Shannon Sharpe explains how Russell Westbrook’s 51-point night cost the Thunder
Oklahoma City Thunder superstar Russell Westbrook put up another eye-popping scoreline Wednesday night, setting a playoff<a href="http://www.officialvikingshop.com/shop-by-players-michael-griffin-jersey-c-2_55.html"> Michael Griffin Youth Jersey</a> record for the most points scored in a triple-double performance -- but the Thunder lost to fall into an 0-2 hole in their series with the Rockets.
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On Thursday's "Undisputed," Shannon Sharpe argued that despite his production, Westbrook ultimately cost his team a vital win by refusing to stop shooting.
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