Russell Westbrook will be inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame on November 17th, and Michael Jordan will be the one presenting him.

Last year it was Westbrook who was doing the presenting on behalf of Kevin Durant, something many Oklahomans probably regrets right now, but this time around he's the man of honor.

According to The Oklahoman's Darnell Mayberry, Westbrook isn't taking this moment for granted.

"It's definitely a huge honor in itself for M.J. to come down to Oklahoma and take part in the Oklahoma Hall of Fame festivities. It really means a lot to me that he's going to be there, and it's something that I definitely don't take for granted."

Now if Westbrook can just deliver a championship to OKC they might build him a statue, make him the mayor, and rename the state after him.