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2017 Schedule
32-25, 2nd in Northwest
Are Russell Westbrook's triple-double stats inflated? (1:25)
Plenty to watch in the NBA's second half (1:39)
Larry W. Smith/EPA
13hMarc Stein

Thunder jump to No. 12

In a one-time offer, Marc Stein calls upon you, the loyal Power Rankings fan, to provide the arguments for this week's assessments.

Don't anticipate a KD-Russ reunion (1:34)

ESPN Stats and Information  

Russell Westbrook leads the NBA in points scored (1,771). That's the most points scored for any player at the All-Star break since Nate "Tiny" Archibald scored 1,810 points before the break in 1972-73.

Will Westbrook continue to give KD icy treatment? (2:04)
KD, Westbrook go vintage, briefly, in ASG (0:53)

ESPN Stats and Information  

Kevin Durant recorded the fourth triple-double in NBA All-Star Game history. The other 3 are by Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Michael Jordan.


Quite an All-Star night (again) for Russ

Russell Westbrook didn't become the first three-time MVP in NBA All-Star play, but he still put on an impressive show. Next up, the final 25 games of the Thunder's regular season.

Westbrook has fun with reporters asking about Durant (1:04)
Durant and Westbrook back on the same page with dunk (0:17)

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

With this dunk, Anthony Davis tied Wilt Chamberlain's single-game scoring record of 42 points. He broke it one play later and now has 44 points. But Russell Westbrook (41) is close on his heels with 5:34 left.

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

Russell Westbrook caught fire at the end of the third quarter, draining four 3-pointers in the final 1:17 to give him 31 points and give the West a 144-139 lead. Westbrook scored 31 last year and 41 two years ago, winning MVP honors both times. No player has won 3 straight All-Star Game MVP Awards.

Westbrook shoves Wall... then gives him a wink (0:25)
Durant connects with Westbrook for alley-oop dunk in West's win (0:43)
Westbrook and Durant warm up on opposite ends of the court (0:23)

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

Mark it down in the box score: with 4:58 left in the first quarter, Kevin Durant assisted on a Russell Westbrook dunk, shortly after Westbrook checked in for the first time. So much for that drama.

Announcer introduces Durant from OKC. It's awkward (0:20)
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3dGonzalo Aguirregomezcorta | ESPN Digital

Durant y Westbrook se ignoran en práctica del Oeste

El jugador de Warriors ni el del Thunder dieron señales de reconciliación en la práctica del equipo del Oeste. Todo lo contrario, se evitaron dando muestras que no se apaga la animadversión entre ambos.

Durant: Everyone respects Russ' game (0:16)
Westbrook, Durant avoid each other (0:23)

Team Stats

Points Per Game105.913th
Rebounds Per Game46.23rd
Assists Per Game21.024th
Points Allowed106.019th

Team History


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