Luka Doncic's month-long consistency has earned him a spot in the record books.
The Dallas Mavericks' rising star averaged a 30-point triple-double throughout November, capping the month with a 42-point showing against the Phoenix Suns on Friday. He joins Russell Westbrook and Oscar Robertson as the only players to accomplish that feat over a calendar month, according to ESPN Stats and Info.
Robertson did it eight times over his 14-year career, while Westbrook has done it twice in 12 seasons.
Doncic didn't even need a triple-double on Friday to secure the achievement. He recorded 11 assists against the Suns but fell one rebound short of the mark, yet the 20-year-old still finished with 32.4 points, 10.3 rebounds, and 10.4 assists per game in November.
The exclusive company he's joined could indicate a historic season is coming from Doncic, as Robertson and Westbrook are the only players in NBA history to average a triple-double throughout an entire campaign.
Robertson was the first to do it when he recorded averages of 30.8 points, 12.5 rebounds, and 11.4 assists during the 1961-62 season. The feat wouldn't be replicated for another 55 years when Westbrook managed it in 2016-17, helping him earn MVP honors. He also averaged triple-doubles for the next two seasons.