Not even six full seasons into his NBA career, Draymond Green set a Golden State Warriors record in Thursday night's win over the Houston Rockets.
Green picked up the 21st triple double of his career, the most in the franchise's 72-season existence, according to Warriors PR.
Draymond Green is now the Warriors' franchise leader in triple-doubles with 21 (two this season), passing Tom Gola (20). Green finished with 17 points, 14 rebounds & 10 assists.— Warriors PR (@WarriorsPR) January 5, 2018
The 27-year-old Green is 12 triple doubles away from moving into a tie with Bob Cousy, and Houston Rockets guard James Harden, for 10th all time. He still has a ways to go for the all-time record, sitting 160 shy of Oscar Robertson's all-time mark of 181 triple doubles.
He now has two triple doubles on the season, and two in his last six games. His first came on Christmas Day in a win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.