Russell Westbrook now owns another ridiculous triple-double record

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Westbrook now owns another crazy triple-double record originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

Russell Westbrook is 10 triple-doubles away from becoming the NBA's all-time leader, and in his chase of Oscar Robertson, the 32-year-old continues to pick up some eye-popping records along the way. 

Monday night against the Thunder, Westbrook recorded his 12th triple-double in his last 14 games, giving him a career total of 172. But the sheer volume isn't what made NBA history on this given day, it was the fact that it was his second triple-double against Oklahoma City. 

Westbrook has now had multiple triple-doubles against all 30 teams in the NBA. No other player in league history has done that. 

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The Wizards have certainly been better off during Westbrook's recent hot streak stuffing the stat sheet. They've now won seven of their last eight games and Westbrook's only non-triple-double was a 36-point, 15-rebound and nine-assist showing against the Pelicans last week. 

Washington's latest hot streak has them on the brink of a spot in the Eastern Conference play-in tournament. They're tied for 10th in the East with the Bulls and remain a half-game up on the 12th-seeded Raptors.