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Lakers, Wizards moving closer to Russell Westbrook trade?

The Los Angeles Lakers were clearly missing something this past season. Although being devastated by injuries obviously played a role in the premature conclusion to their season, so did having the wrong personnel. Fixing that requires giving up some players and adding different ones in their place. The first part...
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BREAKING: Wizards stars Bradley Beal, Russell Westbrook will have new coach with Scott Brooks out the door

The Washington Wizards and Scott Brooks have agreed to part ways after the two sides couldn’t come to terms on a new contract, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Brooks just finished up a five-year contract with the Wizards and was looking for a new deal. While the two sides talked about a new contract and there had previously been reporting suggesting he would be back, there was no agreement struck and Brooks is gone.
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Real reason Russell Westbrook wanted to leave Rockets

The biggest story of last year’s offseason was the abrupt implosion of the Houston Rockets. First then-head coach Mike D’Antoni left. Then James Harden and Russell Westbrook demanded trades. It was a crazy few weeks. Ultimately, both Harden and Westbrook got what they wanted. Houston dealt them for the best...
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This Lakers-Wizards trade lands Russell Westbrook in L.A.

The Los Angeles Lakers came up short in their efforts of repeating as NBA champions. The Phoenix Suns managed to comfortable defeat them with a combined 43-point scoring different between Games 5 and 6 to advance to the Western Conference Semifinals. LeBron James entered the NBA playoffs with an ankle...
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Russell Westbrook producing basketball-related film on L.A.’s Crenshaw neighborhood

NBA star Russell Westbrook is continuing to use his name and resources to help produce untold stories for a wider audience. Westbrook was an executive producer on Tulsa Burning: The 1921 Race Massacre, a documentary that aired on the History Channel over Memorial Day weekend to note the 100th anniversary of one of American history’s worst events of racial violence. Black citizens, homes, and businesses in Tulsa, Oklahoma’s Greenwood district were attacked by mobs of white residents, resulting in the deaths of more than 300 people.
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Russell Westbrook to executive produce short film 'Why Not?'

Wizards star point guard Russell Westbrook announced Thursday that he is teaming up with Jordan Brand to executive produce a new short film, entitled WHY NOT? as a nod to his mantra. "Why not?" is an attitude Westbrook and his childhood friends adopted growing up, a slogan design to capture...
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Russell Westbrook Announces Short Film ‘Why Not?’ With Jordan Brand and The Incubation Lab (EXCLUSIVE)

NBA all-star Russell Westbrook has teamed with Sony’s Incubation Lab to produce the basketball-themed short film “Why Not?”. The basketball star and the Incubation Lab also partnered with Jordan Brand for the project, with the purpose to elevate storytellers in the Black community, including the short’s co-writer and director Tevin Tavares and writer Lance Cameron Holloway.
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Russell Westbrook to Produce Short Film on LA’s Crenshaw Neighborhood

Blazers GM Neil Olshey: First-Round Loss ‘Not a Product of the Roster’. Nine-time All-Star Russell Westbrook is known for his presence off the court as much as his dynamic play on it and the 2017 NBA MVP continues to be a modern-day Renaissance man. Brodie is set to produce a...