Box score has Westbrook at 43 shots, plus 18 free throws.
I only got to see the 4th, and at least for that I'd have to grade IE on the idea his teammates can't score. He's a battler, but I honestly don't see that his teammates have much of a chance to get any kind of feel with him on the floor. Maybe do a Larry Brown Chucker Special where the entire offence is built around the assumption he's shooting and you're gonna try and get offensive boards or second chances, build your roster on that plus D like with Iverson? I doubt you're gonna get RW to dial it back any time soon, and he's clearly your best player, so...?
The play that jumped out at me was that huge no call on the over and backs it's like 2-3 mins left. It wasn't remotely close...took two steps to get back into the front court...and there was zero chance any Rocket had touched it, so either the refs were inexplicably ignoring the ball or they forgot it was a rule. Can't possibly be a 'judgment' call as there was nothing whatever to judge. That could have been a huge moment, but fortunately for Houston it was irrelevant in the end. But it stands out more because there is literally no argument for the non-call that I can think of.