Thunder Beat Heat, Westbrook Triple Doubles Again

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Oklahoma City Thunder

Russell Westbrook recorded his second straight triple-double, 12 points, 10 rebounds and 17 assists, as the Oklahoma City Thunder powered through the Miami Heat 93-75.

The triple-double was Westbrook’s tenth of the season and his eighth since the NBA All-Star break.

The Thunder has now won three games in a row and five straight at home.

Enes Kanter scored a game high 27 points, and set a personal best for a quarter with 15 points in the first.

Steven Adams, Dion Waiters, Mitch McGary and Anthony Morrow all also scored in double figures.

Andre Roberson left the game with a sprained ankle and did not return.

The Thunder host the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday, March 24.

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