Do we think it's a coincidence that 3 of Westbrook's best rebounding games of the season have come in the last 4 games (with 15,16, 7, 18)?
So here's my prediction: Westbrook initially get's 16 rebounds. But some Reddit user points out that the scorekeeper incorrectly gave one of Jerami Grant's rebounds to Westbrook, so it's retroactively taken away. Westbrook technically ends up avg 9.9875, but all the broadcasters call it 10 and show it as 10.0 anyway, with only Jeff Van Gundy (during any ABC broadcasts) and Charles Barkley (during the TNT shows) speaking out against it.
Barkley: Listen, I love Westbrook, I think he's a great kid, what he did last year was phenomenal, I think he had a great year this year, but he didn't average no triple double.
Shaq: You just jealous. He just jealous Ernie (said while Barkley's speaking).
Ernie: So Charles, you're telling me, the numbers say 10.0, that's what the numbers say. This isn't something special they're doing just for Westbrook here. It's the math.
Kenny: But with rounding!
Shaq: Chuck don't know no math.
Barkley: I know I had more triple doubles than you!
Shaq: Psh, please. Count the rings.
Barkely: How about I go count Kobe's rings.
Shaq: Still more than you. Still more than you. Even Kenny got more than you.
Goes to commercial with them arguing. Something like that I'm sure.