpose but he's a part...
Via Sportsnaut
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Russell Westbrook: Draymond Green kick ‘was intentional’

While the Golden State Warriors may be defending Draymond Green's kick to Steven Adams' groin and calling it inadvertent, some in Oklahoma City's locker room are not as forgiving. Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook said after Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals on Sunday that he thought Green's kick to Adams' groin during the second quarter (video here) was intentional...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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WATCH: Referees miss blatant Russell Westbrook travel

The referees in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Golden State Warriors missed a blatant travel by Russell Westbrook in the final minute of the contest on Monday night. The Thunder were up 105-102 with under 22 seconds remaining in the game, and Russell Westbrook was bringing the ball up the court. Feeling some pressure from Klay Thompson...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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WATCH: Andrew Bogut clobbers Russell Westbrook in Game 1

Before the first quarter had even come to an end, Oklahoma City Thunder poing guard Brian Westbrook took a shot on a rebound attempt from Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut. It wasn’t blatant, and it wasn’t vicious, but Bogut was charged with a Flagrant 1 foul. Here is the play in which Bogut accidentally clobbered Westbrook: Bogut makes contact with Westbrook's face...
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Russell Westbrook: Stephen Curry is 'nothing I haven't seen'

Russell Westbrook doesn’t seem to think Stephen Curry is special. Speaking to reporters on Monday, the Oklahoma City Thunder point guard made light of what his Golden State Warriors counterpart has done and can do on the basketball court. Westbrook asked about his preparation and scouting for Steph: "He's a shooter. He's not nothing I haven't seen."
Via Sportsnaut
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Russell Westbrook takes blame for Tony Parker having wide open shot

The Oklahoma City Thunder had an embarrassing defensive breakdown late in their Game 3 loss to the San Antonio Spurs on Friday night, and Russell Westbrook is taking the blame for it. With less than five minutes remaining and the score tied, Tony Parker was given the ball in transition and allowed to take a wide open jump shot. Several Thunder players pointed at him, but no one...
Via Larry Brown Sports
21 days ago  |  Discuss

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