Russell Westbrook, OKC: B
Well, that was the sloppiest near triple-double you'll ever see.
For the game, Westbrook finished with 30 points, nine assists and 11 rebounds. He also had three steals and eight turnovers.
Almost a quadruple-double.
Things didn't start too hot for Russell Westbrook, as the explosive lead guard converted just three of his first 11 shots. He'd hit just six of his next 16.
That's 9-of-28 shooting.
During the fourth quarter, Westbrook would score quick but disappear for nearly eight minutes. Even his late and-one would prove meaningless, as the Thunder crowded the perimeter and did not allow for the proper spacing to mount a comeback.
Westbrook's nine turnovers and poor shooting will garner headlines. The truth of the matter is, No. 0 was not the reason OKC lost. It was a team-wide letdown.
Luke Ridnour, MIN: C
Luke Ridnour played in this game?
With Barea and Shved going off for monster evenings, you might not have noticed that Ridnour was on the floor. If that's the case, don't worry. He had an average evening and merely played the role of a floor spacer, more than anything else.
For the game, Ridnour finished with a responsible four points, three rebounds, one assist and two steals in 23 minutes. He shot 1-of-4 from the field, but he also had a plus-minus of plus-11.
If nothing else, he knocked down two clutch free throws with 9.5 seconds remaining.