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Rusell Westbrook

Who is Russel Westbrook?

Russell Westbrook III is a prolific American basketball player who plays for the ‘Houston Rockets of the ‘NBA.’ Hailing from a sports family, he started exhibiting his skills when he was just a kid.

From winning the biggest honors while playing in college, to becoming one of the most prominent ‘NBA’ stars, Russell has come a long way.

Russell Westbrook began his ‘NBA career in 2008 when he was drafted by the ‘Seattle SuperSonics,’ which was later renamed ‘Oklahoma City Thunder.’
Trained strenuously by his father Russell Westbrook Sr., Russell Jr. dedicated most of his childhood to the game.

Russell already holds numerous NBA triple-double records, including the most triple-doubles in a single season.

On Monday, March 30, he set another record in a game against the Indian Pacer.

Westbrook had one of the best performances of his career, with 35 points, 21 assists, two steals, and 14 rebounds.

He led the Wizards to a 132-124 vict

ory by shooting 14-of-26 from the floor and 3-of-6 from beyond the arc.

As a result, he became the first player in NBA history to record a triple-double of 35 points, 20 assists, and 10 rebounds.

He joins Magic Johnson and Oscar Robertson as triple-double legends.

They were the only other players in NBA history to have 30 points, 10 rebounds, and 20 assists in a same game.

Westbrook also has more triple-doubles than former NBA Champion Darrell Walker (15) in Wizards team history.

He currently has a Wizards record 16 triple-doubles in only 38 games.

In reality, Westbrook achieved the triple-double before the fourth quarter for the 47th time.

As a result, he is the only player in the last 25 years to have accomplished this feat.

“He accomplishes things I’ve never seen in history,” Wizards coach Scott Brooks said of Westbrook.

I’ve been a member of this league for 30 years. I’m not sure, man. It’s incredible.”

Meanwhile, congratulations to Russell Westbrook on his historic triple-double.

“As a leader, I take satisfaction in making my teammates better.

Tonight, the players assisted me by making baskets and keeping the game going,” Westbrook said.

“My mindset was to go out and be aggressive, setting the table for my teammates.”

“When the fourth strikes, it’s time to take command.”

Russell Westbrook consistently demonstrates why he is the King of Rebounding with his outstanding performance on the court.

James Harden of the Brooklyn Nets ties the franchise record for a triple-double.
Monday night in New York, James Harden had 38 points, 13 assists, and 11 rebounds in a 112-107 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves.

As a result, Harden recorded his 12th triple-double of the season, all of which have come since joining the Nets.

And now he has tied Jason Kidd’s franchise record for the most triple-doubles in a single season.

“Different, but both dominant and astounding for James in such a short period to track down so many triple-doubles,” remarked head coach Steve Nash.

Rusell Westbrook
Rusell Westbrook running and giving a smiling face. Source: Superstar Bio

“He’s our leader, and another triple-double meant a lot to us.”

“You can’t take it for granted, but you do because he can pull these [triple-doubles] out of a hat every single night.”

Harden remarked of his approach, “You can never be complacent.”

“I can’t be complacent—I’ve never been that way, and I’m not going to start now.”

I believe I can always improve. I believe when you are attempting to do something.

First, you must examine yourself in the mirror to see what you can improve and how you can contribute more effectively to the team’s success.

I have a limited amount of influence over what is going on around me.

But the one thing I know I have complete control over is myself.”

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The Brooklyn Nets welcome back Kyrie Irving.

Kyrie Irving, the Brooklyn Nets point guard, returns to the team for the game against the Timberwolves after missing three games due to family obligations.

On his comeback, Kyrie Irving scored 27 points and grabbed seven rebounds to help the Nets win.

“Whenever an enemy team comes in here or on the road, we feel like we’re going to get their best shot, regardless of their record,” Irving said after the game.

“I felt like we couldn’t manage the game’s pace.”

They were crashing the glass and doing the little things that kept them in the game tonight.

We made a few mistakes, which I believe we can correct.

We discussed it in the locker room and will watch the tape tomorrow.

These games are quickly approaching, so we’ll take the win and see what we can learn.”

The Nets climb to 32-15, a half-game behind the conference-leading 76ers.

Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors puts on an incredible performance after returning from injury.

Steph Curry returned to the game for the Warriors after missing five games due to a tailbone injury.

In his first game in nearly two weeks, Stephen Curry had 32 points, 5 rebounds, and 6 assists.

As a result, the Warriors defeated the Chicago Bulls 116-102, snapping a four-game losing run.

He concluded the first quarter with 13 points after hitting three 3-pointers.

Similarly, he made six three-pointers on the night while shooting 11-for-24 from the floor.

For the first two quarters, neither team could get ahead by more than five points.

However, the Dubs began to ramp up the pace in the third quarter, with everyone giving it their all.

As a consequence, they defeated the Bulls 116-102.

While Curry put on a fantastic performance, his teammates also went above and above to keep the Bull at bay and secure the victory.

Andrew Wiggins scored 21 points on 8-for-15 shooting, and Kelly Oubre Jr. added 18 points and 11 rebounds.

Draymond Green had 11 points and nine assists as well.

GSW will face the Miami Heat on Friday after snapping a four-game losing run.