Russell Westbrook Makes NBA History With Most Dunks By A Point Guard

The Los Angeles Clippers’ dynamic star Russell Westbrook has once again etched his name in the NBA history books, this time as the all-time leader in dunks by a point guard, with an impressive total of 652 slams.

At 35 years old, Westbrook continues to defy expectations, leaving fans and doubters alike in awe of his athleticism and skill on the court. With his tenacity and drive, many anticipate that he will continue to shatter records and establish an even more remarkable legacy before he retires.

Russell Westbrook (Credit: NBA)

Known as “Mr. Triple Double” for his outstanding versatility, Westbrook has been a pivotal player for the Clippers this season. His contributions have been crucial to the team’s success, showcasing his ability to dominate the game despite playing at the point-guard position.

Russell Westbrook called himself the best bench player

With an astonishing 199 triple-doubles to his name, Westbrook stands far ahead of the competition and is poised to retire as the undisputed leader in this statistic.

In a recent interview with an ESPN reporter, Westbrook made a bold declaration about his role with the Clippers, stating, “Ain’t nobody better than me in coming off the bench, in this league.” Embracing his role as a bench player, Westbrook has been a force to be reckoned with, averaging 11.2 points, 5.1 rebounds, and 4.6 assists per game this season.

Russell Westbrook
Russell Westbrook (Credit: NBA)

Westbrook’s willingness to accept and excel in his bench role has been instrumental in the Clippers’ success. As part of what many consider the newest superteam in the NBA, alongside stars like Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, and James Harden, Westbrook provides a crucial spark off the bench.

His electrifying offensive playstyle and leadership have galvanized his teammates, injecting energy into the game whenever he hits the court. As the Clippers gear up for the postseason with a solid 51-28 record, Westbrook’s impact and determination continue to be a driving force for the team’s championship aspirations.