Russell Westbrook scored 22 points grabbed 10 rebounds and dished out 11 assists, in a 133-130 lost to the Chicago Bulls. His Washington Wizards team fell to 0-5 giving them the worst records in this young NBA season.
However, one bright spot for Westbrook, was his triple double, made him just the second NBA player to score a triple double in their first four games of a NBA season. (The other player to do so was Oscar Robinson).
I’m sure Westbrook would’ve rather got the win, because he hasn’t won a NBA game since being traded from Houston to Washington.
His Washington Wizards team is schedule to play the Nets, Sixers, Celtics and Heat, when the New Year rolls around. So ever the Washington Wizards, step up, or Head coach Scott Brooks will be out of a job.
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