One of three colorways of the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 that will be joining next month’s Air Jordan releases 2019 has been dubbed “The Family.” Russell Westbrook’s second signature sneaker model from Jordan Brand made its retail debut earlier last month on January 10th at a price of $130. Soon after its retail debut, Jordan Brand-sponsored collegiate teams also received exclusive iterations of the Why Not Zer0.2 sporting their respective team colors. In addition to the “BHM” color that will hit the shelves next month, a Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 colorway dubbed “Own The Game” will also be a part of Jordan Brand’s 2019 NBA All-Star Footwear Collection.
During his off-seasons, Russell Westbrook is usually either training on his own or with his teammates. However, this week was relatively different for him. Earlier this week, Russell continued the summer tradition by organizing workouts in Los Angeles with a majority of his fellow teammates from the Oklahoma City Thunder. Derrick Rose and LeBron James were among those who joined him for the workouts. Russell is apparently also planning to take part in the Drew League, which is among summer’s most competitive street ball leagues. It also seems that Russell Westbrook is involved in the design process of the Air Jordan 32, which is currently underway. Continue reading Russell Westbrook Drops Hints That The Air Jordan 32 Is In The Works
Winning an NBA MVP award is no ordinary accomplishment. Most of the players who have won the MVP award are already in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and those MVPs who have not made it there yet will definitely end up being a part of it in the near future. One such Hall of Famer MVP is none other than Michael Jordan, who got enshrined as part of the Class of 2009. Since the G.O.A.T.’s MVP-winning season, Russell Westbrook recently became the second Jordan Brand athlete to win the MVP award, so Jordan Brand dropped this Air Jordan 31 RW variation in his honor. Continue reading This Air Jordan 31 RW Honors Russell Westbrook Recently Receiving The MVP Award
This past Monday, the Oklahoma City Thunder was victorious against the New York Knicks with a score of 112-103. Russell Westbrook contributed to that score with 27 points and 18 rebounds along with 14 assists. The point guard of the Oklahoma City Thunder is now “averaging triple-double” in each game later in this season. Only one other NBA athlete came close to doing this and it was Oscar Robertson during the 1963-64 NBA season. Not sure if all the sneakerheads watched the recent Thunder vs Pistons game. However, those who did probably noticed that Russell Westbrook was laced up in a brand new, never-before-seen Air Jordan 31 colorway. Continue reading Russell Westbrook Wore A OKC-Themed Jordan 31 Pair During Thunder Vs Pistons Game