LeBron James became the first player in history to record a triple-double against every National Basketball Association team by logging 25 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in a Los Angeles Lakers win against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
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Still, James doesn't know where this accomplishment ranks with his many others.
The Thunder played a grinder last night against the Los Angeles Clippers, where they lost 90-88 in part thanks to a late replay challenge by head coach Doc Rivers. "I just try to read and react to the ball off the rim, as far as getting rebounds".
Along with the Lakers winning 118-112, James secured his third consecutive triple-double, an achievement not reached by a Lakers player since Magic Johnson 32 years ago. Seven of LeBron's assists came on baskets by Davis.
He has at least 10 assists in six consecutive games, the longest streak of his career.
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"Coach [Frank] Vogel came in here and said congratulations", he said. "For him to be doing what he's doing in his 17th year is just nothing short of remarkable".
After the game, James said he was unaware that the Thunder were the only team left that he had yet to record a triple-double against, per Tania Ganguli of the LA Times. "There's no reason to believe he can't sustain that for the rest of the season and help us make a real strong playoff push". Kidd, who did it against 28 teams, has served as a role model for James' efforts as a tall point guard.
Houston's Russell Westbrook is hard on James' heels with triple-doubles against 29 of the league's 30 teams.
Tuesday night also marked James' fifth triple-double through 14 games, which included a stretch of three straight triple-doubles during a road trip through Dallas, San Antonio and Chicago, according to ESPN.
Heading into Tuesday night's bout with the Oklahoma City Thunder, Davis told reporters that his injured shoulder is feeling better, and he is overall feeling much better. 'They obviously hit some tough shots'.