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- Museum-quality Russell Westbrook head sculpt with authentic likeness, with “multi-layer” paint application.
- Specially developed advance 1:9 scale body, with 34 points of articulations, accurate physical appearance, the best mobility ever.
- 8 pieces of Russell Westbrook signature interchangeable hands. - 1 / 9 scale Spalding basketball x 1- Oklahoma City Thunder team official Away uniform x 1- Black Basketball tights x 1- Black Arm Sleeve x 1- A pair of Official Stance NBA socks- A pair of Russell Westbrook player edition sneaker - New design figurine stand, figurine easily connected by magnet- Oklahoma City Thunder team logo moveable plate for stand x 1
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In a new video unveiled by Jordan Brand, we catch a glimpse of the Oklahoma City Thunder superstar dancing and grooving to the sounds of Lil Uzi Vert’s “Now I Do What I Want.” The video is part of a campaign for the new Westbrook 0.2 sneaker, a silhouette designed for a clean lifestyle look which apparently also functions well if you ever feel the need to bust a move, as evidenced by the video.
Check out the video above, and head over to Nike’s official site if you’re interested in purchasing your own pair of Jordan Westbrook 0.2s.
By Marcus Cho, Highsnobiety
"As a part-time comedian I realize that my words and actions are sometimes inappropriate," Richard Harkaway said in a statement to Philly.com issued by a personal representative.
"In this instance, after standing up to boo and being provoked by Russell Westbrook calling attention to my being overweight, my action in response was clearly inexcusable and I am embarrassed. I sincerely apologize to my fellow Sixers fans, the Sixers organization, my colleagues and patients, and to Mr. Westbrook for my behavior," the statement said.
Harkaway, a urologist from North Philadelphia, was sitting in the second row of the baseline seats when he stood up and put his middle fingers directly toward Westbrook's face during the first quarter and said, "F-- - you!"
Westbrook looked at the nearby referee with a confused look and said, "Can he do that?"
Venue security staff escorted Harkaway from his seat, but multiple reports stated that he was allowed to stay in the arena for the rest of the game.
Oklahoma City Thunder | PG
Power: Lightning-fueled speed and strength
Key stat: 18 triple-doubles in 2015-16
Mind-bending moment: Inbounding the ball off Rodney Hood before draining a buzzer-beater against the Jazz.
At times, Russell Westbrook appears to be a demon on the court, but he's no Dread Dormammu. He is Thunder and Lightning in a single package, zipping around the court leaving defenders in his dust, then turning them into dust with rim-rattling slams. With his former running mate off to Oakland, Westbrook will take the step up from nominal sidekick to lone hero of OKC in 2016-17 -- with his colorful costumes at the ready.
(Adam Reisinger, ESPN)
26 Oct 2016