The moment came when Russell Westbrook nabbed his 16th rebound of the game in the third quarter.
The Thunder's Russell Westbrook reached his second-straight season averaging a triple-double in Wednesday's win against the Grizzlies.
He became the first player to ever average a triple-double more than once.
Westbrook's achievement is only the third time in NBA history someone has averaged a triple-double — Oscar Robertson did it in 1961-62, and Westbrook did it last year.
The moment came when he nabbed his 16th rebound of the game in the third quarter.
He received a huge standing ovation for the feat.
Westbrook has grabbed 20 of the Thunder's 45 rebounds during the game.
The Thunder won 137–123.