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NBA: Westbrook grabs seventh straight triple-double in losing effort


12-10-2016 15:55 BJT

James Harden and the Houston Rockets rolled into OKC to battle Russell Westbrook and the Thunder. The two all-stars and former teammates are both looking to etch their names in league history. The Bearded one is trying to become just the second player ever to lead the circuit in scoring and assists. While Oklahoma City guard is trying to match Oscar Robertson, by averaging a triple-double for an entire season.

Westbrook was trying to be the first player since Michael Jordan to get a trip-dub in seven straight games. Getting his own rebound here

The OKC guard did manage to get double digits in three categories.

Garnering 27 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists. But it comes in a loss to Houston 102-99 the final. Westbrook is still on pace for a season-long triple double.

Hawks rally from 20-point deficit to upend Bucks

In other action the Atlanta Hawsk would be on the road to face Jason Kidd's Milwaukee Bucks.

And the hosts look to run away from their visitors -- Matthew Dellavedova cans the triple, and Milwaukee is up 20 right before recess.

But the red birds clawback in the second -- Dennis Schroder comes off the pick and he dials long-distance -- it is now a nine point game.

Off to the fourth and the Hawks trimmed the deficit even more -- Schroeder slices into the lane -- and makes it a 2-point game. Career-high 33 for the German.

The ATL would take the lead late -- but the Bucks are able to reclaim it -- Jabari Parker is left open, and the three-ball in the corner pocket puts the hosts up 1.

But the Hawks guard would be the difference down the stretch -- again going hard to the rack, and gets the acrobatic lay-up. visitors up 1.

inside a minute to go, and Schroder again has the rock in his hands -- he beats his man -- and his pass eventually finds Tim Hardaway Jr -- who hits the triple. Atlanta come from 20 down to stun the Bucks 114-110.

In ither games, LeBron James moved into ninth place on the all-time scoring list as Cleveland dumped Miami. Kyle Lowry had a season-high 34 as Toronto overcame Boston. Detroit and Dallas picked up wins. Carmelo Anthony had 33 in New York's win over Sacramento. Phoenix outlasted the Lakers.

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