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Westbrook with another triple double
« on: October 19, 2017, 10:47:55 PM »

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21/16/10 only 12 shots and both George and Anthony shot and scored more. If Russ plays like this all year they could theoretically challenge the Warriors in the playoffs.
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Yeah, Westbrook is still putting up otherworldly stats. George wasn't even that great, shooting only 9-23 from the field (two late, unnecessary threes bailed out his terrible night); Melo only shot 8-20, but it didn't seem to matter at all. Westbrook is still Westbrook - very impressive.

It sure would be great to see somebody knock off GSW.

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It was against a terrible Knicks team. Lets see how they do against top teams first before labelling them as a potential threat against the Warriors.

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Sound and fury, signifying nothing. He's very talented but reminds me of Chris Paul in a negative way—just doesn't have that "it" factor that champions have.
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Sound and fury, signifying nothing. He's very talented but reminds me of Chris Paul in a negative way—just doesn't have that "it" factor that champions have.

How many championships has CP been part of?  Exactly the same # as RW.   ::)

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Sound and fury, signifying nothing. He's very talented but reminds me of Chris Paul in a negative way—just doesn't have that "it" factor that champions have.

How many championships has CP been part of?  Exactly the same # as RW.   ::)

At least Westbrook made it out of the 2nd round ;D

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It was against a terrible Knicks team. Lets see how they do against top teams first before labelling them as a potential threat against the Warriors.
Sure the Knicks are bad but Russ still was a facilitator and not a scorer.  That was the big question for them entering the year. Could Russ adapt enough to allow Anthony and George to still shoot a lot.  Game 1 was a good start.
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I had this weird thought today:

What if Draymond suffers some kind of injury and it turns out his defense and facilitating is the linchpin that makes the Curry/Durant/Thompson fireworks all fire together. Westbrook, George, and Anthony all click, OKC has solid role players who can do the dirty work and OKC wins a championship and Westbrook takes the Finals MVP.

Westbrook would solidify himself as the greatest Thunder (still a stupid team name) of all time, over Kevin Durant in just the second season of his departure. How wild would that be?