Sport Russell Westbrook Shows Up in Classically Ridiculous Outfit for Game 1 Against Jazz

04:15  16 april  2018
04:15  16 april  2018 Source:   12up.com

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Russell Westbrook showed up to Game 2 against the Mavericks rocking a crazy all-white outfit . The Oklahoma City Thunder absolutely thrashed the Dallas Mavericks in Game 1 of their first round series in the 2016 NBA Playoffs.

Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook looked undecided Saturday, rolling into Chesapeake Energy Arena for Game 1 of his team's first-round series against the Dallas Mavericks looking like he was about to hit the beach in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

Russell Westbrook of the Thunder looks on against the Jazz during Game 1 of their playoff series. © Layne Murdoch/NBAE via Getty Images Russell Westbrook of the Thunder looks on against the Jazz during Game 1 of their playoff series. ​Russell Westbrook has a ​flair for the ridiculous when it comes to his pregame attire.

He didn't pull any punches with his outfit heading into game one against the Jazz in the opening round of the playoffs. 

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So crisp, so clean, so Westbrook.

He has a swag about him ​on and off the court and whether or not you like the get up, it's undeniable that Westbrook looks as confident as ever in this suit. 

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Russell Westbrook ’s pre- game outfits have been getting increasingly ridiculous and on Thursday night he may have hit peak absurdity. Russ showed up for his first battle with Kevin Durant wearing all white, topped off with an “official photographer” bib.

Oklahoma City Thunder all-star Russell Westbrook has never been shy about expressing himself through fashion. Check out how Russ looked prior to the Thunder’s road game against the Clippers…

That would lead one to believe that the Utah Jazz are in for an exhausting series against the Thunder.

The red-hot Jazz will try to build on their momentum gained down the stretch when fighting for playoff position. Good luck out-dressing the OKC superstar as he struts to the court like it's a fashion show.

If there's one version of Westbrook that's bound for a triple-double it's the one wearing a suit with no undershirt like he's Eddie Murphy in Delirious.

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Donovan Mitchell and the Jazz are better than anyone expected, and if anyone is analyzing the Utah-Oklahoma City series strictly based on top-to-bottom talent and matchups, a Thunder loss really shouldn't be that shocking. It's the context that complicates everything. After Sam Presti stole Paul George from the Pacers in July and added Carmelo Anthony in September, everyone expected bigger things in OKC. Even when the regular season produced more adversity than expected, the popular refrain was to remind any skeptics that this top-heavy team was built for the playoffs. When rotations shortened and talent mattered most, the Thunder were supposed to be twice as dangerous. It just isn't happening. And aside from the very real advantages that shouldn't be understated on Utah's side—cohesion on both ends, Mitchell hitting huge shots, Rudy Gobert as the 7'2" French chess piece altering every shot within 10 feet of the rim—the bigger picture in this series is an embarrassing upset that borders on disaster for OKC. We're watching a reigning MVP and a Thunder franchise that supposedly won the offseason and reinvented itself as a contender. They're on the verge of losing to a Utah team that lost its franchise player and had to bet its season on the progress of a rookie point guard, the redemption of Ricky Rubio, and the emergence of Joe Ingles.

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