Russell Westbrook vs. Hawks: Stats, Highlights and Reaction

December 19th, 2016 by Rob Goldberg Leave a reply »

Russell Westbrook continues to put up ridiculous numbers.

While the Oklahoma City Thunder guard didn't add another triple-double to his tally Monday, he showcased his scoring ability in a 110-108 loss to the Atlanta Hawks.

Westbrook has more than filled the stat sheet this season, securing 13 triple-doubles while averaging double digits in points, assists and rebounds.

He focused on the first category against Atlanta, lighting up the scoreboard early, as Royce Young of noted:

His shot was falling no matter where he was on the court, via NBA:

The effort continued well into the second half, with the five-time All-Star making even tougher shots:

Westbrook spread the ball to his teammates, too, but they were likely difficult to trust down the stretch, as Kevin Smith of RealGM argued:

After tying the game at 108 on a pull-up jumper with 32.1 seconds remaining, Westbrook tried to do it again after the Hawks eased ahead on Paul Millsap's jumper. He had two shots to tie the game but missed both, as Kent Bazemor ...

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