When you watch the Cavaliers without LeBron James, Golden State without Kevin Durant, or the Clippers without Blake Griffin you see just how hard it is for one star to win games in the NBA in the present day. Kyrie struggles all alone, Curry can't produce the same quality by himself, and CP3 needs weapons besides him.
Now consider the fact that Russell Westbrook has his team at 34-25 in the Western Conference.
When you start to talk about what Westbrook is doing, stats only tell the first half of the story. Not only is he the only thing Oklahoma City has on the offensive end of the court, but he is actually winning games in the process. It's incredible.
Dan Beyer explains why Westbrook might be underrated after all. You can hear Beyer and Knox every weekday from 3-6 pm est. on Fox Sports Radio.