Draymond Green writes NBA history with a triple double against the Grizzlies
Basketball player Draymond Green of Golden State Warriors in the night from Friday to Saturday in the duel with Memphis Grizzlies (107-122 win) NBA-history is written.
The 26-year-old Green business in Memphis as the first NBA player ever to a so-called “triple-double” without the double figures with his total.
The forward of the Warriors came out on twelve rebounds, ten assists, ten steals and four points. A basketball player achieves a triple-double as he in three statistical categories in the double digits achieved.
Green is only the second NBA player who is at least ten rebounds, ten assists and ten steals in a single game record. Alvin Robertson was the first in 1986. He came on behalf of the San Antonio Spurs to a ‘quadruple-double’, because he was good for twenty points.
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Time of placing
05:32 – February 11, 2017
“I didn’t know that I was so close to a triple-double was,” said Green afterwards. “I just tried such a large potential impact on the competition. But this is definitely something I can appreciate. It is incredible to be the only person who accomplished something.”
Warriors coach Steve Kerr called the game of his player “the most dominant performance I have ever seen from someone who is only four points made”.
The Warriors were helped by Green the 45th win of the season in the NBA. Klay Thompson was the topschutter in Memphis with 36 points. Kevin Durant contributed 24 points and Stephen Curry scored 18 points.
The Warriors enter the Western Conference. San Antonio Spurs is second. The Texas team won 103-92 Detroit Pistons. Kawhi Leonard was the topschutter at the Spurs with 32 points.
We think Draymond Green just had the best 4-point game of all time.
Time of placing
03:44 – February 11, 2017