Green becomes 1st player to record non-points triple-double, sets Dubs steals record
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Draymond Green's versatility is often evident in his box scores. That was the case Friday in the Golden State Warriors' rout of the Memphis Grizzlies, where Green recorded a triple-double while only scoring four points.

Surprisingly, it's the first time in NBA history that a player has recorded a triple-double without points being one of the "double," according to Elias Sports.

The two-time All-Star also set a Warriors single-game franchise record with 10 steals - adding 12 rebounds and 10 assists. While Green only scored four points, he had five blocks - meaning he came up only one point shy of an elusive NBA 5x5, something he accomplished in 2015.

The NBA record for steals in a game is 11.

According to ESPN and Elias, Green is only the second player in NBA history to have at least 10 boards, 10 dimes, and 10 steals in a game.

Golden State is now 18-0 all time in the regular season when Green tallies a triple-double.

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