October 19, 2017

Ep. 89: Russell Westbrook, Tony Romo, and Special Guest, Kym Hampton

Photo (left to right): Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez, Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook, and New York Liberty’s (WNBA) first center, Kym Hampton  Photo (left to right): Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez, Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook, and New York Liberty’s (WNBA) first center, Kym Hampton Photo Credit: Brook Lopez (What’s The 411TV); Russell Westbrook (Noam Galai); and Kym Hampton (courtesy of Kym Hampton)

Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez becomes the Nets leading scorer passing Buck Williams with 10,444 points

In this episode of What's The 411Sports, Keisha and Mike are talking about

1) Oklahoma City Thunder guard, Russell Westbrook, breaking Oscar Robertson's 55-year-old record of 41 triple-doubles in a season and whether that makes him worthy of being the 2017 NBA MVP.

2) Professional golfer Sergio Garcia wins the PGA Masters

3) Tony Romo is hanging up his cleats as the quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys and is going to the broadcast booth. However, the question is will Romo make it to the NFL Hall of Fame, and;

4) Brook Lopez, the center for the Brooklyn Nets and side-kick to Jeremy Lin, breaks a Buck Williams’ 28-year-old scoring record

WNBA legend, Kym Hampton, is our special guest. Ms. Hampton is the first center for the New York Liberty, and the woman, who along with Basketball Hall of Famer, Lisa Leslie, did the ceremonial tip to usher in the Women’s National Basketball Association. Ms. Hampton takes us down memory lane and is providing a good deal of life lessons whether you are an athlete or not.

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