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Russell Westbrook has always been one to try to set a fashion trend, so it should come as no surprise that he is giving the fashion industry a shot.

The Oklahoma City Thunder star already has a deal as an underwear model, and now, he has come out with his own line of sunglasses.

All of Westbrook's sunglasses are scratch-resistant and ultra-lightweight with UV400 protection.

You can buy a pair of shades at WestbrookFrames.com, but you better be prepared to drop some money. There are currently 10 designs available, all of which range from $95 to $145.

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On July 8, 2010, LeBron James made a decision that impacted his legacy and changed the landscape of the NBA.

After spending the first seven seasons of his career with the Cleveland Cavaliers, James announced on ESPN's The Decision that he would be "taking his talents to South Beach."

That was only the beginning of things to come. The Decision led to Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert's infamous letter. Miami held a very memorable pep rally to celebrate the signings of James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh.

In the four years of the Big Three era, the Heat went to four straight NBA Finals and won two championships. James won two NBA Most Valuable Player awards and two NBA Finals MVP awards as a member of the Heat.

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Brazil are playing without Neymar and Thiago Silva against Germany in the semifinals of the 2014 World Cup, so losing the match would be understandable. However, nobody saw Germany blowing out the host nation quite like this.

After Germany scored four goals in the first 26 minutes of the match, Brazil fans in the stadium began to realize that their team's tournament was all but over.


They weren't the only fans who couldn't believe what they were watching:

In the 29th minute, Germany added a goal to make it 5-0.

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Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins is 6'11", but when he is being guarded by the 7'5" Sim Bhullar, he looks no bigger than an average guard.

Bhullar has six inches and about 80 pounds on Cousins. There aren't many people who can make Cousins look small, but Bhullar is certainly one who does.

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After overcoming uncertainty regarding his work permit, Chad Johnson is finally in Canada and ready to work for his new employers, the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League.

The only problem now, however, seems to be all the French road signs lining the streets of his new home. Johnson posted a picture to Instagram of two parking tickets he earned after illegally parking in Montreal.

The wide receiver captioned the picture with a less than jovial message.

"I [bleeping] love everything about Montreal, they gave me a ticket for each windshield wiper. Now that's some thoughtful [bleep]," Johnson wrote.

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Johnny Manziel is pretty easy to spot anywhere he goes...except at Nike's The Opening football camp, apparently.

High school recruits are at Nike's elite, invite-only camp this week, and the company has Manziel there to serve as a camp counselor. Unfortunately, it's tough to help out if you're not actually with the players.

Kipp Adams of 247Sports reported that the camp's security staff asked the Cleveland Browns quarterback to leave the area: 

It's tough to imagine someone not knowing who Manziel is, but it does happen occasionally. This time, it just led to a mistake. (Coincidentally, the Browns QB signed with Nike earlier this year.)

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A group of San Diego graffiti artists are using their talents to honor a local legend.

Tony Gwynn played his entire 20-year career with the San Diego Padres, and he is affectionately known as "Mr. Padre." He passed away last month at the age of 54 after a battle with cancer.

Now the Wildstyle Technicians are putting together a mural of the late Gwynn on the wall of a boxing gym, with permission from the owner, on 16th and J streets.

Gwynn may have been a baseball player, but he influenced everyone, regardless of profession.


“Seinfeld Night” is not a new thing in baseball.

On the contrary, it seems like every minor league organization with aspirations to drum up ticket sales will host an evening in honor of the long-running sitcom. 

People show up in Keith Hernandez jerseys and a few laughs are had, but your average, half-hearted “Seinfeld Night” doesn’t begin to scratch the surface of the event put on by the Brooklyn Cyclones this weekend. 

The minor league team pulled out just about every Seinfeld joke imaginable while celebrating the show’s 25th anniversary on Saturday. 

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Nike needs to forget about LeBron James and Kevin Durant because the man with the swoosh beard would be perfect to be the face of the company.

When you have a beard that long, you might as well have some fun with it.

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Football fans will go to great lengths to get a glimpse of their heroes. This young Brazil fan at the World Cup appears to be hunting down an autograph, though we can't be sure.

What we can be sure of is that she took an almighty tumble in pursuit of the Brazilian team bus.