Devin Booker is one of the most talented young players in the NBA. Drafted by the Phoenix Suns in 2015, Booker has transitioned from a raw talent into a clear franchise star. The third-year star is currently averaging 25.2 points, 4.6 rebounds, 4.8 assists, and is shooting 38 percent from deep. As a matter of fact, Booker is averaging nearly 38 points per game in his last three games. Despite Booker's amazing performances, the Suns haven't been a good team since he was first drafted in 2015. This has not been the fault of Booker, but the Suns are a young team that still has some ways to go to become a viable threat in the tough Western Conference.

On Friday night, a 124-116 loss against the OKC Thunder proved that the Suns franchise still has some catching up to do, especially since the Thunder outscored the Suns 27-17 in the fourth quarter after leading for most of the game. Nonetheless, Booker remained encouraged after his team's losing effort. In fact, Russell Westbrook gave Booker some advice on how to will his team to victory in the future, per Scott Bordow of AZ Central.

Asked Booker about his late-game chat with Westbrook. “He was telling me, ‘Demand greatness out of your team,’” Booker said. “It meant a lot coming from him. He’s somebody I have much respect for.”

Booker can definitely take a page out of Westbrook's book. When Kevin Durant went down in 2015, Westbrook took over and nearly led his team to the postseason. In the years that followed, Westbrook led the Thunder to the postseason last year and captured the league's MVP award after averaging a triple-double. Therefore, Westbrook's advice to Booker is some sound wisdom.