Re-Wroten NBA history
Philadelphia 76ers rookie sensation Michael Carter-Williams sat out Wednesday's game against the Houston Rockets due to a bruised left arch. Enter Tony Wroten. The second-year player out of Washington got the start for MCW and made the most of it — making NBA history in the process. Wroten became the first player in league history since starts were first tracked in 1970 to have triple-double in his first start. It was also the first triple-double of his career. He finished with 18 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists in a 123-117 overtime victory.