During the Clippers-Raptors game, James Harden created NBA history.

James Harden made NBA history during Friday’s game.

The Los Angeles Clippers and Toronto Raptors squared battle on Friday night in Canada.

The Clippers triumphed 127-107, dominating the game.

In 35 minutes of play, James Harden led the way with 22 points, 10 rebounds, 13 assists, one steal, one block, and a shooting percentage of 8/14 from the field and 2/7 from three.

Having 75 career triple-doubles, he became the eighth player in NBA history to achieve this feat.

The other seven players are Russell Westbrook, Oscar Robertson, Magic Johnson, Nikola Jokic, LeBron James, Jason Kidd and Wilt Chamberlain. 

Via The Los Angeles Clippers: “🚨JAMES HARDEN TRIPLE DOUBLE ALERT🚨 

Tonight was Harden’s 75th career triple-double, 8th most in @NBA History”

In 38 games, Harden is averaging 17.4 points, 4.7 rebounds, 8.6 assists, 1.2 steals, and a 45.9% field goal percentage and 41.9% three-point percentage.

He is in his first season with Los Angeles, where he has contributed to their stellar start to the campaign.

With a 29-14 record through 43 games, the Clippers hold the third seed in the Western Conference.

They are 8-2 over their last ten games and are in the middle of a four-game winning streak. 

Following the Raptors, the Clippers will now head to Massachusetts for a showdown with the Boston Celtics on Saturday. 

Harden was the third pick in the 2009 NBA Draft out of Arizona State. 

Over his 15 seasons, the 2018 MVP has played for the Clippers, Rockets, Thunder, Nets and 76ers. 

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