A Russell Westbrook branded line of comforters? Don't rule it out.
You've probably never heard of Brandon Armstrong, a pro basketball player turned Internet comedian You've definitely heard of NBA stars James Harden, Tim Duncan and Russell Westbrook It's when the little-known Armstrong does uncannily...Show More Summary
Remember Twitter user @BdotAdot5, the dude who did the perfect Russell Westbrook impersonation (which even impressed Westrbook himself)? Well he’s back with a few more impersonations, and they may be even better than his last. First, there’s his James Harden impersonation: James Harden be like… Posted by BdotAdot5 on Wednesday, July 22, 2015 And if you thought […]
Brandon Armstrong seems to impersonate a different NBA player each time the sun rises. Channeling Russell Westbrook gave him national attention—including a nod from the Oklahoma City point guard himself—and now, his James Harden parody is taking over the Internet. Show More Summary
Brandon Armstrong, the guy who brought you that awesome and hilarious impersonation of Russell Westbrook, is back with a few more videos, starting with Tony Allen (Warning: it gets borderline NSFW): Tony Allen (@aa000G9) Be Like… feat. Show More Summary
Our basketball impressionist is back and better than ever. Today he tackled the yin to Russell Westbrook's yang: Tim Duncan.
There are plenty of reasons for Russell Westbrook to be concerned about next season, but the return of Kevin Durant shouldn't be one of them. With a (hopefully) healthy Durant back in the lineup, Westbrook will shoulder less of the load...Show More Summary
Russell Westbrook (@russwest44) in game facial expressions be like… vs. His Player Picture. feat. @That_Guyy23 pic.twitter.com/ejt7319J1R — B.A. (@BdotAdot5) July 13, 2015 A guy made a video in which he does a Russell Westbrook impression. Show More Summary
Sometimes an impression is so good, even the original has to admit it. This is one of those times.
Damian Lillard put out a new song called "Soldier In The Game," which samples Future's "Fk Up Some Commas" -- and it's actually pretty hot. In it, Lillard recounts his life and career up until now. He even gives a respectful shout-out to Stephen Curry and Russell Westbrook: Of course, Lillard is no stranger to performing on the mic. Show More Summary
Brandon Armstrong, @BdotAdot5 in the Twitterverse, has got Russell Westbrook’s explosive mannerisms down pat. Everything from his post-dunk celebrations, down to the way he stares at teammates who forget to The post WATCH: Russell Westbrook Enjoyed This Awesome Impersonation appeared first on SLAMonline.
Brandon Armstrong, a former NBA D-League player, posted an impression of Russell Westbrook on Twitter that was so good even the Oklahoma (...)
You know your impersonation of someone is pretty spot-on when even that someone approves of it. That was the case with J.J. Watt‘s impressive impersonation of Arnold Schwarzenegger, and it’s happened once again after Twitter user @BdotAdot5...Show More Summary
This is Russell Westbrook. Well, not actually the Oklahoma City Thunder star point guard, of course. But Instagram user @bdotadot5 did an absolutely spot-on impression of the All-Star. Warning: Clip contains NSFW language. From the tilt...Show More Summary
After a few quiet months, Portland Trail Blazers point guard Damian Lillard—who goes by Dame DOLLA (Different on Levels the Lord Allows) on the mic—resurfaced Monday. Lillard is known to be a skilled rapper, and his latest track, “Soldier...Show More Summary
Yeah, this is pretty much dead on: Read more...
(Audio NSFW) Russell Westbrook (@russwest44) in game facial expressions be like… vs. His Player Picture. feat. @That_Guyy23 pic.twitter.com/ejt7319J1R — B.A. (@BdotAdot5) July 13, 2015 If you've ever watched Russell Westbrook play basketball, it won't take long to realize how accurate these impressions are. Show More Summary
Yesterday, between 3:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. EDT, Russell Westbrook disapproved of something, or multiple somethings. Since there is no other NBA news to speak of, and especially since there is nothing miserable or at all depressing happening in New York, let’s use this downtime to figure out who crossed Russ. Read more...
LA Lakers rumors just turned jaw-dropping. Fresh Lakers rumors suggest James Harden and Russell Westbrook could head to Los Angeles over the next few NBA seasons. A report from ESPN on Wednesday (July 1) explored how alluring it is to...Show More Summary