Bradley Beal had to sit out the game, but he wasn’t about to sit out the celebration when Russell Westbrook officially became the NBA’s Triple-Double King.

Westbrook tallied 28 points, 13 rebounds and 21 assists on Monday night in Atlanta to log his 182nd career triple-double, passing Oscar Robertson for first on the league’s all-time list.

A record that was previously thought to be unbreakable now belongs to Russ.

After the game, BB shared in the celebration on social media.