May 28, 2014, 1:53 AM EDT
Russell Westbrook seemed to be everywhere. If there was a loose ball, if there was a chance to score in transition, if there was a chance to the attack the rim Westbrook was the guy in the middle of it. He finished with 40 points, 10 assists, and five rebounds and five steals.
He was the player of the game. And he just kept putting up highlights.
- Ray Allen: “I won’t officially retire” 15
- Report: Adidas makes $200 million offer to James Harden 18
- Jahlil Okafor: “Rookie of the Year is one of the goals I set for myself” 15
- Report: Derrick Rose undecided about attending Team USA minicamp 9
- Report: Pacers planning to purchase D-League’s Fort Wayne Mad Ants 4
- Report: Hawks’ Mike Scott told police after arrest all drugs in car were his 17
- NBA lands in Africa trying to put down roots, which is all about youth programs, infrastructure 1
- Report: Kings expected to hire Nancy Lieberman as assistant coach 9