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.
- Jim Buss open to the idea of Kobe Bryant playing beyond this season 28
- Derrick Rose on sexual assault suit: “I am confident I will be proven innocent” 2
- Report: Kyrie Irving likely not back opening night, could be out until January 14
- Legendary Sixer, backboard-shattering dunker Darryl Dawkins dies at 58 14
- After Rio Olympics next summer, who takes over at Team USA coach? 8
- Kobe, Shaq discuss regrets over feud that ended their Lakers era 49
- NBA fines Clippers for attempting to circumvent salary cap with DeAndre Jordan 10
- The most overlooked – and maybe most significant – reason Carmelo Anthony won’t waive his no-trade clause this season 18