Westbrook Puts Up Triple Double in 28 Minutes Against Wall & the Wizards
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The game was initially the Kevin Durant show in DC – 14 points, 10 rebounds and 4 assists in just 17 minutes – but after KD left the game with an injury, it once again became the Beastbrook show.
Facing against all-star John Wall, the triple double king of last season put up 22, 11 and 11 in just 28 minutes during the 125-101 victory over the Wizards. Wall was just 4 of 13 from the field and finished with 9 points and 5 assists.
“We’re just too soft of a team right now,”said Wizards coach Wittman. “We don’t defend. Guys drive by us at will. We don’t have any toughness.”
Not that it will make him feel any better but it wasn’t just any guy who was driving by them at will. It was Beastbrook!