Russell Westbrook was recently named the MVP of the NBA. His statistics on the court clearly speak for themselves, as he became the first player in 55 years (since Oscar Robertson) to average a triple-double — not to mention the first player to post 42 triple-doubles in a single season. He ended this past season averaging 31.6 points, 10.7 rebounds, and 10.4 assists per game. What many people don’t realize is how much Russell Westbrook cares about his friends and family. Many people see Westbrook as the selfish player on the court, but that was certainly not the case during his recent MVP acceptance speech. Westbrook gave many thanks during his speech, but around the 4:20 mark he starts talking about his family and how much they’ve meant to him along his journey. This was a different side of Westbrook that many have never seen…it’s worth taking the time to hear his speech. Click HERE for video.

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