Westbrook’s Play Elevating Thunder During Winning Streak

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The Oklahoma City Thunder have won six games in a row, and one of the big reasons why is the play lately of point guard Russell Westbrook.

Westbrook has averaged nearly 30 points a game in his last six outings, and is coming off a game in which he set a Thunder record with 17 assists.

In addition to his amazing statistics of late, he's also been impressive as a leader for OKC, helping integrate four new players on the roster.

New center Enes Kanter has seemingly quickly gotten into a groove with Westbrook in pick and roll and other two-man sets.

Westbrook's play also seems to be improving Serge Ibaka's game as well.

In this video you'll hear and see comments from Westbrook, Ibaka, and Kanter.

The Thunder host the Indiana Pacers Tuesday night, February 24 at 7:00 at Chesapeake Arena.

 

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