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There is an extremely high chance that the Wizards won’t be big players come the NBA trade deadline. They are currently sitting 13th in the Eastern Conference and their form since the return from the All-Star break hasn’t brought much hope of a play-off push. The Wizards are expecting to be quiet as the deadline approaches.
Before the season started many people had predicted that the Wizards will have finished in between 7th and 10th in the Eastern Conference.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are looking to trade Andre Drummond.
But Westbrook, with his consistent overall production on both ends of the floor has shown that his impact on games transcends mere scoring, even though it hasn't led to much playoff success either. All-time, he may come out the better point guard, but only by the smallest of margins.
Devastating dunks, highlight passes and a competitive edge that even all-time greats like Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant have commented on. But there is an undeniable frustration that comes along with watching him play, especially when you root for him. But before that, let's consider where Russell Westbrook was before he arrived in the NBA journey.