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Watch LeBron tie Jason Kidd for fourth all-time in triple-doubles

It feels like every time LeBron James steps on the court, he sets a record or ties some other famous person on an all-time list.

Sunday night that was Hall of Famer Jason Kidd. LeBron’s 18 point, 11 assist, 10 rebound triple-double gave him 107 of those for his career, tying him for fourth all-time with Kidd.

In case you’re curious, the top three on that list are Russell Westbrook (198), Oscar Robertson (181) and Magic Johnson (138).

The Lakers beat the hapless Rockets Sunday to make it wins in 6-of-7 and 10-of-14 as they have pushed themselves into the tight bunch in the West between seeds 5-8.

“We just want to put ourselves in the position to compete for a championship,” James said after the win in Houston. “It’s a journey and obviously we don’t have as much chemistry as a lot of other teams that have aspirations to win a championship, but we’ve been building over the last month or so.

“These last four games are very important for our team, not only wins and losses but also the chemistry side as well. We must continue building what we’ve been building over the last month or so. We’ll see what happens.”

The biggest of those four games is Wednesday night against the Clippers. That battle of L.A. may well determine which team gets a top-six seed.