Russell Westbrook Worked at a Subway, is a Fine Sandwich Artist

Thursday February 13th, 2014

On Wednesday, Russell Westbrook announced via Twitter that he was the newest pitchman for Subway:

To commemorate the announcement, Westbrook decided to step behind the counter and show off his sandwich artist chops.

According to the description of the video above:

Oklahoma City Thunder superstar, Russell Westbrook announced his partnership with subway on Wednesday, February 12th, 2014. Russell a Southern California native and UCLA product celebrated by heading back to Westwood and serving customers and creating subs. Along with subway spokes person Jared Fogle, the two provided free sandwiches for all in attendance. The first two guests that Westbrook serves are his parents.

Even if he was being compensated handsomely for the appearance, making a Subway sandwich for your parents is pretty sweet in a kind of weird way.

Regardless, Westbrook still has some work to do to match the behind the counter prowess of Darcy Hordichuk and Alexander Radulov:


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