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Russell Westbrook joins LeBron James and Oscar Robertson in elite statistical category

Coming into tonight's game against the Philadelphia 76ers, Russell Westbrook held career totals of 19,586 points, 7,110 assists and 5,999 rebounds.

When Ben Simmons missed on a floater on the first possession of the game, Westbrook was there to clean up the rebound, allowing him to join an exclusive statistical club.

With 19,000+ points, 6,000+ rebounds and 7,000+ assists, Westbrook joins LeBron James and Oscar Robertson as the only players to reach those marks in all three categories.

During the second quarter, Westbrook also passed Clifford Robinson to move into the 52nd spot on the all-time scoring list.

He is 16th on the all-time assists leaderboard and 184th in rebounding at the time of writing.

The 31-year-old holds career averages of 24.2 points, 8.0 rebounds and 7.1 assists per game, and has averaged a triple-double in each of the past three regular seasons.

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