Detroit Pistons forward Blake Griffin made history on Wednesday night, turning out a rebound-less performance against the Los Angeles Lakers.

To make matters worse, it was the first time in his seven-year career in which he failed to grab a rebound in a game, doing so in front of one of the few nationally televised audiences the Pistons get nowadays:

Griffin didn’t have a great game by any measure, mustering a mere 16 points on 6-of-14 shooting from the floor and 2-of-8 from deep, while posting a 6:4 assist-to-turnover ratio in a 113-100 loss to the LeBron James-less Lakers.