After seeing Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch get away with short interviews, Oklahoma City point guard Russell Westbrook tried his hand at it.
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It seems everyone wants to imitate Marshawn Lynch’s one-word post-game interviews nowadays – and its extending into other sports. After a win over the Golden State Warriors on Friday, Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook was asked about his 17 point, 15 rebound and 17 assist performance. And, a la Marshawn Lynch, he was as standoffish as possible, only using the word “execution” over and over again:
And to put the cherry on top of the interview, when Westbrook was asked by Berry Tramel of the Oklahoman if he was upset about something Westbrook said “I just don’t like you.” When asked how he felt about Nick Gallo, the owner of the Thunder media conglomerate, Westbrook responded, “I love Nick, I don’t like you.”