Michael Jordan — yes, that Michael Jordan — recently inducted Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame.
Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook tied a historic record in a recent game against the Phoenix Suns and made everyone feel a lot better about KD leaving.
After getting plenty of hoots and hollers from the ladies in The Tonight Show crowd for pictures of his pre-game looks, Westbrook asked the host, “That’s pretty fresh, don’t you think?”
An Edmond man started a petition to change the name of the town of Durant to Westbrook.
Russell Westbrook got his very own holiday in OKC Aug. 4 after signing a contract extension with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
In all of the pandemonium over KD’s departure, the city forgot to celebrate its 10-year Thunderversary.
Every good Olympics carries with it a whiff of scandal. (Some admittedly stronger than others.) It also brings with it a roster of exceptionally talented and trained athletes from countries and states around the globe.
When it comes to painting Russell Westbrook or Tupac Shakur, Ray Tennyson doesn’t need a guide. He is the guide. Tennyson began hosting his Paint & Wine Workshop series in March. The three-hour instructional courses are open to participants of all — or no — skill level. For $45, guests can enjoy wine and walk-through…
Naturally, media and fans looked forward to Durant’s words and body language, prepared to dissect each frame-by-frame and word-by-word like a modern-day Zapruder film.
Dashboard Confessional frontman Chris Carrabba was cheering for the Oklahoma City Thunder during this year’s NBA playoffs.