In the last game ahead of the NBA All-Star break, in which Giddey heads to Cleveland to participate in the NBA Rising stars challenge and the NBA Skills Competition, the 19-year-old guard registered another triple-double, the fourth of his career and third straight triple-double logging ones against the Bulls, Knicks, and now Spurs.
Against San Antonio, Giddey posted 17 points, ten rebounds, and ten assists in 31 minutes of action before hopping on a private jet and flying to Cleveland to display his skills in front of a national NBA audience for the first time all year.
The Oklahoma City Thunder fall to the San Antonio Spurs in the last game before the NBA All-Star Break, Josh Giddey logs a triple-double his fourth total, third straight
The OKC Thunder fell to the Spurs 114-106 on Wednesday in downtown Oklahoma City as the teams played their final game before the week-long NBA All-Star Break. On top of Giddey’s 17 point triple-double, Isaiah Roby dominated this game down low for 17 points, Theo Maledon added 22 points, and even Aleksej Pokusevski cracked double-digits with ten points.