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We all heard it. Read it. Saw it. Some even said it. For the Thunder, pretty much all of the 2011 postseason was focused on Russell Westbrook and what he should and shouldn’t be doing.
For most Thunder fans, we were all saying, “What’s the big deal? That’s just Russell Westbrook.” But it didn’t matter. When people saw box scores showing 30 attempts by Westbrook’s name and the fact he took six more shots than Durant, there wasn’t a person in the world that could calm down the harrumphing going about.
But here’s an interest thing from John Schuhmann’s StatsCube profile on the Thunder on NBA.com: The more Westbrook was involved in the offense, the better the Thunder were. Consider this: Keep Reading…