Russell Westbrook makes history as his Oklahoma City Thunder hand the Milwaukee Bucks their worst defeat of the season, 110-79 on Tuesday night in Oklahoma’s capital. Westbrook needed only 27 minutes to amass 12 points, 13 rebounds, and 13 assists for his 41st triple double of the year, tying Oscar Robertson’s 41 triples in the 1961-’62 campaign. Bucks’ coach Jason Kidd says Westbrook controlled the game by rebounding and passing — and he did not have to score 40 to help the Thunder win, like he did on Sunday. The Bucks shot a season low 36-percent, and Michael Beasley led the team with 14 points off the bench. Despite the loss, Milwaukee remains fifth in the Eastern Conference playoff standings, one half game ahead of Atlanta with four to play. The Bucks’ next game is tomorrow (Thursday) night at Indiana.