Cuban, the outspoken Dallas Mavericks owner who declared during last season’s playoffs that Westbrook wasn’t a superstar, said he still isn’t convinced even though Westbrook is on pace to be the first player to average a triple-double since Oscar Robertson in 1962-63. “He’s putting up superstar numbers. That’s for damn sure,” Cuban said of Westbrook as the Thunder took on the Houston Rockets on Friday night. “I’m not taking anything away from what he’s been able to accomplish, but I’m not going to change my definition. He’s putting up superstar numbers. You can’t deny that.”
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Alex Abrines, 23, a shooting guard with the NBA’s Oklahoma City Thunder, on his 2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS. Years ago, while living in my hometown of Barcelona, I went to see the movie “Transformers” with my friends. I was really excited because I have always been into sci-fi. (I have collections of “Star Wars” and “Lord of the Rings” stuff.) In the movie, there is a character called Bumblebee, a yellow Camaro with black stripes that transforms into an Autobot. While I was sitting in the theater watching this movie, the Camaro instantly became my dream car.