Sport Steven Adams and Enes Kanter made videos to campaign for MVP candidate Russell Westbrook

00:15  21 march  2017
00:15  21 march  2017 Source:   Sporting News

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Westbrook ’s teammates Steven Adams and Enes Kanter (aka The ‘Stache Bros) have strong feelings about his MVP candidacy , so they came together to create an amusing video pitch to MVP voters in support of their point guard.

OKC big men Steven Adams and Enes Kanter recently dropped off a video in promotion of the Russell Westbrook for MVP campaign , in which they dub Westbrook the "King of the Prairie."

Steven Adams and Enes Kanter are doing their all to promote their Thunder teammate, Russell Westbrook, for MVP.

  Steven Adams and Enes Kanter made videos to campaign for MVP candidate Russell Westbrook © Provided by Sporting News

The race at the top is close, with Westbrook, James Harden, Kawhi Leonard and LeBron James neck-and-neck coming into the season's final few weeks. Sothe "Stache Bros" duo is doing all it can to help their guy win.

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The dry sarcasm from everyone involved is impeccable. Kanter is directly referred to as Sixth Man of the Year candidate and Andre Roberson is introduced as All-Defensive team candidate. Nobody's being subtle about who deserves what.

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Adams feeds Westbrook for 3. VIDEO PLAYLIST. He's been held to single-digit points in four of his last five contests, and while the Thunder aren't depending on Adams for much scoring, the team's lack of secondary offensive production beyond MVP candidate Russell Westbrook is becoming more of

Steven Adams and Enes Kanter are campaigning for Russell Westbrook to win the MVP award. Steven Adams and his fellow Oklahoma City Thunder 'Stache Brother Enes Kanter are on the campaign trail.

Then Roberson is questioned about his preference of guardingWestbrook or eitherfighting a poisonous snake, swimming with alligators or wrestling a bear. He liked his odds with the deathly animals over trying to stop the NBA's top scorer.

With personalities like Kanter's and Adams' these videos don't at all feel forced and insteadare used as a great marketing tool for the Thunder, the MVP race, and their own personal brands.

Sometimes you have to get a little pushy with these awards, which are at times popularity-driven. Sportswriters vote for the award, so it's smart Kanter and Adams are promoting this on Twitter. It's where we live. Will it change the voting? Probably not, but the tens of thousands of retweeters will make sure it stays in the back of voters' minds.

This is the second video they've made, and we can only hope for more.

We need a "Stache Bros" acceptance speech!

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