Russell Westbrook put himself in some rarefied air Saturday night.
In reaching a triple-double in the third quarter against the Chicago Bulls, he has now recorded the feat against all 29 NBA teams he has played, making him the first player in league history to do so.
His own franchise, the Oklahoma City Thunder, remains the only team not to be victimized.
Westbrook, who became the first player in 55 years to average a triple-double over the course of a full campaign in 2016-17, has three triple-doubles in six games this season. Saturday marked the 82nd of his career, still 25 behind Jason Kidd for third all time.