Russell Westbrook just showed his freakish athletic ability once again in a game against the Brooklyn Nets. Is someone auditioning for Space Jam 2?
The 2017 NBA Most Valuable Player received a baseline pass from teammate Steven Adams in the first quarter of the Thunder's Wednesday night game and drove the paint and threw down a vicious two-handed dunk in the process.
It's just another night at the office for the 30-year-old Westbrook, who is currently averaging near a triple-double per game this season, with 22.8 points, 9.8 rebounds and 9.5 assists.
Westbrook already has made history this season, as he recorded his 107th career triple-double, which tied him for third-most in NBA history, with Hall of Fame point guard Jason Kidd.
Russell Westbrook secures his 107th career triple-double, tying Jason Kidd for third-most in NBA history. pic.twitter.com/GsQ4xp5Yd9— ESPN (@espn) November 29, 2018
Dunks like this are what make Russell Westbrook worth every bit of his five-year, $206 million deal that the Thunder gave him before the 2017-18 season.