The only player in NBA history to average a triple-double throughout an entire season is Oscar Robertson. This year, Russell Westbrook became the second. We followed along all season as Westbrook made history.
“Yeah, he could do it. He could do it,” Thunder coach Billy Donovan told the Norman Transcript on Nov. 28. “I’m not gonna say he is or isn’t because I think the more important thing is Russell is winning, but he’s a guy that has great impact on generating assists. He has a great impact on rebounding the basketball, and he can score. So, there’s certainly a possibility that can happen.”
Jordan Spieth dropped a shot on the par-3 16th hole, three-putting after leaving his tee shot a bit short. He’s knotted with Rickie Fowler and Sergio Garcia at 4-under, all two strokes back of Charley Hoffman.
Jordan Spieth’s been the story of the day. Spieth started the day at even par, and he’s sitting at 4-under for the tournament through 14 holes. He trails exactly one player in the tournament: Charley Hoffman, at 6-under. It’s more or less a certainty at this stage that Spieth will be in serious contention on Sunday at Augusta, as usual.
Oh we got something cooking now. Sergio Garcia has birdied to get to 5-under, Jordan Spieth is also in red numbers and charging. Rickie Fowler for a brief moment led the whole thing by himself, but Charley Hoffman got his nose back out in front.