Coming into tonight's game against the Philadelphia 76ers, Russell Westbrook held career totals of 19,586 points, 7,110 assists and 5,999 rebounds.
When Ben Simmons missed on a floater on the first possession of the game, Westbrook was there to clean up the rebound, allowing him to join an exclusive statistical club.
With 19,000+ points, 6,000+ rebounds and 7,000+ assists, Westbrook joins LeBron James and Oscar Robertson as the only players to reach those marks in all three categories.
Congrats to @russwest44 of the @HoustonRockets on becoming the 3rd player in @NBAHistory with 19,000 PTS, 6,000 REB and 7,000 AST.@budweiserusa | #LegendaryMoments pic.twitter.com/6665gzNu2I- NBA (@NBA) January 4, 2020
During the second quarter, Westbrook also passed Clifford Robinson to move into the 52nd spot on the all-time scoring list.
He is 16th on the all-time assists leaderboard and 184th in rebounding at the time of writing.
The 31-year-old holds career averages of 24.2 points, 8.0 rebounds and 7.1 assists per game, and has averaged a triple-double in each of the past three regular seasons.