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Sights and sounds from Russell Westbrook's return to Oklahoma City

Russell Westbrook spent the first eleven seasons of his NBA career with the Oklahoma City Thunder, carving out a Hall-of-Fame resume in the process.

An MVP, eight All-NBA selections, two scoring titles and eight All-Star selections are just a few of the accolades Westbrook claimed in his time with the Thunder.

Today, he returned to Chesapeake Energy Arena for the first time as a visitor, as his new squad, the Houston Rockets came to town.

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Westbrook was at his aggressive best on offence, but ultimately the Rockets went down 113-92, in a game that was never really close.

We have all the sights, sounds and reactions from an emotional night in Oklahoma City.

"No regrets"

A tribute to the Thunder

A tribute from the Thunder

As with all returns, a tribute video was sure to come.

The Thunder played this emotion charged video before Westbrook was announced in the starting line up.

Russ gets introduced

As expected, it was a rousing ovation from the home crowd when Westbrook was announced

A strong return

Houston may have been blown out on the scoreboard, though it was no fault of Westbrook's, who finished with 34 points on 14-for-26 shooting.

The Oklahoma City crowd gave Westbrook one last salute as he left the floor.

Sounding off on a big night

Russ has nothing but love and respect for the franchise and city he called home for over a decade.

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