LeBron James has become the first basketball player in the history to score a triple-double against all 30 NBA sides.
The LA Lakers star posted 25 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists to complete the unique feat in his side’s 112-107 win over Oklahoma City Thunder.
“I really don't know what to think about it." James said afterwards. "I think it's a pretty cool stat to know, and I'm glad it happened in a win.”
James and Houston Rockets’ Russell Westbrook had been level on 29 but the Lakers man managed to reach the milestone ahead of his rival who also needs to score against the Thunder to achieve the feat.
The latest triple-double is James 86th in his career, leaving him fifth on the all-time list behind Jason Kidd, Magic Johnson, Westbrook and Oscar Robertson.
LA’s victory over Oklahoma keeps them top of the Western Conference with a 12-2 record so far this season.
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