Russell Westbrook Rumors

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Russell Westbrook
Russell Westbrook
Position: G
Born: 11/12/88
Height: 6-3 / 1.91
Weight:186 lbs. / 84.8 kg.
Salary: $28,299,399
The main winners: James Harden — The NBPA MVP Award. LeBron James — The NBPA People’s Champ Award ([best uses his platform to positively impact society]). Vince Carter — The NBPA Most Respected Award (influential veteran). Russell Westbrook — The NBPA Best Side Hustle Award (best off-court endeavors, in fashion, tech, media, art, etc.) Damian Lillard — The NBPA Mr. Clutch Award (most clutch)
PJ Tucker — The NBPA Sneaker Champ Award (best shoe game). Donovan Mitchell — The NBPA Leader of the New School Award(best rookie). Rudy Gobert — The NBPA Locksmith Award (best defender). Russell Westbrook — The NBPA Freshest Award (best style/fashion on and off the court). James Harden — The NBPA Toughest To Guard Award. Lou Williams — The NBPA X-Factor Award (best off the bench)
A “like” by Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams on a comment on an Instagram post critical of Carmelo Anthony is said to have been an accident, a team spokesman told ESPN. On a post featuring four Thunder players — Adams, Anthony, Russell Westbrook and Paul George — with the caption “Who’s more valuable to OKC?” Adams liked a comment that said “All of them except Melo.”
2 weeks ago via ESPN
Adams contacted Thunder PR early Monday morning from New Zealand to make them aware of the situation, saying it was an accident made while scrolling through his feed, blaming his “fat fingers.” Anthony, who just turned 34 a few days ago, has a $27.9 million player option to remain with the Thunder that he can either pick up or reject by June 29. Anthony was inconsistent in adapting to a new role with the Thunder in 2017-18, scoring a career-low 16.2 points per game on a career-low 40.4 field goal percentage. Following the season, Anthony expressed frustration with his role, seemingly setting the table for an exit from OKC.
2 weeks ago via ESPN
The Thunder star has reportedly purchased a 9,000 square foot home in the Los Angeles community of Westside for $19.75 million, according to public records researched by the Los Angeles Times. Per the Times, the multi-level home has living space across two floors and also includes 4,000 feet of basement level space. The home sits on property formerly owned by television star Anthony LaPaglia.
Storyline: Real Estate