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"A living History" Westbrook makes NBA history with 42nd triple-double

"I am a living history"
Oklahoma City thunderer Russell Westbrook is delighted to finish the 42nd Triple Double in the NBA history at Denver Nuggets 2016-2017 NBA away game at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado. (AP)

(NBA) Oklahoma City's Thunder's Russell Westbrook made the most triple-double record in a season.

Westbrook had 50 points and 16 rebounds and 10 assists in the 2016-2017 NBA away game against the Denver Nuggets at Denver Pepsi Center in Colorado on April 10.

He surpassed the best season record (41) of the 1961-1962 season by Oscar Robertson (then Cincinnati).

Westbrook had 23 points, 12 rebounds and 6 assists in the second quarter.

Westbrook, who had four assists in the rookie record, finished writing history with his team assistant, Three Maj. Kriston, with 10th assist, leaving 4:17 of the quarter.

Westbrook was fourth in the triple double, surpassing Wilt Chamberlain (78).

Oscar Robertson (181), Magic Johnson (138) and Jason Kidd (107) are the only NBA players to score more triple-double than Westbrook.

Westbrook has already achieved a variety of league records for the Triple Doubles, including a second consecutive NBA triple double.

He led the team victory with a dramatic buzzer.

He received a pass from his teammate Stephen Adams just before the end of the game 103-105 and threw a three-point shot near the center line.

The ball passed through the rim like a drama, and Westbrook roared.

Denver, ninth-place Western Conference, was frustrated with the playoffs.

Denver gave the victory to the opponent in the room, and he suffered a bitter failure by failing to advance to the PO with a buzzer.

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