"why not?"... points to God for the ability, and self for the fight and determination to honor what he's given you. Honor Your Gift!! #whynot
Post Practice. #whynot #whynotus
Happy Birthday to my OG. I’m truly blessed and thankful to have you in my life. You are my inspiration in so many ways, and I never take that granted. LOVE YOU DAD!!! Enjoy your special day. #happbdaydad #whynot
Missing my ManMan.
WE Ready!! Thunder Up!!! #whynot
Old ishhhh.. Just cuzzzz...🤷🏾♂️
OKC grab your tickets now before it’s too late! It’s going down at the 3rd Annual #WhyNotComedyShow hosted by me & the brodie @iamjuicemann - Friday, October 26th, headlined by one of the funniest comedians out @GaryOwenComedy benefitting @RFBO. #whynot #layups2standup #whynotcomedyshow
RL attire!! @ralphlauren #whynot #fashionking #nyfw
To Coach Cheeks: You’re Such an amazing coach and a better person. I’m blessed and humbled to be coached by you each and everyday. I’ve learned so much about the game of basketball because you and for that I’m extremely thankful. Congratulations on the Hall of Fame! 🙌🏾🙌🏾
Thank you @tomford #fashionking #nyfw #whynot
I’m from the INNER CITY!!! Where you from? 🤷🏾♂️#whynot #fashionking #nyfw photo cred: @x_roots
Lightning-fast NBA point guard who was selected fourth overall in the 2008 NBA Draft by the Oklahoma City Thunder. He helped lead the Thunder to the 2012 NBA Finals. In 2017, he was named NBA MVP after averaging a triple double across the entire season.
He averaged 25.1 points and 8.7 rebounds per game during his senior year at Leuzinger High School in California.
He played two years at UCLA, alongside NBA great Kevin Love, and they led the Bruins to the Final Four during his last season. He was named MVP of the 2015 NBA All-Star game after scoring a game-high 41 points.
He grew up in Long Beach with his parents, Russell and Shannon, and his brother Raynard. In September 2014, he got engaged to Nina Earl, who also played basketball at UCLA. The two got married on August 29, 2015. In 2017, he and Nina welcomed a son named Noah.
He and Kevin Durant combined in 2008 to make up a fierce duo for the Oklahoma City Thunder.