Thunder Run By Raptors, Westbrook Triple Doubles Again

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Russell Westbrook recorded his seventh triple-double of the season as the Oklahoma City Thunder took care of the Toronto Raptors in a 108-104 win on Sunday, March 8.

Westbrook matched a career high with 17 assists, poured in 30 points and pulled down 11 rebounds in the OKC win.

The NBA All Star game most valuable player leads the league in scoring and recorded his fifth triple double in six games.

Enes Kanter scored 21 points and finished with 12 rebounds.

Steven Adams returned to the Thunder line up after missing the last ten games with a broken hand.

Adams scored six points and grabbed six rebounds in sixteen minutes of play.

The Thunder improve to 21-8 at home after the win.

Next up, Scott Brook's club hosts the Los Angeles Clippers for an 8 p.m. CT contest on Wednesday, March 11.

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