Russell Westbrook collabs with Don C for 'Just Don' caps

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Russell Westbrook has been putting in the work on the hardwood this season. The Oklahoma City Thunder point guard has been the driving force behind the franchise's 37-13 record and posted his seventh triple-double of the season against the Washington Wizards.

Westbrook came out on top in the battle with John Wall and ended the night with 17 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists. His latest triple-double leaves the five-time All-Star two behind Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green, who has nine. 

The 27-year-old is one of the leading players in the NBA and continued to set the trend away from the court, releasing a new range of caps, in collaboration with Don C.


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The luxe Just Don caps are Westbrook's latest release alongside Barneys New York. They include Don C's usual blend of leather and python while sporting the guard's trademark branding.

Barneys New York's Westbrook collection includes a wide range of clothing, accessories and footwear.

The Thunder superstar always turns heads with his fashion statements, but his basketball has been doing the talking again this season. 

In a Western Conference packed full of talent, Westbrook has shown his All-Star ability and is considered one of, if not the best all-around point guard in the league. 

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