Los Angeles, Aug 19: LeBron James passed Kobe Bryant for outright third-most triple-doubles in the history of the Los Angeles Lakers.
James posted his 22nd triple-double for the Lakers during Tuesday's 100-93 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers in Game 1 of the Western Conference first-round series.
The three-time NBA champion moved above the late Bryant (21) and is now behind only Magic Johnson (138) and Elgin Baylor (24) in Lakers history.
The triple-double (23 points, 17 rebounds and a postseason-high 16 assists) was the 24th of James' playoff career.
24th career playoff triple-double for No. 23. pic.twitter.com/gwNwpemuWO— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) August 19, 2020