Kristaps Porzingis Just Became The First Player In NBA History To Record This Crazy Statline

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If you missed the Lakers battling the Knicks in MSG, you missed a good one.

Not only did the game go to overtime, but it was driven by some of the NBA's brightest young stars, one of which being Kristaps Porzingis, who actually made some history tonight.

Because of tonight's incredible performance, Porzingis just became the first player in NBA History to record 35 points, 10 rebounds, 5 blocks and 5 three-pointers in a single game. It may not sound earth-shattering at first, but that sort of stat-line has obviously never been replicated in the NBA before.

At 22-years-old, KP was drafted 4th overall by the Knicks in the 2015 NBA Draft. After facing some scrutiny, he quickly proved his place in the league, eventually shattering every expectation. Now, in just his third year in the league, he's doing things almost every game that proves how special he really is. Tonight's affair was just another example.