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14-8, 1st in Northwest

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Steven Adams was asked about marijuana and its potential medicinal value from a player perspective. His answer, per the usual, was different.

Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

Russell Westbrook has had six straight triple-doubles, bringing his season averages to 31 points, 11.3 assists and 10.9 rebounds through 22 games. LeBron James thinks Westbrook can keep that pace all year. "Westbrook can do it," James said Wednesday. "He's capable of doing it. He's showing it. He's like the Energizer Bunny, man. He just doesn't get tired. He doesn't get tired and when you have that passion for the game too, as well, it's very doable. The game has definitely changed a little bit. It's almost feeling like back in the ‘80s when teams were putting up 145s (in points) and 135s and more possessions and more shot attempts. Obviously they weren't shooting as many 3s but it was a lot of possessions. So, with that being said, with his athleticism, with him being able to go get those rebounds, he handles the ball for the majority of the game for OKC so he's going to get the assists and I think he's averaging nine free throws a game and he's going to make seven or eight of those a game and obviously he's going to get one bucket -- he's going to get 10 points. That's the easy thing for him. So, it's very doable."

LeBron believes Westbrook is capable of averaging a triple-double (1:00)
Ball striving to be as great as Westbrook (0:58)
Burke impressed by Warriors' cohesion (2:27)
Ball striving to be as great as Westbrook (0:59)
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Westbrook entering the history books

Russell Westbrook notched his sixth straight triple-double, the fourth-longest streak in NBA history. It was Westbrook's fifth triple-double through three quarters of play this season – the rest of the NBA has combined for one.

Is Westbrook a lock for MVP? (1:39)
Westbrook's triple-double splurge continues (1:07)
Legler thinks Westbrook will average triple-double for season (3:05)
Westbrook making triple-doubles feel routine (1:41)
Westbrook's sixth straight triple-double propels Thunder (1:33)
Westbrook feels 'blessed' after sixth straight triple-double (0:40)
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Russell Westbrook by the numbers

Westbrook made it six straight triple-doubles on Monday night and 11 this season with 32 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists in OKC's 102-99 win at Atlanta. In the six games, he's averaging 29.2 points, 17.7 boards and 16.8 dimes.

Westbrook records triple-double for sixth straight game (0:32)

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Russell Westbrook picks up his sixth straight triple-double, and 11th of the season: 15-11-10 with 6:19 left in the third quarter.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Westbrook with 5 points, 7 rebounds and 8 assists at halftime in Atlanta. He's struggling shooting, hitting just 1-7, but the Thunder still lead the Hawks 55-54.

Oladipo double pumps for monster slam over Howard (0:24)
Jerami Grant throws one down after nice feed from Christon (0:18)

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Russell Westbrook has 1 point, 5 rebounds and 3 assists after one quarter in Atlanta. If you're wondering, the last time he failed to score double-figures? January 13, 2016 against Dallas when he finished with zero after being ejected right before halftime.

Team Stats

Points Per Game107.47th
Rebounds Per Game46.13rd
Assists Per Game22.69th
Points Allowed104.817th

Team History


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