Russell Westbrook is tired of hearing about his triple-doubles.
The star Oklahoma City Thunder point guard became agitated when asked about the feat after failing to record a triple-double for the third straight game in Wednesday night's 109-89 loss at the Utah Jazz.
"Honestly, man, people and this triple-double thing is kind of getting on my nerves," Westbrook said, via ESPN.com. "People think if I don't get it, it's like a big thing. When I do get it, it's a thing. If y'all just let me play. ... If I get it, I get it. If I don't, I don't. It is what it is. I really don't care. For the 100th time, I don't care."
Westbrook has recorded 12 triple-doubles in 26 games and is averaging 30.5 points, 10.5 rebounds and 10.6 assists, putting him on pace to join Oscar Robertson as the only players to average triple-doubles for a whole season.
The MVP candidate and five-time All-Star matched Robertson, Michael Jordan and Wilt Chamberlain with a streak of seven straight triple-doubles before snapping that stretch in a 99-96 win over the Boston Celtics last Sunday.
Westbrook totaled 27 points, six rebounds and five assists while going 7-for-25 from the field against the Jazz.
"All I care about is winning, man, honestly," Westbrook said. "All the numbers (expletive) don't mean nothing to me."
Oklahoma City (15-11) is 9-3 when Westbrook notches a triple-double and 6-8 when he doesn't.