Russell Westbrook seems to have overcome Kevin Durant's decision to leave him for the Golden State Warriors, although the now former Oklahoma City Thunder star had fun at the expense of his former teammate.
On Thursday night a video of Russell Westbrook's comedy show "Russell Whybrook" appeared for Russell Westbrook's charity in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Of course, a joke by Kevin Durant was told.
"Kevin Durant came in. This was a long time ago, so many years ago, so KD came in. So now we're all talking, so it was me, Russ and KD, and Russ said," When will your next show be? "And I said, "Soon I'll be in the Bay Area." And KD said, "Me too!"
"We did not know what he was talking about at the time," said comedian Lance Woods.
So, there was a joke by Kevin Durant at the Russell Westbrook comedy show in Tulsa last night, and @ russwest44 They seemed to approve it. Comedian Lance Woods with the @ KDTrey5 punchline You can see Russ laughing at the end of the video. the #NBA it's fun. #Thunder #Rockets # Networks pic.twitter.com/qjBFERzY9u
– Nathan Thompson (@NathanDThompson) July 12, 2019
Westbrook, sitting in the front row, clearly enjoyed that.
The star point guard had a good night that Thursday night. That was also the night Westbrook knew he had been traded to the Houston Rockets for Chris Paul.