LeBron James has completed a lot of record-breaking feats over the course of his career. On Tuesday night, he added another one to his resume.
In the midst of a 112-107 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder, James recorded 25 points, 11 rebounds, and 10 assists -- marking his first triple-double against the Thunder. With those numbers, Bron is now the first and only player to have recorded a triple-double against every NBA team.
He almost achieved that feat against the Seattle SuperSonics back in 2004, when he finished one rebound and one assist shy of a triple-double.
Today, he has finally surpassed that milestone, and it's in the midst of one of his best seasons as a pro. The Lakers are soaring with the best record in the NBA, and Bron's performance so far this season is a huge part of that success. He's averaging a career-high 11.1 assists per game with 25 points and 7.9 rebounds.
But at nearly 35-years-old, one has to wonder when he will begin to slow down. For James, he no doubt plans to push back Father Time even further, at least until he puts another ring on that finger.