Producing a triple-double is a feat in it’s own right, but three in a row?!? That’s something only legends of this league have done before and Green put himself in that category last night.
Draymond Green finished with 13 points 15 rebounds and 10 assists in a 111-101 win vs. the Charlotte Hornets. He now joins Russell Westbrook and Michael Jordan as the only players to record a triple-double in 3 or more games in a row. Westbrook, as we all remember, did it last season as he recorded four in a row. Jordan did it seven (!!) times in a row during the 1988-1989 season.
With his eighth triple-double in yellow and blue, he now ties Wilt Chamberlain for fourth all-time in Warriors history.
Games like this are what make the Warriors so great because they can capitalize on Green sharing the basketball. They were 10-18 for 25 points on all of Green’s passes last night.