Russell Westbrook wants ‘nun’ of NBA Finals, watches ‘Sister Act 2’ instead

Womens Jaromir Jagr Jersey Russell Westbrook was locked in Thursday night . . . to a 1993 film starring Whoopi Goldberg.
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Yes, you read that right. The Thunder point guard watched Sister Act 2 instead of Game 1 of the NBA Finals between the Cavaliers and Warriors. Screenshots from Westbrook’s Snapchat account started circulating around Twitter as the Warriors put the finishing touches on a blowout victory.

Westbrook made a wise choice with Golden State leading the majority of the second half by 20-plus points. He likely wasn’t interested in watching his former Thunder buddy Kevin Durant scorch the nets with a game-high 38 points.

But why not watch the far superior original Sister Act? Did he already finish it? Does he not have the VHS? (For all you kids out there, that’s a really big Blu-ray disc.)

We need to hear about Westbrook’s movie opinions. That would certainly be more entertaining than Game 1.

Lowdown: Two NFL franchises that have never reached the Super Bowl played a trilogy of NFL championship games in the 1950s. Bobby Layne and Doak Walker each scored TDs in the 1952 victory at Cleveland. The Lions pulled out a fourth-quarter victory in the rematch when Layne hit Jim Doran for a 33-yard game-winning TD. Otto Graham engineered a blowout in a third matchup with four total TDs for the Browns to give Paul Brown the second of three championships with the franchise.

Lowdown: The Royals and Yankees each scored 63 runs over the course of these three hotly-contested series. Chris Chambliss’ walk-off homer capped a thrilling 7-6 win in Game 5 of the 1976 ALCS, a game in which the Royals rallied to tie the score with three runs in the eighth inning. The same drama unfolded in the 1977 ALCS, and this time the Yankees scored three runs in the ninth inning to beat Kansas City in Game 5. New York won the 1978 ALCS in four games. The Yankees won the World Series afterward in 1977 and 1978.