Westbrook totaled 27 points, 15 rebounds and 13 assists Wednesday, but he also was harassed into 8-of-23 shooting and 10 turnovers in another blowout loss to former running mate Kevin Durant and the Warriors.
Analysis: It was Westbrook's fourth triple-double in five games and league-leading 21st of the season but also his fourth game with double-digit turnovers. He was 1 of 6 from 3-point range and is 9 of 42 (21.4 percent) in his last six games. Westbrook also struggled in the first meeting with the Warriors, shooting 4 of 15 and scoring 20 points, and faces them again Feb. 11.
Durant terrorized his former team again Wednesday, pouring in a season-high 40 points in a 121-100 victory over the Thunder. He shot 13 of 16 with five 3-pointers, grabbed 12 rebounds and blocked three shots.
Analysis: Durant scored 39 in the first head-to-head meeting in November, and Golden State won that one by 26. He next faces Oklahoma City on Feb. 11. Durant has been extremely efficient in his last three games, shooting 68.1 percent from the floor and going 11 of 19 on 3-point tries with an 18-to-6 assist-turnover ratio.
Curry had another fairly pedestrian game Wednesday with 24 points on 9-of-19 shooting, though he did have eight assists and three steals in a blowout of the Thunder.
Analysis: The two-time reigning MVP has failed to top his season average of 24.6 points in four consecutive games. However, at least he's stepped up in other areas with 8.5 assists and 3.3 steals per game in that span.
Cousins had his first triple-double of the season Wednesday with 25 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists.
Analysis: It was Cousins' fifth career triple-double, but maybe it could have been even better. The Kings were shook by a scary injury to Rudy Gay in the third quarter, and Cousins scored only six points in the second half while missing all nine of his shots from the field and committing six turnovers. He had nine turnovers overall, his third straight game with at least six.
George had 24 points Wednesday, hitting 8 of 15 from the field in a win over the Kings.
Analysis: The Pacers' leading scorer had been held under 20 points in each of the previous three games while shooting 33.3 percent from the floor. The 42 minutes he played Wednesday was his most since the season opener.
Teague had 22 points, hitting 5 of 6 from the field and all 11 of his free throws, to go with 11 assists and seven rebounds Wednesday.
Analysis: Teague has come close to notching his first career triple-double three times in the past five games, finishing three or fewer rebounds shy. During that five-game span, he has averaged 18.4 points, 10.6 assists and 5.8 boards while shooting 69.8 percent from the floor.
Jefferson had a season-high 20 points on 9-of-12 shooting Wednesday.
Analysis: Jefferson showed a glimpse of the player who had been among the league's top centers a few years back. Wednesday's performance, though, came in just 17 minutes. That's a typical amount of court time for the veteran, so unless that soon increases, he isn't a viable fantasy option.
Gallinari won't play Thursday against the Spurs due to a sprained right ankle.
Analysis: Gallinari had originally been listed as probable, a regular occurrence recently due to the nagging problem. He had been playing through it, not missing a game since late November. However, his production has dipped a bit, not scoring more than 15 points in four of his past five games.
Gasol is out indefinitely due to a fractured finger. The Spurs said Gasol suffered the injury while warming up for Thursday's game against Denver. X-rays showed a fracture of his left fourth metacarpal.
Analysis: Gasol is averaging 11.7 points and a team-high 7.9 rebounds in his first season in San Antonio.
A game after scoring a career-high 30, Jokic had 29 points and 15 rebounds in Tuesday's 127-121 win over the Lakers.
Analysis: Jokic is establishing himself as a fantasy stud, averaging 22.7 points, 10.1 rebounds and 5.2 assists while shooting 61.4 percent in his last nine games. The Nuggets visit San Antonio on Thursday, and Jokic had 19 points, 11 rebounds and five assists against the Spurs on Jan. 5.
Noah will miss a second straight game Thursday after an MRI revealed he has a sprained left ankle.
Analysis: Though he had been healthy for the past six weeks, this injury is a big concern because he's already missed time this season due to a sprain to the same ankle and has long battled leg problems.