Russell Westbrook became the fourth player in NBA history to log 100 career triple-doubles Tuesday night against the Atlanta Hawks.
Westbrook finished with a line of 32 points, 12 rebounds, and 12 assists in a 119-107 OKC win. He joins Oscar Robertson, Magic Johnson, and Jason Kidd in the century club.
While Westbrook has a ways to go to surpass Robertson's all-time record, it's theoretically possible he could tie or pass Kidd this season, with 12 games left. What's noteworthy, however, is that the 29-year-old Westbrook has almost as many triple-doubles as Kidd did in just over half as many career games.