Draymond Green Just Got The NBA’s First-Ever Triple-Double With Less Than 10 Points
Draymond Green made NBA history on Friday -- the first player ever to record a triple-double without using the scoring column. Yep, he had 4 points, 12 rebounds, 10 assists, 10 steals and 5 blocks.
Whoa, 10 steals? That's a Warriors' franchise record (Rick Barry, Michael Ray Richardson 9 each), and one off of the NBA record.
His secret? He was seeing double. Green lost a contact lens in the first half and had to be taken out to replace it (via CSN-Bay Area).
"I was hoping that no one would pass me the ball for a shot," Green said. "Thank God no one did."
The Warriors got their first win over the Grizzlies this season in three tries, 122-107.
— NBA (@NBA) February 11, 2017
So to recap, Friday night featured a full moon, a lunar eclipse, a comet, and a triple-double with only 4 points.
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