Lebron Becomes First Player To Record Triple-Double Against Every NBA Team

Last night Lebron James did his thing as usual in an Western Conference game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Oklahoma City Thunder.

The 16 year seasoned vet dropped a calm 25 points, 11 rebounds, and 10 assists in a 112-107 Laker win. The game put Oklahoma City (5-9) at #11 in the Western Conference rankings, and the Lakers (12-2) secure the #1 spot. His performance crowns King James as the first player in league history to record a triple-double against every single NBA team. Despite the fact that Bron broke a very significant record, he also had seven turnovers last night which puts him first on the all-time list of combined post-season and regular season turnovers (originally held by Moses Malone). However, no matter where he places on the list he'll still go down as one of the greatest ever. This goes to show; without taking risks you'll never reach greatness.

Lebron also shared a heartfelt moment he had with his mother with his Instagram after breaking the historic record.

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