The Houston Rockets beat the Atlanta Hawks 122-115 in Wednesday’s game in Atlanta as the NBA saw a new “triple-double” record.

Rockets superstar shooting guard James Harden scored 41 points against the Hawks. The 30-year-old also produced 10 assists and took 10 rebounds to record a triple-double for the Western Conference franchise.

Meanwhile, the Hawks’ Trae Young, 21, clocked up 42 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists.

Harden and Young were the first opposing NBA duo who made over 40 points triple-doubles in the same game.

The Rockets’ All-Star guard, Harden’s season is going spectacularly, averaging 38.4 points per

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