Breaking down how Russell Westbrook can improve this season | This Just In

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Breaking down how Russell Westbrook can improve this season | This Just In

Chiney Ogwumike joins This Just In to discuss Russell Westbrook getting benched by Frank Vogel in the final minutes of last night’s game against the Indiana Pacers.

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