Take a bow, Moriah Jefferson.
The Minnesota Lynx’s starting point guard became the first player in franchise history — and 10th player in the 26-year history of the WNBA — to record a triple-double.
A huge celebration at mid-court for Moriah Jefferson, who got her 10th rebound with 5.8 seconds left to give Mo her first career triple-double:
u2705 13 points
u2705 3/9 2PT | 2/5 3PT | 1/1 FT
u2705 10 rebounds
u2705 10 assists
u2705 2 steals
u2705 +28 in 34 minutes
u2705 Wpic.twitter.com/jQv5R5oE3a— Jack Borman (@jrborman13) June 29, 2022
Think about that for a second.