When the vultures recently began circling around Scott Brooks, both Kevin Durant and fellow All-Star teammate Russell Westbrook publicly went to bat for their head coach. Nevertheless, the OKC Thunder The post Kevin Durant Supports the Scott Brooks Firing ’100 Percent’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Or: Why Bill Walton needs to be the coach of the Oklahoma City Thunder
Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder barely missed the playoffs in the loaded Western Conference, but the former UCLA star (...)
10 Reasons Stephen Curry Is The Only Choice For NBA MVP This year has been one of the most competitive MVP races of all time. We’ve seen Russell Westbrook, Anthony Davis, LeBron James and James Harden all compete for the
Sorry, DeMarcus Cousins. Our apologies, Russell Westbrook. When healthy, those two have been mainstays in the superstar rankings, but they're no longer eligible for this countdown. It's tough to earn celestial status when you're sitting...Show More Summary
The Toronto Raptors' DeMar DeRozan and the Oklahoma City Thunder's Russell Westbrook today were named the Kia NBA Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Month, respectively, for games played in April.
The Western Conference playoff race came down to Wednesday night, with the Pelicans winning to capture the eighth seed and the Thunder falling just short. Thunder fans are sad. Russell Westbrook fans are sad. You know who's not sad? Seattle...Show More Summary
Kevin Durant used the word "amazing" several times as he described watching teammate Russell Westbrook elevate his game to an MVP-caliber level.
The Oklahoma City Thunder's playoff hopes were alive headed into the final game of the regular season, but in a historically tough Western Conference, even MVP candidate Russell Westbrook's best efforts couldn't catapult them into the eighth seed. Show More Summary
Russell Westbrook said that he’d rather have a playoff spot than this season’s scoring title, but in the team’s final (...)
OKC Thunder superstar forward Kevin Durant claims that, with his team out of it, he won’t be catching any of the postseason action this fall and summer. Russell Westbrook made The post Kevin Durant Says ‘Hell No’ He Won’t Watch the NBA Playoffs appeared first on SLAMonline.
Should be a great series! Lionel Hollins: “I don’t think we have any advantages over the Hawks." — devin kharpertian (@uuords) April 16, 2015 A recap: Russell Westbrook and the Thunder are going to sit at home while arguably the worst playoff team in 20 years futzes around against the Hawks. Great!
Russell Westbrook will not be participating in the NBA playoffs this year, and that makes us sad, because it’s always a bummer when one of the most exciting players in the league has to spend his summer at home. But Westbrook’s absence...Show More Summary
The best season of his young career … and the Thunder won’t be in the playoffs.
Russell Westbrook did everything he could, but ultimately, he couldn’t drag the short-handed OKC Thunder into the postseason. And now, head coach Scott Brooks’ job could be on the line. The post Report: Scott Brooks on the Hot Seat in OKC appeared first on SLAMonline.
LeBron James attempted to end all talk about a split between him and Kevin Love after Love said that Russell Westbrook should be the NBA (...)
We're so sad that we won't be able to see Russell Westbrook play basketball again this season. The war is over. The yelling of the coaches, the panting of the players and the squeaking of shoes on the court are all silent now. The dust has settled. In the center of the rubble stands an exhausted Russell Westbrook. Show More Summary
Russell Westbrook’s remarkable season culminated in the first scoring title of his NBA career Wednesday night, as he posted 37 points in a 138-113 road win against the Milwaukee Bucks. The post Russell Westbrook Says Winning NBA Scoring Title Means ‘Shit’ (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Wednesday night brought some highs and some lows for Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook. Upside? He won the NBA's scoring title with an average of 28.1 points per game for the season. Downside? Despite the Thunder'sShow More Summary
In the days leading up to the last day of the regular season, Russell Westbrook stole the spotlight. It’s fitting, since Westbrook has (...)