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Silver Screen and Roll May 22, 2015
The Lakers general manager is the latest voice to put Clarkson in esteemed company. Jordan Clarkson was a glimmer of hope in a lost 2014-15 season, with his pell-mell forrays into the lane to either seek out contact or finish at the basket reminiscent to some of MVP candidate and 2015 All-NBA second team member Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma City Thunder. Mitch Kupchak noticed the similarities as well, telling ESPN radio host Colin Cowherd on a Thursday morning appearance on his show ""If there's a player in the league that plays like him, it's Russell Westbrook." Before fans get too...
Welcome to Loud City May 21, 2015
Russell Westbrook continues to work hard to change peoples' lives in Oklahoma City, and the NBA acknowledged his success with the NBA Cares Community Assist Award. Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook was awarded the 2014-15 Seasonlong NBA Cares Community Assist Award. It is tempting to stop right there because that says all I personally need to know about Russ; He Cares. However, stopping there would be unfair to those Russell cares about, kids that need a helping hand. "As a child, my brother and I were taught to challenge adversity by working harder and asking ourselves...
Welcome to Loud City May 17, 2015
A scoring title, an All-Star Game MVP, Mountain Dew commercials... It was a breakout year for Russell Westbrook Full Name: Russell Westbrook Jr. Nickname: RUSS. Contract Status: Two years left, at which point he will flee to the Lakers because Lakers fans are delusional and can talk themselves into anything. Westbrook is set to make $16,744,218 this year and $17,769,374 next year. There's a good chance that with the impending cap jump next off-season, he's going to be an absolute bargain in that final year of his contract. Interesting Factoid: I wrote his grade post last year, and I...
Daily Thunder May 9, 2015
Russell Westbrook's top 10.
Rip City Project May 4, 2015
Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors has officially been named the NBA’s Most Valuable Player for the 2014-15 season. After voting, he had a higher point total than (in order) James Harden, LeBron James, Russell Westbrook, Anthony Davis, Chris Paul, LaMarcus Aldridge, Marc Gasol, Blake Griffin, Tim Duncan, Kawhi Leonard, and Klay Thompson. Aldridge […] LaMarcus Aldridge finishes 7th in MVP voting - Rip City Project - Rip City Project - A Portland Trailblazers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More