Russell Westbrook breaks Oscar Robertson’s three-doubles record

Russell Westbrook Monday made history with 8:30 remaining in the fourth quarter against the Atlanta Hawks. Stellar Point Guard broke his famous record of 182nd triple-double. Oscar Robertson.

Westbrook, who finished 125-124 with 28 points, 21 assists and 13 rebounds, became the first player since Robertson to set the record since 1961-62.

He added 33 points, 19 rebounds and 15 assists with Robertson on Saturday, beating the Indiana fast bowlers.

The Wizards Point Guard now has three games in 36 triple-doubles matches this season. He already holds the record for most triple-doubles in a season with 42 in 2016-17.

Despite starting the fighting season with injuries and then enduring the COVID-19 eruption on the Wizards team, Westbrook has made his first season in Washington a historic highlight.

On March 24, 1974, Robertson recorded a three-double number 181, which was recorded on Monday.

The last all-time NBA record was broken when Ray Allen left Reggie Miller In the all-time triple list in 2011.

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