On Tuesday night, LeBron James tallied 25 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists against the Oklahoma City Thunder, which made him the first player in NBA history to record a triple-double against every team.

It was another historic night in what has been a historic 16-year career for James and as a historian of the game himself, James usually knows what’s at stake going into every game, but not on Tuesday. On Tuesday, James didn’t know what he had accomplished until head Lakers head coach Frank Vogel congratulated him.

“I had no idea,” James said on Tuesday. “Coach Vogel came in here and said congratulations, and I thought he was joking about my 7 turnovers. Because I had been taking care of the ball so much. And then he said I was the first player in NBA history to have a triple-double against every team.”

James said wasn’t sure how to feel about his latest feat, calling it a “cool stat,” but he took some time to credit his coaches and teammates for making it possible anyway. After all, you can’t get an assist without another player making a basket.

“I’ve had some great teammates and great coaches who put me in a position to be able to facilitate. My teammates have made shots for me throughout my career. Coaches have put me in positions to be successful scoring the ball, and I just try to read and react the ball off the rim as far as getting rebounds.