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Westbrook angry with the Thunder loss

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Oklahoma City Thunder are trailing the Houston Rockets in their Western Conference series 0-2. In this series, it has shown that all the Thunder has is Russell Westbrook.

In Wednesday night’s loss, Westbrook had the first NBA postseason 50-point triple-double. After the 51-point performance by the likely MVP, he was not in a good mood.

Russell Westbrook (Getty Images)

Russell Westbrook (Getty Images)

“I don’t give a f*ck about the line,” he said. “We lost.”

In their Game 2 loss, Westbrook missed 26 shots. He had a state line of 51 points (17 of 43 FGs with 15 of 18 FTs), along with 13 assists, 10 rebounds, four steals and a block.

This was his first postseason triple-double in the series after having 42 in the regular season in 80 games. He struggled in the Thunder’s opener with the Rockets on Sunday, as he went 6-of-23 from the field for 22 points with 11 rebounds, seven assists, two steals and nine turnovers.

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