Russell Westbrook records triple-double, Thunder pummel 76ers

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Russell Westbrook put up 13 points, and also added 14 assists and 10 rebounds to earn a triple-double while helping the Oklahoma City Thunder cruise past the Philadelphia 76ers, 125-92. The Thunder had an impressive game shooting the ball, finishing 43-76 (56.6%) from the field and 32-43 (74.4%) at the free throw line. Oklahoma City (46-15) has now won three straight games.

Westbrook finished 4-9, including 1-3 from three-point range. He also registered 3 steals. Other top performers for Oklahoma City were Kevin Durant with 42 points and 9 rebounds, Reggie Jackson with 14 points and 6 rebounds, and Perry Jones with 12 points and 6 rebounds. Despite the loss, James Anderson scored 20 points for Philadelphia on 7-16 shooting, including 6-12 from behind the arc.

The Thunder recorded a FTA rate of 56.6 to go alongside their 61.2% eFG%. They are undefeated (7-0) on the season when eclipsing 35.0 and 55% in those respective offensive factors. The 76ers, however, are 1-3 when allowing opponents to reach those thresholds.

Philadelphia (15-46) has now dropped their last 15 in a row.

Coming up next, the Thunder square off against the Phoenix Suns, who are 35-25 on the year. The 76ers meet the Utah Jazz, currently 21-39 this season. The Thunder have a 1-0 record against Phoenix this season. The 76ers have a 0-1 record against Utah this season.


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