Russell Westbrook: Didn't watch Kevin Durant's Warriors debut

PHILADELPHIA -- Russell Westbrook said after shootaround Wednesday that he didn't watch Kevin Durant's debut with the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday.

"Nah," he said when asked whether he had watched any basketball.

When asked whether he'd seen any scores from Tuesday, he said the same thing.


The Warriors lost 129-100 to the San Antonio Spurs. Durant, who left the Oklahoma City Thunder for the Warriors during free agency, scored 27 points.

Westbrook, who has previously said he doesn't watch other teams play, said he spent the night doing other things.

"I was doing something you guys probably don't want to hear about," Westbrook said. When asked to indulge, the Thunder guard ran down his previous night's itinerary.

"I played cards, man," Westbrook said. "I was just chilling, minding my own business, eating a nice dinner, talking to my wife on the phone."

He continued.

"Took a nice shower," he said. "I used Dove soap. Brushed my teeth, washed my face and went to sleep. Put a movie on before I went to sleep, and that's what I did."