Russell Westbrook savors sweet win after string of losses to Warriors

3:04 AM ET

OKLAHOMA CITY — Russell Westbrook stood at midcourt, looking in the direction of the Golden State Warriors’ bench. He had an expression on his face that suggested he was trying to make it look as if he wasn’t looking at anything in particular, but he definitely had a reason for it.

With his hoodie wrapped tightly around his head, Kevin Durant popped up and walked into Westbrook’s field of view. Westbrook said something, sort of to nobody but loudly enough for Durant to hear. With the Oklahoma City Thunder up 23 midway through Wednesday’s fourth quarter and Durant on the bench, Westbrook was “wondering” why Durant wasn’t in the game. Durant looked at the scoreboard and made the equivalent of the thinking emoji.

Durant didn’t come back in, and that was the last interaction of the night between the two, as the Thunder stomped the Warriors 108-91 behind 34 points, 10 rebounds and 9 assists from Westbrook. He was electric, he was dynamic, he was nearly flawless.

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