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Russell Westbrook Says He Started Fake Glasses Trend In NBA, Lebron Disagrees

by Robert Littal | Posted on Thursday, June 14th, 2012
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There use to be a time between NBA Finals games where the players would talk about the adjustments that needed to be made and what they could do to execute better.

Those are days are over.

It is much more important important to talk about who started fashion trends in the NBA.

Westbrook answered a few questions about his wardrobe and about the glasses everyone wore Tuesday night.

Did Westbrook start this whole trend?

“I’ve been wearing glasses since I’ve been in the league. I think everybody else just started wearing them now. … I ain’t saying nothing, but I’m just saying [laughs].”

Predictably, James had a different outlook on things.

“No, that’s not right,” James said. “There’s no stories behind it. You know, it’s a look, it’s a fashion thing. But he absolutely didn’t start it.”

James didn’t stop there, though.

“I don’t know who started it, honestly,” he said. “I think I’ve been wearing mine for about two years now, but I don’t know who started it. None of us started it. It could have started back in the ’70s or ’80s. I’m serious. I mean, fashion comes and goes.”

Westbrook says people just are salty because they can’t pull it off like he can. Ironically, that is the same thing D Wade said.

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  1. A.C says:

    You gotta be kidding me.

  2. Frank Smith says:

    All of these ninjas sound like bitches talking about fashion.

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