Russell Westbrook’s 3-point woes lead to late-night shooting drills

OKLAHOMA CITY — After going 1-of-12 from 3 in a 105-98 loss to the Denver Nuggets on Saturday, Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook returned to the court still in his full uniform after the game for a shooting session some two hours after the final buzzer. Westbrook spoke with reporters after shooting on the court with a couple of team staffers rebounding for him, still in uniform and with a full sweat worked up. Though he wasn’t interested in explaining the motivation in getting extra shots up. "I’d rather not talk about it, honestly. I do it a lot, but …" Westbrook said, stopping there. It’s not entirely unusual for Westbrook to shoot after games, but typically it’s not back on the arena floor. He did it once before in Phoenix during the 2016-17 season following a rough game, but he’s been known to return to the Thunder’s practice facility sometimes for late-night postgame shooting. Playing a night after a brilliant…
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