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Russell Westbrook quotes
He plays for his team. I play for my team. Let him do his thing. I do my thing. And that's it, plain and simple.
I do think it doesn't make sense. It's over with. He plays for his team, I play with my team. Let him do his thing, I do my thing, and that's it, plain and simple.
I don't talk to nobody during the game.
It was tough, man. To do it the way he did it is very unfortunate. He's a strong man, and he'll be back better.
We weren't ready to play and we didn't play good defense and they were more physical than us. We were sluggish.
All I care about is winning, man, honestly. All the numbers, (stuff) don't mean nothing to me.
Honestly, man, people and this triple-double thing is kind of getting on my nerves. For the 100th time, I don't care.
There is nothing to take you through. I missed the shot.
(Maddox) turned right at me and then he looked away. I don't know what to tell you, I really don't. I'm not the type of guy. I would never, ever disrespect the game in that way, throw the ball at a referee. I've never done it before. That's just not even heard of in our game today. If you do that you get kicked out of the game. That's not allowed and I would never do such a thing.
To get a tech is crazy to me, but I'll take the good with the bad.
They just used their strength. Steven does an amazing job and Enes ... those guys do an amazing job.
I thought our team did a great job of focusing in on what we do as a team and came out and put our foot down early.
He works hard every day, works on his game and that's the best part about him. There's going to be ups and downs the whole season, but tonight he did a great job of making shots.
We did a great job of just playing together. It was great, man, to come in (during the fourth quarter) with everything under control. (We) did a great job of managing the game.
As the game goes on, I read and kind of see what's open. And I can go back to different things that I see that's open and try to find ways to be assertive and when not to be. That's just something I've learned over the years.
I get satisfaction from winning. That's the most important part to me. My guys do an amazing job of working with what I give them and making my job easy.
The game will tell you what to do. When it's time to be aggressive, that's what it's time for. That's what I try to do.
It's crazy, man. It's definitely catching me off guard.
My job is to find those guys.
The game will tell you what to do.
Honestly, that's the most important part. Making sure my guys are good, and making sure everybody's happy with their games, and making sure we win the game.
I just play, honestly. I don't want to get in a conversation of if I'm going to do it every night. I just go out and compete at a high level every night, like I've been doing since I've been in the NBA.
Dre did an amazing job, like he's been doing all season. James is a tough player, obviously, and he (Roberson) did a great job of making him shoot over his length. He needs to get credit for what he's been doing defensively all year.
It don't matter, man. Game on the line. If you get blocked, or you make a dunk – it's one or the other. Fortunately, it went in and it closed the game for us.
When I go on the court, I don't talk to anybody but my teammates.
I don't wear anything for nobody. I wear what I want to wear, when I want to wear it.
The Warriors are doing a lot of trash talking. Apparently I guess they talk a lot of trash now, but we'll see how that goes.
That's the only way I know how to get it. Nothing was ever given to me growing up, and I always had to find ways to get it. ... I play every game like it's my last. I play every game the same, always, like I've been saying for years. Regardless of who we play, I'm going to play the same way.
I should have attacked the first time and be able to get to the paint and try to finish.
Just defending. We know that we came out sluggish, especially on the defensive end. We locked down.
A lot of people don't realize the families of all these young men. Their mothers, brothers, sisters, uncles. I think it's very important that we understand how the families feel throughout these situations.
Me, being an African American athlete and having a voice, I think it's important that it's important that I make a stand that something has to change. I think that __ obviously, I don't have an answer. Nobody has an answer. If that was the case, we would have fixed it. But it's important that we try to figure out what we can do to help improve the things that's going on.
Me growing up in the inner city and being able to see different things on a night in and day in, day out basis – it hit home for me, just being able to see the different things that's going on globally, and giving people across the world an opportunity to see it. Now, it's getting to a point that there's something that needs to be changed in that aspect. I'm going to use my voice as much as possible to relay that aspect.