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NBA Rumors: Oklahoma City Thunder Russell Westbrook could've joined Carmelo Anthony in New York Knicks

HNGN Tuesday, 29 November 2016
NBA Rumors: Oklahoma City Thunder Russell Westbrook could've joined Carmelo Anthony in New York KnicksLast July, Oklahoma City Thunder Russell Westbrook have the option to opt out to the team and join Carmelo Anthony in New York. Now, Melo expressed his reaction about a possible tandem with Russ.
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News video: Russell Westbrook: The Triple Double Demon

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No Durant? No problem. Actually, that might make things a bit easier for Russell Westbrook, who is officially averaging a triple-double this season with the Oklahoma City Thunder. In Monday's game against the New York Knicks, Westbrook was in full killer mode, as OKC snapped the Knicks' 6-game home...

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