Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook joined a growing fraternity Friday night.

Westbrook scored 28 points during the Thunder's 101-87 victory over the Jazz at EnergySolutions Arena.

Westbrook became the ninth opposing point guard in 25 games this season — and the third in a row — to lead his team in scoring against Utah.

On Monday, rookie Jeremy Lin scored 28 points in New York's 99-88 victory.

On Tuesday, Darren Collison finished with 25 during Indiana's 104-88 win.

In this game, Westbrook scored 15 points in the first half as the Thunder handed the Jazz their third straight defeat.

Lin, Collison and Westbrook made 30 of their 51 shots against the Utah defense.

"I think, right now, it's a case of who we're playing," coach Tyrone Corbin said. "The kid in New York got hot on us, but he's hot on everybody right now. It's been an incredible run for him."