Posted by , Mar 16, 2017 at 02:38pm
King Of The Prairie.

Russell Westbrook doesn't need anyone to explain why he's deserving of the NBA MVP award this year but just in case some of the voters haven't been paying attention, his teammates have him covered.

OKC big men Steven Adams and Enes Kanter recently dropped off a video in promotion of the Russell Westbrook for MVP campaign, in which they dub Westbrook the "King of the Prairie."

If being "King Of The Prairie" isn't enough to make voters select Westbrook, consider the fact that he's still averaging a triple-double this season while leading the league in scoring.

The last time a player averaged a triple-double for an entire season was when Oscar Robertson did it back in the 1961-62 season.

Check out OKC's pitch below.

Steven Adams, Enes Kanter Make Video Promoting Russell Westbrook For MVP

Kyle Rooney
Mar 16, 2017 at 02:38pm
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King Of The Prairie.

Russell Westbrook doesn't need anyone to explain why he's deserving of the NBA MVP award this year but just in case some of the voters haven't been paying attention, his teammates have him covered.

OKC big men Steven Adams and Enes Kanter recently dropped off a video in promotion of the Russell Westbrook for MVP campaign, in which they dub Westbrook the "King of the Prairie."

If being "King Of The Prairie" isn't enough to make voters select Westbrook, consider the fact that he's still averaging a triple-double this season while leading the league in scoring.

The last time a player averaged a triple-double for an entire season was when Oscar Robertson did it back in the 1961-62 season.

Check out OKC's pitch below.

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