Russell Westbrook does it all for the Oklahoma City Thunder and it shows in his numbers as the 29-year-old is nearly averaging a triple-double this season through 69 games with 25.2 points, 10.2 assists and 9.7 rebounds per game.
Considering he’s one of the NBA’s flashiest players both on and off the court, fans do what they can to check out Westbrook live in action whenever the reigning NBA MVP is in town and that was the case on Sunday afternoon at the Air Canada Centre.
The seven-time NBA All-Star and the Thunder made their only appearance in Toronto on Sunday afternoon for a game with the Raptors and Toronto Maple Leafs Auston Matthews and Morgan Rielly were on board for the tilt. Since they also happen to call the ACC their home, the two managed to get in a quick meet and greet with the Thunder point guard.
Raptors fans left the arena very disappointed after the Thunder pulled off a 132-125 victory, but Westbrook did not disappoint as he dropped 37 points to go along with 14 assists and 13 rebounds in the win.