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ATLANTA.- Russell Westbrook broke the record of Oscar Robertson 47 years ago with the most triple-doubles in the history of the NBA, but missed the triple potential of victory in the match in which the Wizards from Washington on Monday 125-124 fell to the Hawks de Atlanta.

Westbrook he reached 182 triple-doubles by picking up a rebound with 8:29 left. The nine times chosen to Stars game Y Most valuable Player in 2016-17 he finished with 28 points, 13 boards and 21 assists, taking the weight of the team in the absence of Bradley Beal, the league’s second-highest scorer.

Bring young he made 36 points and John Collins added 28 for the Hawks, who approached mid-game of the Knicks from New York, in fourth place in the Eastern Conference. Washington is tenth in the It is, what it would give to the Wizards the last ticket to the mini repechage tournament heading to the playoffs.

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