Russell Westbrook and his wardrobe make season debut tonight

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Russell Westbrook, the enigmatic point guard for the Oklahoma City Thunder will make his season debut tonight against the Suns.

Westbrook, one of the most exciting players to watch in the league, tore his meniscus in the first round of last year’s playoffs against the Houston Rockets, submarining the Thunder’s chance of a deep playoff round, given that teams could just hone in on teammate Kevin Durant. In October, the 3-time All Star had another minor surgery to deal with some swelling in that same knee, and his original timetable to return was six to eight weeks from Wednesday’s opening night. 

Instead, Westbrook decided that all he needed was five days into the season to be healthy. Remember, before the playoffs injury, Westbrook had never missed a game in his professional, collegiate or high school career.

KD giving some Facebook love to an article titled “Durant drops 284 points in grade school game”.  Can’t believe it says he only grabbed 18 boards. // Like NBAmmkay on Facebook

KD giving some Facebook love to an article titled “Durant drops 284 points in grade school game”.  Can’t believe it says he only grabbed 18 boards. // Like NBAmmkay on Facebook

Disgusting, an apt title indeed.

gotemcoach:

MUST WATCH“Disgusting” by Kevin Durant and James Harden

Durant knows exactly where James Harden is the whole time.

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“I’m not happy at all… I’m not happy for [Dirk Nowitzki] at all, because I want to be there.”

Kevin Durant, on Dirk making it to the NBA Finals.

You gotta respect that kind of heart. // Like NBAmmkay on Facebook