Russell Westbrook Averages Triple-Double, Random Twitter Guy is Not Pleased

Russell Westbrook entered Monday nights game against the Miami Heat needing 34 rebounds over a two game stretch to become the first player in NBA history to average a triple-double during two separate seasons. As you probably know by now, Westbrook got 38 rebounds and got his triple-double average.

Averaging a triple-double over the course of an 82 game season is insanely impressive. Which is why it’s only been done by two players.

Our good friend Mike here was not impressed.

The Thunder will be the 4 seed and host the Utah Jazz in the first round for what it’s worth, but I want to make this next thing really clear. It’s a theory I use in all my blogs, and it’s basically the motto of my life.

Facts don’t matter.

Also, Melo sucks.

But alas, Mike was not done unleashing his nonsensical bullshit.

My dude even went after James Harden. Just as a friendly reminder, Harden is the best player on the best team in the league, a team that is favored to win the NBA finals.

To be fair here, Westbrook shot 45% this year. Not great, but still better than Damian Lillard, CJ McCollum, Kemba Walker, Blake Griffin and teammate/league darling Paul George.

My guy Tommy Madden then stepped in and tried to fight Mike. He made the mistake of using facts. Everyone knows facts don’t matter.

Winning is for losers.

Lebron fans are just living their best life, looking for dudes to fuck with on Twitter. To be fair to Mike here, he made zero rational points. His previous tweets have indicated that facts and stats don’t matter, and winning is for losers. I mean if Lebron is losing, he’s actually winning, so idk what this dude is bitching about.

Brian Borders (@bborders12)

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