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Oscar Robertson is pulling for Westbrook on reaching season-long triple-double But he’s superexcited about Crispus Attucks playing in the Indiana state basketball championship

Basketball, Crispus Attucks High School, Oscar Robertson, Russell Westbrook -

Oscar Robertson is pulling for Westbrook on reaching season-long triple-double But he’s superexcited about Crispus Attucks playing in the Indiana state basketball championship

On Wednesday’s SportsCenter Coast to Coast, basketball legend Oscar Robertson said he appreciates what the Oklahoma City Thunder’s Russell Westbrook is accomplishing this season in his quest to average a triple-double this season.

Robertson, who is the only NBA player to average a triple-double for a season, said he enjoys watching Westbrook do his thing, and believes he could be the eventual MVP.

The Big One also is looking forward to his high school alma mater, Crispus Attucks High School, playing in the Indiana high school basketball championship game Saturday. It’ll be the first time the Tigers have been in the title game since the 1950s.


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