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    Westbrook: 26/22/11

    He got 22 assists with a starting lineup of:

    Andre Roberson
    Anthony Morrow
    Domantas Sabonis
    Steven Adams

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    Best player in the game consideration?


    Free As Seagull.

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    He clearly hunts for these stats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenged24 View Post
    Best player in the game consideration?
    Nah. He doesn't meet the top qualification: 1. Must have super stars around him

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    Westbrook was the best player in the league last year. This year he's proving it one record at a time.

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    He's certainly trying the hardest. Best player in the league? Lmfao. Oh yeah, top teams weep at Westbrooks presence. Watch out Warriors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenged24 View Post
    Best player in the game consideration?
    nah


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    Quote Originally Posted by tredigs View Post
    He's certainly trying the hardest. Best player in the league? Lmfao. Oh yeah, top teams weep at Westbrooks presence. Watch out Warriors.
    Easy being arrogant towards Westbrook when your team got a top 5 PG,SG,SF and PF in the starting lineup,let alone the strong bench. Granted,he's not the best player right now in the Nba imo,but he's in the conversation anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurpleLynch View Post
    Easy being arrogant towards Westbrook when your team got a top 5 PG,SG,SF and PF in the starting lineup,let alone the strong bench. Granted,he's not the best player right now in the Nba imo,but he's in the conversation anyway.
    Forget the Warriors. Better than Lebron? Come on man. I know the numbers are huge but come on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurpleLynch View Post
    Easy being arrogant towards Westbrook when your team got a top 5 PG,SG,SF and PF in the starting lineup,let alone the strong bench. Granted,he's not the best player right now in the Nba imo,but he's in the conversation anyway.
    I think he's in the conversation for MVP. If you wanna tell me that Westbrook is your MVP choice I won't argue against you (mine is Harden).

    But the "best player" title comes with much more than just box stats. In 1991 if you were to put MJ on a team that was good enough to lower his box stats and if Drexler was on a weak team to inflate his numbers, I guarantee every soul on the planet would prefer to have MJ instead.

    No one sane would rather have Westbrook on their team instead of LeBron, Durant, or Curry. There really is no argument - Westbrook is not the best player in the world despite absurd (and inefficient) box stats.
    The Baker has come. Believe the hype.


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    Also, I love triple doubles... but the glow and mania surrounding them is rather arbitrary. 24/10/10 is NOT better than 35/10/9 and it's only negligibly better than 24/10/9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tredigs View Post
    He's certainly trying the hardest. Best player in the league? Lmfao. Oh yeah, top teams weep at Westbrooks presence. Watch out Warriors.
    What does this even mean?

    Were the 60s Celtics worried about facing Wilt? Were the 80s Lakers/Celtics/Pistons shaking in their boots to face Jordan? I don't personally vote for Russ to be best in the league but its best player not best team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerHouse View Post
    What does this even mean?

    Were the 60s Celtics worried about facing Wilt? Were the 80s Lakers/Celtics/Pistons shaking in their boots to face Jordan? I don't personally vote for Russ to be best in the league but its best player not best team.
    I was drinking, I don't even know exactly what I meant by that haha. My real point is in my LBJ comment, and I would echo exactly what Vee-Rex is saying (and I'd add Harden to your list). I applaud his combination of unbelievable hustle coupled with the skill to pull this off (and gameplan to get him extra rebounds off of defensive boards that would normally go to bigs), but it's just silly that this historically high Usage and subsequent triple-doubles could fool people into thinking he's the games alpha. It's just not the case in any form.

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    He'll have a quad-double by the end of season.

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    Lebron is easily the better player. There is no argument for Russ based on all the facts.
    D. Rob gives Hakeem 40/16/7/4
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_RP3SvZ4O8
    D. Rob gives Alonzo 52/14/7
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-NRWNX7Z7Y
    D. Rob gives the Pistons 34/10/10/10
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KkpT0QdUDIY
    D. Rob gives the Clippers 71/14
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ck4KXAydlkE
    D. Rob gives Shaq 36/13/7/6
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XivZd3mRVw
    D. Rob gives Ewing 45/16
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8Ddm9WVzjA
    IF YOU DON"T KNOW, NOW YOU KNOW

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