The last time someone did this it was Detlef Schrempf back in 1993.
Lou Williams — the reigning Sixth Man of the Year — came off the Clippers bench for a 30-point triple-double to lead the Clippers past the Bulls on Friday night. He finished with 31 points on 19 shots, plus 10 rebounds and 10 assists.
Williams probably isn’t going to win Sixth Man of the Year again (he’s in the mix, but this is a strong class including his teammate Montrezl Harrell) but the guy can still get buckets with the best of them. And the Clippers need him to do that if they are going to hold on to a playoff spot in the tight West.