Draymond Green had one heck of a night Friday for the Golden State Warriors.

The former Michigan State star put together a complete performance, finishing with a triple-double as he scored 11 points with 12 rebounds and 19 assists. It goes down as Green’s first triple-double of the season and his first since Dec. 11 of 2019 as Golden State took down the Charlotte Hornets.

Green is having another strong year in the NBA, leading the Warriors with 8.7 assists per game while also averaging 6.1 rebounds and 5.7 points. His 19 assists Friday were a new career-high that also carried a special distinction.

According to NBA History on Twitter, Green became the first Warriors player since Baron Davis in 2008 to reach 19 assists.

Davis finished that game with 20 points and 19 assists, but he missed out on the triple-double. He grabbed six rebounds and added two steals and two blocks.

For Green and the Warriors, they are looking to return to the playoffs after missing out last season. Golden State currently stands seventh in the standings for the Western Conference.