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Oklahoma City Thunder news roundup: OKC extends winning streak and other sundry subjects

SB Nation has love for Russ in the strictly hypothetical 68-player NBA one-on-one tournament

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Fresh off a convincing 123-102 victory over Toronto, the Oklahoma City Thunder now boast an unblemished four-game run.

Opposite the Raptors, Russell Westbrook (24 pts, 16 ast, 10 rebs) set the table upon which his crew ravenously feasted. In total, Oklahoma City assisted on 33 of 47 made baskets —16 of which were of the three-point variety.

Overall, ten Thunder scored 5+ points, with seven —and all 5 starters— reaching double figures.

Along the way, Westbrook wrapped up triple-double #34 of his memorable campaign. Also, Victor Oladipo (23 pts) continued his hot shooting with 3-3 makes from deep.

While the Thunder surges atop a wave of momentum, here is a look at the best recent news links from OKC nation.

Assist of the season, perhaps?

Tom Ziller, SB Nation’s resident news-linker, delves deep to explain why Westbrook’s between-the-wickets setup to a streaking Oladipo was the bee’s proverbial knees.

Oklahoma City Thunder 123—Toronto Raptors 102

Welcome To Loud City recaps OKC’s latest impressive showing.

Russell responds to Steph Curry’s choice of former Thunder teammate James Harden for MVP.

“Who’s he?” Brilliant.

In the spirit of March Madness, Westbrook claims SB Nation’s hypothetical --yet eerily realistic— 68-player, NBA one-on-one tournament.

Spoiler Alert: Russ reigns supreme with a triple-double vs. King James in the finals.

Until next time, Thunder up! Oklahoma City Thunder nation.