Jokic scored his 78th triple-double, forcing Chamberlain at most one midfield goal

Dominating MVP in a row Nikola Jokic achieved another historic feat Saturday against the Oklahoma City Thunder.

The Denver Nuggets the star scored a triple-double, his career number 78 in the third quarter, beating legendary bigwigs and Famer Wilt Chamberlain’s Basketball Arena by a center.

Jokic is sixth on the all-time three-man list. Russell Westbrook still owns the top spot with 194, followed by Oscar Robertson (181), Magic Johnson (138), Jason Kidd (107), and future movie actor LeBron James (105).

Jokic got his second brace in days after finishing with 26 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists in the Nuggets’ 128-123 win over the Golden State Warriors on Thursday.

Join the Friday Night Competition with Thunder, Jokic averaged 26.5 points, eight rebounds, eight assists and 1.5 steals through two games.

The 27-year-old is having his second consecutive MVP season. In 2021-22, Jokic earned his fourth All-Star nod, hitting an average career high in points (27.1), rebounds (13.8) and goal-on-field percentage ( 0.583).

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