Your Must-See 3: Bouncing Back

Tuesday night’s NBA action featured the Wizards bouncing back from the second-largest losing margin in franchise history, a 116-69 loss against the Jazz on Monday. Russell Westbrook was all over the court in the Thunder’s crackling win and the Raptors improved their NBA-best home record. Check out who the big players are in today’s Must-See 3.

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1. Beal showcases career night

After a tough 47-point loss, Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal shakes it off and leads Washington to a recovery win — scoring a career-high 51 points in a 106-92 victory over the Trail Blazers.

2. Russell “Triple-Double” Westbrook

Nothing is as consistent as Russell Westbrook’s marvelous trifecta. Oklahoma City’s point guard records his seventh triple-double of the season, scoring 31 points with 13 rebounds and 14 assists, as the squad snaps Utah’s six-game win streak.

3. Home sweet home

Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan lead the Raptors to an NBA-best 9-1 home record in Toronto, scoring 20 points each. Toronto wins its fourth straight and seventh in a row at home on the 126-113 victory over the Suns.