Russell Westbrook Didn’t Get a Triple Double vs the Lakers But Did Set Another Franchise Record
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Breaking News: Russell Westbrook played and did not get a triple double last night. The player who Kobe enjoys watching “only” had 27 points, 11 assists and 2 rebounds (he sucks!) against Kobe’s Lakers on Tuesday. Speaking of rebounds, the stingy NBA took a rebound away from Westbrook’s 10th triple double of the season against the Heat so now Westbrook just has 9 triple doubles on the season (yeah, he sucks!).
Although Westbrook didn’t rack up another triple double, his double double of 25 and 10 pushed him past Gary Payton for most 25 & 10 games in a season (15) for the great franchise.
I guess Westbrook is all right and according to Kevin Love the MVP. I’ll share that love from Love.