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Russell Westbrook Believes His 2021-22 Season Was A Failure Because He Didn’t Average A Triple Double

Russell Westbrook’s exit interview from the Los Angeles Lakers may be the last time we hear from him while he is a representative of the Lakers. If that is the case, it was a fitting interview as Westbrook went tell-all while discussing the 2021-22 season. 

Westbrook averaged 18.5 points, 7.4 rebounds, and 7.1 assists this season. This was a massive fall for Brodie, who averaged a triple-double last season. While he didn’t average one in his lone year with the Houston Rockets, he did score 27 points a game in a team that made moves to better accommodate him. 

The Lakers didn’t have a winning season on the court, missing the play-in tournament. However, Westbrook’s personal priorities seemed to show during the exit interviews, as he remarked on the season’s failure by talking about not averaging a triple-double. 

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