He really did it.

In the fourth quarter of Thunder-Nuggets, Russell Westbrook dished out his 10th assist, giving him triple-double No. 42. That is the most triple-doubles ever registered in a single season. Here’s the historic dime:

Oscar Robertson, who endorsed Russ for MVP, previously held the record. It was set back in 1961-62.

Westbrook went on to hit a RIDICULOUS game-winner, finishing with 50 points, 16 rebounds, and 10 assists. Peep the full highlights from the game above.

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