Who knows. I doubt very seriously that stat is kept on a national basis. I would suspect it would be in the hundreds of thousands. It is not that uncommon.
Whoever typed the above answer doesn't even own a television.... There have been two triple doubles. One by Gary Payton in 1988. One by Gary Payton II this year in 2014. But good try dude.
36 players have done this rare feat.
Harry Wolverton, Jim Sheckard, Elmer Flick, Bill Bradley, Pat Dougherty, Mike Donlin, William Lush, Nap Lajoie, Miller Higgins, Dave Brain (2), Pat Moran, Hal Chase, Owen Wilson, Joe Jackson, Gus Williams, Ross Youngs, Ray Powell, Bill Jacobson, Joe Judge, Chas. Hollocher, Jim Bottomley (2), Jack Tavener, Lester Bell, Earle Combs, Lance Richbourg, Chas. Gehringer, Joe Kuhel, Joe Dimaggio, Ben Chapman, Carlos Bernier, Danny O'Connell, Roberto Clemente, Willie Mays, Ernie Banks, Bert Campaneris and Al Bumbry. Bumbry was the last to achieve this and it occurred in 1973
10. 9 more than Kobe...juss in case yu were wondering.
He has had 35 so far.
52 by Lebron James
There have only been 9 triple doubles in MSU history, Magic has 8 of them.
At the moment no planets have been detected, which is not surprising as it's a binary star system (possibly triple star).
Triple H Theme song has been sang twice & by different tow persons1st "The Game" by Motörhead2nd"The Game" by Drowning PoolBut The Lastest is from the Motorhead
LeBron James has been in 7 NBA All-Star games. He has been in every game from 2005-2011.
No none have been able to, points are the main factor in triple doubles
This has been hard to determine, there have been reports from some researchers indicating as many as four companions may exist, but so far none of these have been confirmed by other independent researchers. The current best evidence indicates that Betelgeuse is a single "runaway star".
Yes, the NBA All-Star Game has been held in Boston four times: in 1951, 1952, 1957, and 1964.
None, but has been 1 or 2 rebounds away from a trip double many many times.
even though it has not been announced officially, the Miami Marlins are hopeful for a spot as the host of the 2015 MLB All-Star Game.