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Russell Westbrook bought Thunder In-N-Out Burger after win over Kings

Feb 29, 2016; Sacramento, CA, USA; Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook (0) pushes the ball up the court against Sacramento Kings guard Rajon Rondo (9) during the first quarter at Sleep Train Arena. Mandatory Credit: Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports

Feb 29, 2016; Sacramento, CA, USA; Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook (0) pushes the ball up the court against Sacramento Kings guard Rajon Rondo (9) during the first quarter at Sleep Train Arena. Mandatory Credit: Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports

Russell Westbrook is a good dude.

Insofar as treating your entire NBA team to grub from a notorious fast-food joint makes you a good dude.

The Oklahoma City Thunder were feeling rowdy after their 131-116 victory over the Sacramento Kings on Monday. And why wouldn’t they? They had just racked up another impressive win and put a little distance between themselves and their overtime letdown against the Golden State Warriors on Saturday night.

Westbrook in particular was feeling pretty good after notching his ninth triple-double of the season—so much so that he apparently satisfied the late-night munchie cravings for his entire team:

There’s a triple-double joke to be made somewhere in here, but I’m going to avoid cliches and bad burger buns (sorry) starting right now. The bill is a more pressing topic of conversation anyway.

After perusing In-N-Out’s menu, since I’ve never been there myself because the East Coast is stupid, here’s what I imagine the Thunder players ordering:

Kevin Durant: Protein-style double-double burger (wrapped in lettuce instead of bun)
Serge Ibaka: Strawberry milkshake, chocolate milkshake, vanilla milkshake
Russell Westbrook: 3 x 3, no onions (three burgers)
Dion Waiters: Between 12 and 17 orders of fries
Cameron Payne: Two orders of what Westbrook had
Enes Kanter: Two dozen 4 x 4 burgers, extra cheese
Kyle Singler: Large root beer cut with lemonade
Steven Adams: Animal-style mustard-cooked beef patty, extra mustard, extra beef
Randy Foye: Burger bun, no burger, with heavy mayo and 16 slices of cheese
Nick Collison: Whatever KD had
Andre Roberson: Six grilled cheese sandwiches doused with Dr. Pepper in order to achieve that soggy cherry taste
Billy Donovan: Double-double burger, hold the burger
Anthony Morrow: Did not eat, coach’s decision

Sounds about right, yes?