As September is coming to an end, the 2015 NBA season is right around the corner and both fans and players are getting anxious.

Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma City Thunder, is looking forward to finally hitting the court with teammate, Kevin Durant.

Genny Noel

Both players, fan favorites, suffered a number of injuries between 2013-2015 that left one without the other for almost two seasons. This year, both are projected to be healthy and put up lethal numbers. 

The pair were deemed a dynamic duo when their presence on the court became a threat to opposing teams. It has been almost two years since they’ve played a full season together and at complete health.

Westbrook posted a picture on Instagram that suggests that he is ready to ball out.

The point guard, standing tall at 6 feet and 3 inches, almost single-handedly carried his team while Durant nursed multiple injuries. During a game against the Timberwolves, Westbrook set a record for OKC, scoring 34 points in only one half.

Night after night, Westbrook stole the show in hopes of bringing his team to the playoffs. His performances became such a frenzy, that all anyone was talking about was “Russell Westbrook.”

During his MVP acceptance speech in 2014, Durant spoke highly of his comrade and ended the segment by saying,

“Thank you. You have a big piece of this. You’re an MVP-caliber player. It’s a blessing to play with you, man.”

Westbrook and Durant will take the stage for the season-home opener on Wednesday, October 28th against the San Antonio Spurs.

Check out this sick alley-oop featuring the duo against the Sacramento Kings!