In just 28 minutes of work Tuesday night, Russell Westbrook filled the statsheet with his third triple-double of the season.
Westbrook finished with 20 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in the OKC Thunder’s 105-92 win against the visiting Indiana Pacers.
The Thunder’s potent bench put the game away with Russ chillin’ on the bench in the fourth quarter (and Kevin Durant and Steven Adams watching in street clothes.)
Per The Oklahoman:
Oklahoma City’s second string carved up Indiana over the final 14 minutes, storming to a 27-11 run after Westbrook sat and eventually putting away the Pacers, 105-92, inside Chesapeake Energy Arena. […] “They actually took the game over,” Thunder coach Scott Brooks said of his bench.
“We have great team spirit right now,” said Westbrook, who finished with 20 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in only 28 minutes. “Our spirit is very high and everybody wants each individual to do well.”
“Everybody’s playing with a great amount of confidence,” said Westbrook. “We’re playing together, we’re making the extra pass and guys are getting open shots. So it makes it easy on everybody. And I’m just happy to see everybody doing well.”