Thunder's Mitch McGary secures the scene so that Russell Westbrook & Cameron Payne can dance in peace (...)
Kevin Durant scored 34 points and Russell Westbrook had 26 points and 15 assists as Oklahoma City routed the Mavericks, 131-102.
Dirk Nowitzki doesn’t dunk much anymore, so maybe he forgot rule No. 1 of attacking the rim: Don’t challenge Russell Westbrook. During the second quarter of Thursday's Game 3 between the host Dallas Mavericks and Oklahoma City Thunder, the 37-year-old forward tried to throw down in transition. Show More Summary
Russell Westbrook was never taught to respect his elders. Dirk Nowitzki only dunks a couple times a year these days, so it's pretty rude to take that away from him.
Brooks was the NBA's Coach of the Year in 2010. Now he'll have to prove he can be successful without Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook running his plays. The Washington Wizards have a new head coach, and he's a former NBA Coach of the Year. Show More Summary
But I would like to keep talking about it.
There was a funny little moment before Dallas’ dramatic Game 2 victory over Oklahoma City, when Mavericks reserve Charlie Villanueva interrupted the pre-game dance routine of Russell Westbrook and Cameron Payne. After the last-second loss , Kevin Durant called Villanueva’s move “fake shit,” and Russell Westbrook said it was for, “the guys that don’t play.” Read more...
Charlie Villanueva Responds To Russell Westbrook’s Pre-Game Dancing With Cameron Payne After all the “controversy” surrounding his not-so-subtle interruption of Russell Westbrook’s and Cameron Payne’s pre-game dabbin’ routine, and The Thunder star’s subsequent post game shots, Charlie Villanueva responded the
Dallas Mavericks forward Charlie Villanueva wasn't amused with the pregame dance routine between Oklahoma City Thunder point guards Russell Westbrook and Cameron Payne before Game 2 of the teams' first-round playoff series. Tim MacMahon...Show More Summary
Look. The NBA playoffs are very competitive, but there’s still an occasional opportunity for players to give helpful advice to guys on other teams. The latest generocity comes from Charlie Villanueva, who offers a useful tip to Russell Westbrook. Via ESPN.com: Charlie Villanueva has a simple request for Russell Westbrook: Find somewhere else to dance. The Dallas Mavericks [...]
"If you want to go dancing and stuff like that, go to a nightclub, go to a club. Go to Dancing With the Stars and be a dancer... but not in a basketball game." The post Charlie Villanueva on Russell Westbrook: ‘If You Want to Go Dancing, Go to a Club’ (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
On Monday night, before the Mavs left Oklahoma City with an 85-84 win, there was action on the court before the ball was even tipped. Russell Westbrook and Cameron Payne began their dance routine in front of the scorers table like they usually do before a game. It was interrupted abruptly by Mavs F Charlie […]
Russell Westbrook’s outfit for the Thunder’s second playoff game was not as out there as his outfit for game one, but it (...)
Charlie Villanueva told Russell Westbrook that if he wants to dance he should go to a club.
Felton led the Mavericks to an improbable win over the Thunder, plus the Warriors won without Curry and everything else from Monday in the NBA playoffs. Much like the Dallas Mavericks, Raymond Felton was left for dead. The Mavericks weren't expected to make the playoffs. Show More Summary
Russell Westbrook has a pregame dance routine, and he’ll be damned if he’s gonna let anyone get in the way of it. The Dallas Mavericks tried to do just that prior to Game 2 of their first round series against the Thunder. And Westbrook wasn’t having it, shoving both Charlie Villanueva and Justin Anderson as they […]
After getting trounced by the Oklahoma City Thunder in the first game of their playoff series, a pair of Dallas Mavericks tried a little gamesmanship before Monday’s Game 2. However, Russell Westbrook was having none of their efforts to disrupt his pregame dance routine. Westbrook has developed a habit of showing off some goofy moves with […]