Q&A: Russell Westbrook

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Courtesy of Mike & Mike

On his evolving brand off the court
"I think it's very important, I think when you try to find your way in the NBA, especially for myself, I'm trying to find something to do after basketball. I'm not going to be able to play basketball for the rest of my life. Fashion is a big part of my life. It's something that I'm interested in and I've found a way to kinda get into."

When asked if anyone in the world could beat he and Kevin Durant in a game of two-on-two
No. I don't think so.

You're playing two-on-two against any two guys in the world, what's the strategy?
Get the ball to Kevin then help him rebound, that's it.

On the current NBA playoff format and potential changes
I'm not sure. I just saw that the other day. It may be interesting. I don't know how they would structure that, but I think it would interesting to kinda see how it would lay out and maybe it wouldn't be a bad idea.

On Oklahoma City being a relatively smaller city in the NBA and how it affects the team's relationship with the community
I think it's important. I think for us, in a small town like Oklahoma City, I think it's important for us to constantly find a way to continue to go back and give back to the community. Our fans have been great for us and they continue to be the best fans in the world.
On if the team can win a title this year
Definitely. We have all the tools, all the smarts, all the talent to be able to put ourselves in position to win the championship.

On how many outfits he brought for All-Star weekend
One, two, three, four, five, six. I've maybe got like seven? What happens is I may switch or change, so I may have like seven or eight. Something like that.