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Russell Westbrook's 2014-15 season might go down as one of the great statistical anamolies of all-time -- not to mention one of the great Fantasy seasons. Westbrook missed 15 games and still ended up with 31 double-doubles -- a staggering number for a guard -- and 11 triple-doubles, the 12th most of all time and most since Jason Kidd in 2007-08. He led the league in scoring at 28.1 per game, and added 7.3 rebounds, 8.6 assists, 2.1 steals and 1.3 3-pointers. Unforutnatley, that might all mean nothing when projecting his 2015-16 stats, because he did much of that number accumulating without Kevin Durant around, as the former MVP missed all but 27 games last season. Still, we've seen enough from Westbrook at this point to know that he is capable of production few players can match, even if Durant is healthy and active. He is an obvious first-round pick in all Fantasy scoring formats, and questions about Durant's durability mean a repeat of last season isn't totally out of the question.

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  • Westbrook nearly registered a triple-double in just 22 minutes of action in Wednesday's preseason win over the Timberwolves. He finished the evening with 14 points (5-10 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 3-3 FT), 13 assists, and eight rebounds (four offensive).Though it had been almost six months since he played in a competitive game, Westbrook picked up right where he left off in his dazzling 2014-15 campaign, stuffing the stat sheet in about as efficient a manner as possible. With co-star also Kevin Durant back in the fold after an injury-plagued campaign, the duo looked at times unstoppable against a young Wolves squad, giving Oklahoma City plenty of confidence about its prospects of reemerging as a Western Conference contender this season. From a fantasy perspective, Westbrook still figures to remain an upper-tier option due to his multi-category contributions, but look for his per-game counting stats to tail off a bit with his usage rate set to decline now that Durant's back healthy.

  • Stephen Curry and LeBron James were unanimous choices for the All-NBA first team, announced on Thursday. The Warriors' Curry, who was named NBA MVP, and the Cavaliers' James received first team votes on all 129 ballots submitted. Joining Curry at guard on the All-NBA team is the Rockets' James Harden, who received 125 votes. Joining James at forward is Anthony Davis of the Pelicans (119 votes). The center is Marc Gasol of the Grizzlies (65 votes). The second team consists of the Trail Blazers' LaMarcus Aldridge, the Kings' DeMarcus Cousins, the Bulls' Pau Gasol, the Thunder's Russell Westbrook and the Clippers' Chris Paul. The third team is the Spurs' Tim Duncan, the Clippers' Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan, the Warriors' Klay Thompson and the Cavaliers' Kyrie Irving.

  • Thunder guard Russell Westbrook has been chosen as the 2014-15 NBA Cares Community Assist Award recipient, the NBA announced. The award is given annually to the player that best exhibits a passion for the game of basketball while also helping the community. In 2012, Westbrook launched Westbrook's Why Not? Foundation, which provides support for children facing hardships. "As a child, my brother and I were taught to challenge adversity by working harder and asking ourselves 'why not?'" Westbrook said. "The Why Not? Foundation aims to empower children to overcome their own obstacles and provide them with opportunities to reach their full potential."

  • With the Thunder reportedly contemplating whether to bring back coach Scott Brooks next season, forward Kevin Durant said Brooks does not deserve blame for the team missing the playoffs for the first since 2008-09, reports The Oklahoman. "He rallied us, made sure we were all emotionally stable," Durant said. Guard Russell Westbrook agreed with Durant that Brooks did the best job possible. "As a coach and as a friend, I think he does a great job," Westbrook said. Durant added that he was disappointed he wasn't able to finish the season to help the team due to his foot injury. "I'm definitely pissed," he said. "I can't wait for the first game [next season]."

  • Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook scored 37 points on 11 of 20 shooting in his team's 138-113 win over the Timberwolves Wednesday and finished with a scoring average of 28.1 points per game to take home the scoring title. Westbrook had an outstanding statistical season across the board, averaging 28.1 points, 8.6 assists, 7.3 rebounds and 2.1 steals. However, the Thunder have missed out on a playoff spot after finishing 45-37 but losing a tiebreaker to the Pelicans, who managed to defeat the Spurs Wednesday.

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2015 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2014 67 627 42.6 86 29.9 546 83.5 1886 28.15 50.4
2013 46 346 43.7 68 31.8 242 82.6 1002 21.78 39.5
2012 82 673 43.8 97 32.3 460 80.0 1903 23.21 41.9
2011 66 578 45.7 62 31.6 340 82.3 1558 23.61 37.5
2010 82 614 44.2 34 33.0 531 84.2 1793 21.87 41.2
2009 82 485 41.8 23 22.1 329 78.0 1322 16.12 35.3
2008 82 436 39.8 35 27.1 349 81.5 1256 15.32 28.9
3 Year Avg 65 549 43.4 84 31.5 416 82.1 1597 24.57 44.3
Career 507 3759 43.2 405 30.4 2797 81.9 10720 21.14