NBA, WNBA-SAT0209

ON THIS POST:

  • Russell Westbrook streak

    of 8 straight triple-doubles

  • James Harden’s streak

    of 30-point games

    -- Most 40-point games

  • Maya Moore steps away


NBA

15, 13, 15

Points, rebounds, assists for Russell Westbrook in Oklahoma City’s Feb. 7 win over Memphis

8

Consecutive games with

a triple-double for Westbrook,

who leads NBA with 21

9

Westbrook’s attempt for No. 9 is Feb. 8 against Houston’s James Harden and his 30-pt game streak

WESTBROOK TRIPLE-DOUBLE STREAK
DT W OPP PTS REB AST ST B
2-7 W MEM 15 13 15 4 0
2-5 L ORL 16 15 16 1 1
2-3 W BOS* 22 12 16 2 0
2-1 W MIA* 14 12 14 1 1
1-29 W ORL* 23 14 14 0 1
1-27 W MIL 13 13 11 1 1
1-24 W NO 23 17 16 2 0
1-22 W POR 29 10 14 1 0
*-road game

16

Harden’s 44 on Feb. 4 against Phoenix was his16th 40-point

effort during 28-game streak

HARDEN'S 30-POINT STREAK
DATE OPP R PTS REB AST
12-13 LAL W 50 10 11
12-15 MEM* W 32 12 10
12-17 UTA W 47 6 5
12-19 WAS W 35 3 9
12-20 MIA* L 35 6 12
12-22 SA W 39 4 10
12-25 OKC W 41 6 7
12-27 BOS W 45 2 6
12-29 NO* W 41 9 6
12-31 MEM W 43 10 13
1-3 GS* W 44 10 15
1-5 POR* L 38 5 7
1-7 DEN W 32 5 14
1-9 MIL L 42 11 6
1-11 CLE W 43 10 12
1-13 ORL* L 38 9 12
1-14 MEM W 57 9 2
1-16 BKN L 58 10 6
1-19 LAL W 48 8 6
1-21 PHI* L 37 6 3
1-23 NY* W 61 15 4
1-25 TOR W 35 2 7
1-27 ORL W 40 11 6
1-29 NO L 37 11 6
2-1 DEN* L 30 6 9
2-2 UTA* W 43 12 5
2-4 PHO* W 44 8 6
2-6 SAC* W 36 6 1
*-road game

69

Harden passed George Gervin for 9th in 40-pt games: Next to fall are Rick Barry, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

ALL-TIME 40-POINT GAMES
NO PLAYER P YRS
271 Wilt Chamberlain C 1960-71
173 Michael Jordan G 1985-03
122 Kobe Bryant G 2000-16
88 Elgin Baylor F 1959-70
79 Allen Iverson G 1997-08
77 Oscar Robertson G 1961-70
70 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar C 1970-86
70 Rick Barry F 1966-78
69 James Harden G 2012-19
68 George Gervin G 1977-86
66 Jerry West G 1962-72
64 LeBron James F 2004-19
58 Bob McAdoo C 1973-79
56 Dominique Wilkins F 1985-95
55 Kevin Durant F 2008-19
52 Adrian Dantley F 1979-88
49 Shaquille O'Neal C 1993-09
47 Larry Bird F 1980-92
47 Bob Pettit F 1956-64
45 Bernard King F 1978-91

WNBA

4

WNBA titles won with Minnesota by Maya Moore, who said Feb. 5 she will sit out 2019 season

  • Champion (2011, ‘13, ‘15, ‘17)

  • Finals MVP (2013)

  • Most Valuable Player (2014)

  • Rookie of the Year (2011)

  • All-WNBA First Team (2013-17)

  • Western Conference All-Star (2011, ‘13-15, ‘17)

  • Olympic gold medalist (2012, 2016)

  • FIBA World Championship gold medalist (2010, 2014)


21

Moore rank on WNBA all-time

scoring list with 494 points

MAYA MOORE CAREER AVERAGES
SEA G PPG RPG APG FG% 3P% FT%
2011 34 13.2 4.6 2.6 43.9 36.9 78.8
2012 34 16.4 6.0 3.6 46.5 38.8 87.9
2013 34 18.5 6.2 3.0 50.9 45.3 88.2
2014 34 23.9 8.1 3.4 48.1 33.5 88.4
2015 33 20.6 6.7 3.5 42.0 35.9 85.5
2016 34 19.3 5.1 4.2 44.8 40.4 86.8
2017 34 17.3 5.0 3.5 44.2 41.1 85.8
2018 34 18.0 5.1 2.6 42.3 36.5 83.3
TOT 271 18.4 5.9 3.3 45.3 38.4 86.0

MOORE CAREER TOTALS
SEA PTS REB AST STL BLK
2011 449 157 90 48 16
2012 558 205 124 50 22
2013 628 210 101 59 33
2014 812 276 116 64 28
2015 681 221 116 54 26
2016 656 175 142 53 25
2017 588 171 119 64 14
2018 612 174 88 57 12
TOT 4,984 1,589 896 449 176

19.2

Moore career scoring average

in 56 playoff games

MOORE'S PLAYOFF NUMBERS
AVG STAT TOTALS
56 Games 56
33.2 Minutes 1,861
19.2 Points 1,077
46.7 FGM-A 378-810
39.9 3PM-A 109-273
84.5 FTM-A 212-251
1.9 Off reb 109
4.1 Def reb 229
6.0 Rebounds 338
3.2 Assists 180
1.7 Steals 96
0.7 Blocks 39
2.1 Turnovers 119
3.2 Fouls 181

Source: nba.com; wnba,com