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Watch Lonzo Ball become the youngest player in NBA history to mess around and get a triple-double

Move over, LeBron.

NBA: Los Angeles Lakers at Milwaukee Bucks Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

Lonzo Ball broke a record once set by LeBron James during the 2004-05 season, becoming the youngest player in NBA history to notch a triple-double. Ball, 20 years and 15 days old, beat James’ record by just five days.

Lonzo tallied up 19 points, 13 assists and 12 rebounds, but the Los Angeles Lakers would go on to lose the game despite the rookie guard’s sensational all-around game. Sit back and enjoy an easy Sunday with the highlight reel of the Lakers’ dynamic guard stacking stats:

Anyone who’s been watching Ball this season knows this is the kind of game that comes naturally to him. His rebounding ability, and feel for facilitating the offense, will put him in triple-double range often.

The first of many to come, folks!

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