With four straight triple-doubles contributing directly to wins, Russell Westbrook's ability to make the Oklahoma City Thunder tick is undeniable.
Not that there was any doubt on Thursday night as the NBA's leading scorer had 24 points, 16 assists and 10 rebounds to lead his team to a 123-102 blowout victory over the Toronto Raptors.
It was Westbrook's 34th triple-double of the season as he continued his assault on the NBA's single-season record for triple-doubles of 41, set by Oscar Robertson during the 1961-62 season.
You wouldn't know from his postgame comments, though, as he deflected the talk from his play to talk about the play of his teammates. In particular,...