by Jason Micklewright | Clippers Correspondent | Tue, Feb 12th 3:46am EST
Paul George posted his first triple-double of the season on Monday in a 120-111 win over the Blazers. George totaled 47 points (15-for-26, 8-for-13 3PT), 12 rebounds, 10 assists and two steals, over 43 minutes.
The 47 points ties a season-high, and the triple-double, along with Russell Westbrook's, marks the first time in franchise history that two teammates have scored triple-doubles in the same game. George was virtually unstoppable and his performance comes on the heels of a 45 point effort on Saturday, cementing him firmly as a must-start in any format.