Russell Westbrook unleashed his 26th triple double of the season – and the 130th in his career – to lead a second-half surge that lifted the Oklahoma City Thunder over the visiting Brooklyn Nets, 108-96, in the NBA on Wednesday, March 13 (Thursday, March 14, Manila time).
Westbrook finished with 31 points, 12 rebounds, 11 assists and 3 steals while Paul George added 25 points and 9 boards
Spencer Dinwiddie paced the Nets with 25 points. The Nets led 52-42 at halftime but could not silence the Thunder in the second half. “My job is to bring the energy every night. It was my fault in the first half,” Westbrook said. “I knew I needed to pick it up in the second half.”