Tuesday 24 October 2017 / 02:31 AM

Westbrook lifts OKC over the Knicks in return

Oklahoma City has done more than wake up on the wrong side of the bed this season.

They started out an abysmal (3-12) and are currently ranked 2nd to last in scoring at just 90.9 points per game. Only the 76ers are scoring fewer.

But things are looking up and the Thunder have won two straight games as they’ve welcomed the return of Russell Westbrook to the action.

In Westbrook’s first game back he poured it on against the Knicks, racking up 32 points, dishing out eight assists and nabbing seven board in just 24 minutes. [Yahoo Sports].

We’ve got all the highlights right here:

OKC has dug themselves quite a hole, particularly for a team that still hopes to compete for the NBA title, but there is still plenty of season left to pick up the pieces from a bumpy beginning.

[YouTube]

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