Double-double is a Basketball term, defined as an individual performance in a game in which a player accumulates a double digit number total in any two of these categories: points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocked shots. Example: Bob had 23 points and 11 rebounds. He had a double-double. Example: Bob had 9 points, 12 assists, and 14 rebounds. He had a double-double.
Triple double refers to basketball statistics in which 3/5 of the stats are recorded. At least 10 points, 10 rebounds, 10 steals, 10 blocks or 10 assists are recorded by one player in one game.
A triple-double is when you record three double-digit stats. The most common triple-double involves points, assists, and rebounds. For example, 24 points, 12 assists, and 14 rebounds. You can have a triple-double involving any stat except for turnovers. A player could only score 4 points and get only 3 assists, but get a triple-double by having 13 rebounds, 11 blocks, and 15 steals. That is a rarity, but it counts as a triple-double.
To be more precise, it is when a player records double-digit values for three statistical categories. It is not limited to points, rebounds, and assists although this is the typical method by which players attain a triple-double
A basketball player accomplishes a triple double by reaching double digits in 3 of the following: assists, rebounds, points, steals, and blocks. In most cases the 3 doubles are assists, rebounds, and points.
There have also been 4 quadruple doubles in the NBA, when players reached double digits in 4 of the above stats. The quadruple double has only been possible since the 1973-1974 season, when the NBA began counting steals and blocks.
I think you mean a quadruple double.
To achieve this a player must gain a double digit number of four of the five following catagories.
Points scored, Shots blocked, Steals, Rebounds, and Assists
when one player makes four separate stats double digits. such as steal, block, assist, points..etc.
There has never been an NCAA player to average a triple double for a season.
He averaged a triple-double in 1961-1962 BY the next LeBron
Double-double is a basketball term, defined as an individual performance in a game in which a player accumulates a double digit number total in any two of these categories: points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocked shots. Five major game performance in basketball (score, assists, rebound, steals, shot block)If you made a double figure in two of those (Ex: 10 points or more & 10 assists or more--its a double-double. 10 points or more, 10 assists or more & 10 rebounds or more--its called a triple-double.) Double figures in two different statistical columns (i.e. Points and rebounds, points and steals, blocks and rebounds).
Kobe Bryant has never recorded a triple double in the postseason.
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a triple double in basketball is when a player has points scored, rebounds and assists in double digits - like 10,10,10
It's not a double-triple, it's a triple-double. 10 in three stats-points, assists, rebounds etc.
Dennis Hopson 1986
They represent the [single] double and triple covalent chemical bonds between atoms.
The difference between a double threat and a triple threat is that to perform a true triple threat, one must tuck the basketball to one's left hip. If one has to bring the ball across one's body to get into a shooting position, then it becomes a double threat.
The five major statistics of basketball are points scored, rebounds, assists, blocks, and steals. In a game if a player gets a double-double or triple-double, the player gets two or three of the above stat categories in the double figures. For example a double-double could be when a person gets 15 points and 12 rebounds. A triple-double could be when a player gets 15 points, 12 rebounds, and 11 assists.
Ehat is a double triple
In his first playoff appearance LeBron James recorded a triple-double in a win over the Wizards.
A2 width means a double narrow. A is a regular narrow A2 is double narrow and A3 is triple narrow. These are also just referred to as A, double A or triple A.
When a player hits double digits in two out of five categories during a game, this is called a double-double. If he hits double digits in three out of five categories is it called a triple-double. The categories are points, assists, rebounds, blocked shots, and steals.
This has never happened in collegiate basketball, but has happened in the NBA by Oscar Robertson in 1961-62 season.