He logged 10 points, 11 assists and six rebounds in 29 minutes prior to exiting the game, which the Wizards went on to lose 120-95. His status for Game 3 is unclear.
"We'll see," Westbrook said after the game regarding his status for Saturday, per ESPN's Brian Windhorst,
When healthy, Westbrook is one of the best players of his generation with a resume that includes the 2016-17 league MVP, nine All-NBA selections, two scoring titles, three assist titles and nine All-Star selections.
While the UCLA product may be approaching the back end of his prime at this point of his career, he still averaged 22.2 points, 11.7 assists, 11.5 rebounds and 1.4 steals per game in his first season with the Wizards.
Washington will continue to rely on Bradley Beal as its go-to option if Westbrook is sidelined, while Raul Neto and Ish Smith provide depth at the point guard position.