The Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James went down in history once again, now becoming the oldest NBA player to record three straight triple-doubles. 

On Wednesday, James produced 30 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds to contribute Lakers’ away win over Chicago Bulls 118-112 at United Center. 

“James is the oldest player in NBA History to record 3-straight TRIPLE-DOUBLES (34 years, 310 days old)!,” NBA said on Twitter on Wednesday.

“Previous was Jason Kidd [a 2011 NBA champion and considered as great point guards in history] (Jan. 4, 2008 / 34 years, 291 days old),” it added.

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