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With Friday's 110-96 win over the Portland Trail Blazers, Tim Duncan and Tony Parker of the San Antonio Spurs moved past Kevin McHale and Robert Parish of the Boston Celtics to take sole possession of second place on the NBA's all-time wins list for a duo, per NBA History on Twitter.

The victory was Parker and Duncan's 657th while playing together in the regular season, leaving them 249 behind Karl Malone and John Stockton (906) of the Utah Jazz for second place.

While unlikely to ever break Malone and Stockton's remarkable record, Parker and Duncan aren't exactly short on accomplishments since Parker entered the league as the 28th overall draft pick in 2001.

The duo has 13 playoff appearances in 13 opportunities, and the Spurs' current 25-16 record points strongly in the direction of a 14th postseason trip in 14 years.

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Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook recorded 17 points, 15 rebounds and 17 assists in Friday's 127-115 win over the Golden State Warriors, giving him the NBA's seventh 15-15-15 game over the past 30 seasons, per NBA.com/stats.

Only four other players have accomplished the feat during that time, with Magic Johnson and Jason Kidd doing it twice, while Larry Bird and Rajon Rondo each hit the mark once.

Including Westbrook's from Friday, four of the outings included 17 or more points and 17 or more assists, led by a 24-17-17 (points-rebounds-assists) effort from Johnson in April 1989 and an 18-17-20 effort from Rondo in March 2012, per Basketball-Reference's play index. Kidd had the other 17-15-17 game, recording 19 points, 16 rebounds and 17 assists toward the end of his career in February 2010.

For Westbrook, the 17 assists were a new personal best, eclipsing the 16 he recorded in an April 2010 game against the Minnesota Timberwolves, per Basketball-Reference's play index.

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With a win over the New England Patriots on Sunday, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck would become the first No. 1 overall draft pick at his position to reach the Super Bowl within the first three seasons of his career, per ESPN Stats & Info.

Of course, while a number of the NFL's most successful signal-callers went first overall in the draft, most of these players were joining teams with rather barren rosters.

Nine quarterbacks drafted first overall have reached a Super Bowl, and eight of those captured at least one championship, with current Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith being the lone exception. The group is otherwise comprised of Terry Bradshaw, Jim Plunkett, John Elway, Troy Aikman, Drew Bledsoe, Peyton Manning, David Carr and Eli Manning, with the eight players accounting for 16 rings.

Bledsoe and Carr only earned rings as backups, though Bledsoe notably opened the 2001 season as the starting quarterback for the eventual champion Patriots, before an injury opened the door for Tom Brady to begin his own legacy.

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Should the Seattle Seahawks beat the Green Bay Packers in Sunday's NFC Championship Game at CenturyLink Field, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson will likely become the first signal-caller in NFL history to start two Super Bowls within his first three seasons, per ESPN Stats & Info.

A third-round selection in the 2012 NFL draft, the 5'11" Wilson lasted until the 75th overall pick, despite possessing an excellent combination of speed, agility, arm strength, throwing accuracy and college production.

The pick was in line with projections at the time, but with the benefit of hindsight, it seems rather clear that Wilson lasted so long because of his height (or lack thereof).

Less than three years later, he's playing in January for a third time in three seasons, seeking the sixth playoff win of his career.

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Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan broke an unusual record in Wednesday's 100-94 win over the Portland Trail Blazers, becoming the first player to make at least 50 percent of his field-goal attempts and block a shot in 24 consecutive games, per Elias Sports Bureau (via ESPN.com).

The previous record of 23 such games was set by all-time leading scorer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for the 1976-77 Los Angeles Lakers.

Jordan's streak began Nov. 29 against the Utah Jazz with a modest eight-point, 12-rebound performance in which he made all four of his field-goal attempts.

The 26-year-old center posted a much more formidable stat line in Wednesday's record-breaking outing, as he recorded 17 points, 18 boards and an assist while converting all eight of his field-goal attempts.

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Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins recorded 32 points, 16 rebounds and nine assists in Tuesday's 108-104 overtime loss to the Dallas Mavericks, making him the first player since Blake Griffin on March 23, 2011 to reach 30 points, 15 rebounds and nine assists in the same game, per ESPN Stats & Info.

However, it wasn't all good for Cousins, as he fouled out on a questionable call in the final 30 seconds of regulation, and then had to watch his team lose in overtime from the bench.

Per basketball-reference.com's play index, Cousins also matched a career-high mark with nine turnovers, which brought his season-long average to 4.1 per game, tied with Houston Rockets guard James Harden for second worst in the NBA, behind only Philadelphia 76ers guard Michael Carter-Williams (4.4).

The 24-year-old center did add two steals and a block to round out one of the NBA's busiest stat lines this season.

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Minnesota Timberwolves guard Mo Williams scored a franchise-record 52 points in Tuesday's 110-101 road win over the Indiana Pacers, per NBA.com/Stats.

Just the third player in Timberwolves history to hit the 50-point mark, Williams joins Corey Brewer (April 2014) and Kevin Love (March 2012), both of whom scored 51 in their historic outings, per Basketball-Reference.com's play index.

In addition to all the points, Williams added seven assists and four rebounds, with just three turnovers over 44 minutes. He made 19 of his 33 field-goal attempts, including six of his 11 shots from beyond the arc. He also made eight out of nine free-throw attempts to round out a remarkably efficient performance.

Known for his shooting more than his ability to create shots, the 32-year-old Williams had previously never scored more than 44 points in a game, per Basketball-Reference.com. He had just two 40-point performances in his career, with both of them coming during a span of 15 days for the 2008-09 Cleveland Cavaliers.

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When Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul dished out his ninth assist of the night in the third quarter of Sunday's game against the Miami Heat, it marked the 6,477th assist of Paul's career and pushed him past Tiny Archibald for 20th on the all-time leaderboard, per NBA.com/Stats.

Unfortunately for Paul, the assist was his last of the night, which left him one short of notching his 19th double-double of the season. He finished the game with 23 points, nine assists, three rebounds and two turnovers.

Paul is just the second player since 1985-86 to reach 6,477 career assists by the age of 29, with only John Stockton piling up more at the same age. Stockton took just six seasons and 557 games to reach 6,785 assists, compared to Paul's nine seasons and 655 games to reach his current total, per Basketball-Reference.com.

The Clippers point guard sits 100 assists short of 19th on the all-time list (Derek Harper at 6,577) and 510 short of cracking the top 10 (Rod Strickland at 7,987). At his current pace, it would take Paul another 52 games to pass Strickland.

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With Friday's 112-94 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Golden State Warriors became just the second team in NBA history to go undefeated on a homestand of six or more games while posting an average margin of victory of 21 points or better, per Elias Sports Bureau (via ESPN.com).

The Warriors finished the 6-0 stretch with an average margin of 22.2 points, falling just short of the 23.0 posted by the 1988-89 Cleveland Cavaliers on a six-game homestand.

Golden State won each of the six games by at least 13 points, with wins of 110-97 over the Minnesota Timberwolves, 126-86 over the Philadelphia 76ers, 126-105 over the Toronto Raptors, 117-91 over the Oklahoma City Thunder, 117-102 over the Indiana Pacers and 112-94 over the Cavaliers.

The impressive stretch pushed Golden State's record to an NBA-best 29-5, giving the team a two-game lead over the Portland Trail Blazers (28-8) in the race for the Western Conference's No. 1 seed.

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Minnesota Timberwolves forward Andrew Wiggins set a franchise rookie record with his sixth consecutive performance of 20 or more points in Friday's 98-84 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks, per Sportsnet Stats.

Though he made just six of his 17 field-goal attempts in the defeat, Wiggins reached an even 20 points with the help of seven successful free throws on nine attempts from the line.

The six-game streak has included three showings of exactly 20 points, with all of those coming in Minnesota's past four contests. Wiggins is averaging 22.2 points over the recent stretch, which began in a Dec. 30 loss to the Utah Jazz.

While still rather impressive, the streak has not led to any Minnesota victories, as the Timberwolves enter Saturday's contest against the San Antonio Spurs in the midst of a 14-game losing streak.