Russell Westbrook is having a ridiculous season. Dude's literally doing things that have barely been conceived.

Of course, he's threatening to average a triple-double for the season, which is obviously absurd and has only been accomplished once before by the great Oscar Robertson.

In a recent home loss to the Charlotte Hornets, Westbrook attempted to score five points on a single play.

Perhaps an explanation is in order. Click on over to The Daily Player to get it.

Here at Fanorama, we've got the same sorta mission: don't do what everyone else does. Find a way to do more.

That's why we're tossing in this Michael Jordan hiphop pendant -- a $25.72 value that we push for $15.72 -- for free when you purchase anything else in the store.

Michael Jordan hiphop pendant

Just e-mail a copy of your purchase receipt to the-dudes@daily-player.com and we'll immediately confirm that your pendant is one the way.

We're still adding stock to our collection, so check in with us on a regular basis. If you're a sports fan, we intend to be the store for you! Because that's how we expect to keep covering our bar bill.





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