Friday 23 March 2018 / 07:59 PM


It’s the streak everyone in NBA has been watching.

Tonight, Russell Westbrook finally made history.

Brodie passed Oscar Robertson for the most triple-doubles in single season with 42.

To put that in some insane perspective, that means that Westbrook has scored a triple-double more often this season than he hasn’t.

That’s good for an average of a triple-double on the season, and it’s only the second time in NBA history that a player has posted that average for an entire year.

The year of the Brodie will continue with a first round playoff matchup with fellow MVP candidate James Harden, where Westbrook will again try and make history.

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