Saying “I’m back,” Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook has shed his crutches and will return to the hardwood before the start of training camp. Suffering a slight tear in his right meniscus, the 24-year-old Westbrook underwent the knife on April 27 to repair the damaged knee. After losing the dynamic three-time All-NBA Second Team selection, the powerful Thunder...
The Oklahoma City Thunder needed Russell Westbrook to step up this year, especially following the departure of James Harden. Westbrook had already established himself as an NBA All Star and explosive player, but this season he would need to go a step further. Westbrook didn’t get off to a fantastic start shooting the ball, but [...]
Well, Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook must be feeling a lot better.
The All-Star guard, who missed all but two playoff games after injuring his knee, posted a video to his Vine account Saturday where he tried to break a crutch, then throws it in a pool.
Westbrook, who is expected to be ready for the beginning of next season after tearing his meniscus, has been on...
If Russell Westbrook's 2012-13 playoff experience were a Taylor Swift song, it would probably be one of her earlier hits, "Teardrops On My Guitar."
That's because the Oklahoma City Thunder guard probably thought he would be playing tonight in Game 1 of the NBA Finals against the Miami Heat, not sitting at home, blasting out Vines.
Westbrook injured his knee during...
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Want to know what Russell Westbrook is doing while rehabbing his torn meniscus? Apparently playing air guitar with his crutch and singing Taylor Swift’s “It feels like a perfect night.” The irony of this selection, the opening lyrics, It feels like a perfect night to dress up like hipsters. Clever. Point to you Russ for the funny. video via Russell Westbrook
Russell Westbrook & Muggsy Bogues Monstar Somehow this monstar looks more like Westbrook than Muggsy…he even rocks the #0…coincidence? Rhetorical question, of course it’s not. -Schotz
Hobbled by his surgically repaired torn meniscus, Russell Westbrook was just another Oklahoma City resident affected by this week’s deadly tornadoes. The Thunder guard surveyed the damage from his crutches, most likely as shocked and speechless as the rest of us.
Check out Westbrook taking it all in in the photo below.
Photo via Twitter/@MySportsLegion
Russell Westbrook is stuck with the role of cheerleader for the Oklahoma City Thunder while he is out recovering from a knee injury. On Wednesday night, he was in attendance rooting for his teammates while wearing a “Let’s Go Thunder” shirt. Yes, THE Russell Westbrook. Many of you are probably thinking to yourselves, “So what?” Let us not forget that this is the same Westbrook...
On Friday, the Oklahoma City Thunder announced that Russell Westbrook needs surgery to repair a torn miniscus in his right knee and is out indefintely.
Westbrook's knee was injured in the second quarter of Wednesday night's Game 2 of their first round NBA Western Conference playoff series. Houston Rockets rookie guard Patrick Beverley was a bit overly aggressive going...
Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook reportedly will undergo surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his knee.