Westbrook exited Monday's game in the 3rd quarter after rolling his ankle.

By Michael Shapiro
November 05, 2018

Russell Westbrook exited the Thunder's matchup with the Pelicans in the third quarter on Monday, helped off the floor after rolling his left ankle. He was diagnosed with a "left ankle sprain" per ESPN's Royce Young, and didn't return for the rest of the game. 

Westbrook fell to the hardwood after landing on Anthony Davis's foot while attempting to grab a rebound. He left the game with Oklahoma City holding an 84-77 lead in the third quarter. Westbrook's X-rays postgame were negative per Young.

Watch Westbrook's awkward landing below:

The 2016-17 MVP leads the Thunder in points and assists this season, ranking second in rebounds per game. The Thunder held on for the 122-116 win and are now 5-4 on the season. 

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