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43-29, 2nd in Northwest

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Russell Westbrook has a pretty straightforward answer on what he likes about the way the Thunder are moving the ball and playing efficient offense.


LeBron, Lillard and Westbrook (oh my)

Ramona Shelburne, Chiney Ogwumike and Royce Young chat about Ty Lue (2:55), LeBron (8:10), the impressive Blazers (13:50) and the resurgent Thunder (33:40).

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Russell Westbrook's 102nd career triple-double marked the 33rd game he's outright led both teams in points, rebounds and assists. According to @EliasSports, that's tied with Wilt Chamberlain for the most such games in NBA history.

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The Thunder improved to 5-2 against the Raptors, Rockets and Warriors with today's win at Toronto. That's the best record and most wins against those teams for any squad in the NBA.


Raptors' Casey among 3 ejected in loss to OKC

Russell Westbrook had 37 points, 14 assists and 13 rebounds for his fifth straight triple-double, Steven Adams scored 25 points, and the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Raptors 132-125 on Sunday, snapping Toronto's winning streak at 11.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Russell Westbrook after dropping 37-13-14 in a big road win over the Raptors: "I am a man on a mission. We've got to take care of business. This time of year, it's time to turn it up a notch."

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

A massive win for the Thunder in Toronto today, 132-125, snapping the Raptors' 11-game win streak. It does a lot to validate their mindset that when the stakes go up, so do they. Russell Westbrook was on his MVP level, taking over the fourth quarter and notching a fifth consecutive triple-double (37-13-14) as OKC wins its sixth straight game.

Westbrook calls bank on game-sealing jumper (0:18)
Russ collects 5th straight triple-double (0:25)
Miles throws down the hammer (0:15)
Adams leaves with a groin injury (0:51)
Russ finds Adams for the jam (0:15)

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With his sixth point today, Carmelo Anthony passed Reggie Miller for 19th on the all-time scoring list. Dirk Nowitzki and LeBron James are the only active players with more career points than Anthony.

Nogueira flushes and gets fouled (0:29)
Powell scoops and gets hacked (0:19)
Adams hands off to Russ for reverse layup (0:16)

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Big, important win for OKC, fighting off a terrific performance from the Clippers to pick up a fifth straight win. And it was Corey Brewer who made the difference, leading the Thunder in scoring with 22 — that is a real sentence — while Westbrook picked up a fourth straight triple-double. With 10 of their final 11 games against plus-.500 teams, this was a much needed game for OKC to get on their home floor.

Team Stats

Points Per Game107.412th
Rebounds Per Game44.85th
Assists Per Game21.426th
Points Allowed104.17th

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