It seems like LeBron James breaks records every night, and Saturday night was just another example of that.
Going into Saturday night’s game with the Orlando Magic, James already had eight triple-doubles on the season, tying his career-high. But another impressive stat for the four-time MVP was his streak of six straight games with 10 or more rebounds, tying yet another career-high for James.
At 32 years old James collected his career-best ninth triple-double of the season while grabbing 12 rebounds giving him another career-mark of seven straight games with 10 or more rebounds. This was also a back-to-back triple-double for James after his 29 points, 13 rebounds, 10 assist performance on Thursday night against the Detroit Pistons.
What is it about the 2016-17 season that has James putting up numbers unlike we’ve ever seen from him? James is just happy he can do what he is doing while being efficient.
LeBron has been next-level recently with his triple-double game.