Nets star James Harden scored his 60th career triple-double against the Pistons on Saturday (PHT).
James Harden earned his 60th career triple-double in the Brooklyn Nets’ 96-90 victory against the Detroit Pistons on Saturday (PHT), passing Larry Bird for seventh-most of all-time.
Harden scored 13 points, dished out 10 assists and grabbed 10 rebounds for his second triple-double of the season. He became the fifth player in NBA history with a triple-double and no 2-point baskets, joining Jason Kidd, Delon Wright, Steve Blake and Kirk Hinrich.
In Saturday’s win, not only did Harden surpass Bird but he also moved into 32nd on the all-time scoring list, passing Hall of Famer Clyde Drexler.
The Nets star recorded his first triple-double of the season, also against the Pistons, just six days ago as Brooklyn took down Detroit 117-91.