LeBron James Becomes First NBA Player To Score Triple-Double Against Every Team
LeBron James has broken records left and right in his illustrious career, and on Tuesday, he has made history once again. With another amazing game, James scored 25 points, 11 rebounds and 12 assists leading the Los Angeles Lakers to another important win against the Oklahoma City Thunder with a final score of 112-107.
Believe it or not, this is his fifth triple-double this season. The Thunder were the last team on his list before he could set the record. Now, James is the first player in the history of the NBA to score a triple-double against every single team in the league. Further proving the theory that James is the most complete player to have ever played the game. It’s hard for him to be considered the best of all time when Michael Jordan has six NBA titles won, and James has three. Nevertheless, James is breaking records that Jordan never broke.
The lack of activity that James had last season due to his injury is showing that he is refreshed this season. James is playing as if he is rejuvenated and ready to have another go at the title. James will always be compared to Jordan and most people will argue that James is inferior, but you cannot argue that everywhere he has played he has won. The truth is they are different players. This triple-double record is an achievement Jordan could have never grasped, he simply never had that defensive ability to grab rebounds like James has.