Russell Westbrook Flaunts A 'zero Regrets' Shirt Before The Rockets Vs Thunder Game

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NBA: Housten Rockets guard Russell Westbrook wore a no regrets shirt before his game at Oklahoma City Thunder home Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma.

Written By Devika Pawar | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Houston Rockets guard Russell Westbrook wore a 'zero regrets' shirt before his game against Oklahoma City Thunder. The back of the shirt was covered with Russell Westbrook's achievements while with Thunder and the words 'why not' were printed on the sleeves. This was also Westbrook's first time returning to the Thunder home – Chesapeake Energy Arena – after being traded to the Rockets. 

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NBA 2019-20: Russell Westbrook wore a 'zero regrets' shirt before the Rockets vs Thunder game

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NBA 2019-20: Russell Westbrook's time with Oklahoma City Thunder

Russell Westbrook was traded by Thunder to the Rockets on July 11, 2019. He was a part of the deal that sent Chris Paul back to Thunder. While with Thunder, Westbrook won the NBA MVP award during the 2016-17 season. He also averaged in triple-doubles for three consecutive years (NBA 2016-17 – NBA 2018-19). Westbrook was with Thunder for 11 seasons. He played 821 games, scored 18859 points, 5760 rebounds, 6897 assists and 138 triple-doubles. Westbrook was also voted as an NBA All-Star eight times.

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Currently, Westbrook is averaging at 24.1 points, 7.9 rebounds and 7 assists per game for the Rockets. The Rockets are at a 25-11 (win-loss) and are ranked third in the Western Conference. The Thunder are at 21-16 and are ranked seventh. Rockets beat the Thunder 116-112 during their last encounter in October at the Toyota Center. 

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