Golden State Warriors' Klay Thompson celebrates a score during the third quarter of an NBA basketball game against the Indiana Pacers Monday, Dec. 5, 2016, in Oakland, Calif. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)
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On a momentous night in the NBA, Thompson had the biggest game with a career-high 60 points and Westbrook continued his sensational season with a sixth straight triple-double.Thompson's topped them all, with a 40-point first half in under 19 minutes of Golden State's 142-106 victory over Indiana.Marc Gasol had a triple-double and James Harden wasn't far off, but Westbrook does that every night.KLAY'S PLAY: Thompson, who already owns the NBA record with 37 points in a quarter, might have scored many more in this one if the Warriors weren't so explosive.BEST IN THE WEST: Westbrook, who is averaging a triple-double, was chosen Western Conference player of the week Monday and is probably the leader in the race for the NBA's biggest individual prize, the MVP. He has 11 triple-doubles in 22 games, has led the Thunder to six straight wins and has been so good that he's overshadowing guys like Harden and Kevin Durant, who are having MVP-caliber seasons themselves.
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