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Westbrook's second half vs. Knicks was historic, in a bad way originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington
The second half of the Wizards' 106-102 loss to the Knicks Thursday night was definitely one to forget, especially for Russell Westbrook.
Washington's point guard went 0-for-8 from the floor in the game's final two frames while committing six personal fouls over that span.
Per ESPN Stats and Info, it was the first time in the last 25 seasons a player had that kind of stat line in any half.
Russell Westbrook went 0-8 from the floor and had 6 fouls in the 2nd half tonight.
He is the first player across the past 25 seasons to go 0-8 or worse from the floor and have 6 personal fouls in any half. pic.twitter.com/mgP33JK5FH
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) March 26, 2021
Westbrook wasn't the only Wizard who struggled to close out this game, as Washington blew a 17-point lead in the second half to suffer their eighth loss in their last nine games.
At 15-28, the Wizards sit at 13th in the Eastern Conference and remain four games behind the Bulls for the 10th seed in the Eastern Conference. They'll return home to host the Pistons Saturday as they look to get back on track before it's too late.
Tune in to NBC Sports Washington at 7 p.m. on Saturday for full coverage of the Wizards' next game against the Detroit Pistons