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Russell Westbrook's Air Jordan XX8 "Why Not?" Sneakers Set to Release in June (PHOTOS)

May 12, 2013

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One can only imagine how far the Oklahoma City Thunder could go in this year's NBA Playoffs if All-Star guard Russell Westbrook was not injured. Even if the Thunder make it to the championship round, we unfortunately won't get to see Westbrook sporting the third iteration of his PE Air Jordan XX8s, which releases on June 8, 2013. Called the "Why Not?", the shoe features Westbrook's motto for life written in huge letters across the zipped shroud upper.

The PE Air Jordan XX8 will retail for $250 at select Jordan Brand retailers. Let us know what you think of Russell WEstbrook's version of the Air Jordan XX8, and whether you believe the Thunder can go all the way without Westbrook, in the comment field below.

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