Reigning Kia MVP Russell Westbrook made history in Tuesday’s 119-107 victory over the Hawks, becoming the fourth player in NBA annals to amass 100 career triple-doubles.
The Thunder star piled up 32 points, 12 rebounds and 12 assists to lead his team back from a 12-point halftime deficit. It continued his recent triple-double surge, in which he’s piled up 81 — including a record 42 in 2016-17 — over the past three seasons.
He now sits just seven behind Jason Kidd for third on the career list.
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