Jordan Brand Honors Russell Westbrook’s Triple Double Season With A Special Why Not Zer0.1

In 1962, Hall of Fame guard Oscar Robertson became the first player in NBA history to average a triple-double for a season. Playing for the Cincinnati Royals, “The Big O” went off for 30.8 points, 11.4 assists and 12.5 rebounds per game. No player in the NBA before or since had achieved such a mind-boggling statistical feat. That is, until Russell Westbrook became the second player to average a triple double for a whole season in 2016 when he had a season for the ages with 31.6 points, 10.4 assists and 10.7 rebounds per game.

So to commemorate Westbrook’s remarkable season, Jordan Brand just released a new version of Russell’s signature shoe the Why Not Zer0.1 in an Oklahoma Thunder color scheme with translucent outsoles that read “04/09/17” (the date of his achievement) is printed on the left shoe and “31/10/10” (Westbrook’s stats for the year) is on the right shoe.

• Synthetic and textile construction provides comfortable containment
• Interior laces with a front toggle to cinch for secure comfort
• Hook-and-loop strap delivers a locked-down feel
• Foam midsole with Nike Zoom Air provides lightweight, responsive cushioning
• Durable rubber tread offers excellent traction
• Black/Signal Blue/Team Orange/Black

Buy Here Price: $125

Buy Here Price: $125

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