He did so at the same time scoring 19 pts to help his team defeat the San Antonio Spurs. From AP-
After his history-making swipe, Chris Paul helped the Hornets steal a victory from the San Antonio Spurs.
Paul set an NBA record with a steal in his 106th straight regular-season game and had 19 points and 12 assists to lead New Orleans to a 90-83 comeback victory Wednesday night.
Paul broke Alvin Robertson’s NBA mark — which stood since 1986 — when he deflected and quickly corralled an attempted pass by Tony Parker late in the second quarter.
Congratulations Chris Paul and way to go.
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