LeBron James Becomes First Player to Print a Triple-Double to the Entire NBA Team

LA Lakers’ employer, LeBron James, again carved a glorious achievement on the NBA stage. Now, he made a new history by becoming the first player to score a triple-double to the entire NBA team.

James carved that history when dealing with the Oklahoma City Thunder at the Staples Center on Wednesday (11/20/2019) early morning hrs. The 30-year-old power forward can make a major contribution to the Lakers’ victory against his visitors with a score of 112-107.

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In that match, James can record a triple-double again by packing 25 points, 11 rebounds, and 10 assists. This record makes James recorded has managed to score a triple-double to every team in the NBA.

This slick achievement was welcomed by James. He himself admitted actually did not realize the sweet notes that had been successfully carved during his career in the NBA world. He only found out after the coach congratulated him.

I really don’t know what to say about that. I just think it’s a pretty cool status to know, and I’m glad it happened in victory, “James said, as quoted by the NBA’s official website, Wednesday (11/20/2019).

I really don’t know. Coach (Frank) Vogel came and congratulated me. I think he was joking about something else. But he said that I became the first player in NBA history to score a triple-double against 30 teams, doing so to every team, then, I was like, “OK, that’s really cool. ( Source )

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