Getty Images Russell Westbrook, Kevin Durant

In case you haven't heard, Kevin Durant ditched fellow superstar Russell Westbrook this offseason after playing eight seasons with Westbrook in Oklahoma City. Durant and Westbrook made an NBA Finals together, were within one game of the Finals last season and Durant told Westbrook he loved the point guard after winning the 2013-14 NBA MVP.

Now, you're caught up to speed.

On Wednesday, the post-Durant era started for the Thunder, who signed Westbrook to a contract extension through 2019 (with a player option in 2018). Before the Thunder took the court against the 76ers, the Jordan Brand debuted a video of Westbrook, along with others (including friends and family -- notably brother Ray), dancing to Lil Uzi's "Do What I Want."

For the record, the hook reads:

"Boy I started on the bottom, made my way to the top
Boy I'm gon' keep winning, no I cannot stop
'Member I had a little, (I did) turned that s*** to a lot
Always been one hundred, put that on my block
Used to want a 4 door, now I want that drop, Yeah
Now I do what I want, now I do what I want
Now I do what I want, now I do what I want
Now I do what I want, now I do what I want
Now I do what I want, now I do what I want
Now I do what I want, now I do what I want
Now I do what I want, now I do what I want
Now I do what I want, now I do what I want"

This is not a coincidental song choice.

The ad is for the new Westbrook 0.2 lifestyle shoe. Westbrook debuted the footwear while holding an iguana on a leash.

As for Westbrook's first game without Durant on the roster, the five-time All-Star had 32 points, 12 rebounds and nine assists in a 103-97 road win. He was also flipped off by a Philadelphia fan.

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