The Los Angeles Lakers lost to a previously winless Oklahoma City Thunder team on Wednesday in what was truly an embarrassing performance from LA. Russell Westbrook, who received a warm welcome from the home crowd, logged a mind-boggling 20-point, 14-rebound, 10-assist, and 10-turnover quadruple-double on the evening. Naturally, Russ had to be the scapegoat in the Lakers' ugly defeat.

It wasn't all bad for Westbrook on the evening, though. As a matter of fact, the former league MVP joined Lakers teammate LeBron James (who sat out the game due to an ankle problem) in a historic career achievement on Wednesday (h/t NBA History on Twitter):

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The great Oscar Robertson, Jason Kidd, LeBron James, and now, Russell Westbrook. This is the four-man list in the entire history of the NBA to have ever reached the 7,000-mark for both points and rebounds. It's worth noting that all four players that have achieved this career milestone are all point guards. Needless to say, these are undeniably four of the best rebounding guards you'll ever see.

Be that as it may, it isn't likely that Westbrook will be celebrating this milestone. The Lakers were humiliated by the Thunder on Wednesday, and Russ himself was clearly incensed by how the game turned out — especially considering how LA was up 26-point lead at one point in the ballgame only to lose 123-115.

Times are pretty rough in Hollywood right now.