- Yes! - Michael Jordan and LeBron both had 10 rings by the age of 24.
- No - While he was lousy when his team needed him, he never did one of those Decision things, so I've decided to give him the benefit of the doubt indefinitely even if he doesn't deserve it.
- Maybe - The guy picked ahead of him, Greg Oden, has just as many rings as he does. Time to wonder if they made the right pick.
- We will know as soon as the Sports Narrative Review Board renders its decision later today.
Put your shirt on, Oklahoma.
"Damn. I look good," Westbrook said while modeling the look in a locker room mirror. "Guys, don't I look good? You all are jealous, right?"
Westbrook's questions were met mostly with mumbles. Several teammates quickly exited the locker room to save themselves from having to answer. Nick Collison hid in his locker.
"Russell is obviously a huge part of this team and a lot of our success depends on him playing well and staying confident," teammate Kevin Durant said later. "So none of us want to tell him that he looks ridiculous. We just try to avoid the conversation."
Send them back to Seattle now, please.
Let's see that play drawn up on the wipe board.
He used to be known more for going up than for falling down.
At least he probably caught the defense by surprise.
Picture Oklahoma: The Nut-Punching State
Welcome to Oklahoma. Wear a cup.
You think he'd respect someone with equally awful fashion sense.
Never mess with an animal with foam teeth.