Westbrook fourth ever to hit 100 triple-doubles

Westbrook fourth ever to hit 100 triple-doubles

Westbrook fourth ever to hit 100 triple-doubles

On Tuesday, Westbrook earned his 100th career triple-double - becoming the fourth player in National Basketball Association history to do so - in a 119-107 victory over the Hawks.

He is now fourth all time in triple-doubles, behind Oscar Robertson, Magic Johnson and Jason Kidd.

Westbrook had 12 rebounds and 12 assists to go along with his 32 points for his 100th career triple-double.

Again, the Hawks played well here, and they even tied the game at 103 with 5:15 left after Taurean Prince hit a deep three. Jerami Grant came off the bench and added 20 points, five rebounds, two steals, two blocks in the win.

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Oklahoma City took home the win over the Hawks, 119-107, and the Thunder now sit in fourth place in the Western Conference playoff race.

Oklahoma City Thunder swingman Paul George suffered a groin injury Tuesday against the Atlanta Hawks, head coach Billy Donovan told reporters.

OKC improves to 41-29 on the season and maintain fourth place in the Western Conference standings.

The Hawks have been playing for the future for months and are already mathematically eliminated from the playoffs.

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Prince and Schroder each scored 14 points in the first half and fueled a big second quarter that saw the Hawks build a 66-54 halftime lead.

Carmelo Anthony continued his hot shooting with 21 points, hitting six three-pointers.

The Thunder return home to host the Los Angeles Clippers on Friday night at 7:00 pm.

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