NBA: LeBron James Mocks Haters After Scoring 3 Straight Triple-doubles

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LeBron James recorded his third-straight triple-double by scoring 30 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists during their match against Chicago Bulls on November 6.

Written By Devika Pawar | Mumbai | Updated On:

LA Lakers’ LeBron James scored his third consecutive triple-double against Chicago Bulls on Wednesday, November 6, and became the first Laker in 32 years to do so. LA Lakers shared the news on Twitter, which 'King' James retweeted with the caption #WashedKing, a shushing face emoji and a crown. The caption was James’ subtle way of mocking everyone who has previously called him a washed king. 

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NBA stats also tweeted about James' triple-double. His triple-doubles total to 90 points, 33 rebounds and 40 assists. Russell Westbrook is the only other player in the last 50 years to have a 90-30-40 score over a span of three games. Westbrook had scored 96 points, 43 rebounds and 40 assists from 15-26 February 2017. He is also the oldest player in NBA history to do so. The previous player was Jason Kidd, who was 34 years and 291 days old. This is also James' third consecutive triple-double for the third time in his NBA career. James is now 34 years and 310 days old. The Lakers defeated bulls 118-112. LeBron James currently has an average of 25.5 points. Last season, he averaged at 27.4 points, 8.5 rebounds and 8.3 assists. 

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