Russell Westbrook is close to surpassing Oscar Robertson for the most triple-doubles in NBA history

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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “Russell Westbrook is close to surpassing Oscar Robertson for the most triple-doubles in NBA history” – below is their description.

    Russell Westbrook is close to surpassing Oscar Robertson for the most triple-doubles in NBA history

    The KJZ crew discusses Russell Westbrook tying Oscar Robertson for the most triple-doubles in NBA history and looks ahead to the Washington Wizards’ upcoming game against the Atlanta Hawks, where Westbrook has the opportunity to break Oscar Robertson’s record for the most triple-doubles in NBA history.

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    0:00 Jay Williams acknowledges how good PG Bradley Beal is and how he contributes to Westbrook’s success.

    2:00 Alan Hahn plays a clip of Russell Westbrook crediting Oscar Robertson for paving the way for him. e

    3:30 Keyshawn Johnson on his desire for Russ to win a championship one day.

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