Candace Parker's legend continues to grow.

The seven-time WNBA All-Star added to her lengthy resume on Thursday, recording her third career triple-double in the Chicago Sky's victory over her former team, the Los Angeles Sparks.

Parker is now the WNBA's all-time leader in career triple-doubles.

The 36-year-old Parker finished the game with 10 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists as the Sky improved to 12-5 on the season.

Chicago has now won two straight games after completing the largest comeback in WNBA history on Tuesday against the Las Vegas Aces. 

Parker and the Sky will look to continue their hot streak on Sunday in Chicago, when they host the Minnesota Lynx at Wintrust Arena 

The triple-double was the second for Parker this season after she posted 16 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists in a May 22 win over the Washington Mystics

At 36, she was the oldest player in WNBA history then to record a triple double. She extended that record by a month Thursday.

Thursday's triple-double was also the third of Parker's career, the most by any player in WNBA history.

She's joined by Sheryl Swoopes, Courtney Vandersloot and Sabrina Ionescu as the only four players in league history to record multiple triple doubles. Ionescu, a third-year guard for the New York Liberty, recorded her second career triple-double on June 12.

For now, Parker owns the 14th triple-double in league history as she follows up her 2021 championship season with the Sky with another campaign for the books

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