Russell Westbrook is many things. He is an angry-dunking, fancy-dishing, rebound-snatching whirlwind who managed to drag the Thunder to the No. 6 seed in the West. He will throw trash talk on the court or postgame shade at any opponent, but Westbrook cares deeply for the members of his community, his team and his inner circle.
At his core, Westbrook is incredibly loyal. And that is Cheap Quality Baseball Jerseys why it’s so hard to see him leaving the Thunder via free agency.
The MVP frontrunner signed an extension last summer with Oklahoma City through the 2018-19 season, but he could become a free agent after the 2017-18 season with his player option. He is also eligible this offseason for another massive extension with the Thunder which could be worth up to $220 million Cheap Quality NFL Jerseys over five years, making him the highest-paid player in the league.
Take a look at Westbrook’s latest commercial for luggage maker Tumi. Do you think this guy won’t be signing that extension?
To everyone shouting “Kevin Durant!” right now, the point is understood. But Westbrook and Durant are different people, and given the way Durant left the Thunder without telling Westbrook to his face he was joining the Warriors, it is highly unlikely Westbrook doesn’t understand the implications of the words in this commercial, as well as what he said after the Thunder were eliminated from the playoffs by the Rockets.