no one has ever done this, a double triple double doesn't make since, that's like saying a double double double, and a double triple would be two things of 100 like 100 points and 100 rebounds in the same game, and this has never been done.
If "no one has ever done this", then why is there an answer? And actually, a double triple double does make "since" (sense). It's just 20 of any three of these in the same game: points, rebounds, assists, blocks, steals. Or, in other words, double each of a triple-double.
there are lots of peolple in the nba to score a tri-double in 2008 lebron James scored two it is common
Tracy mcgrady McGrady has never done it . Oscar Robertson is the only player ever to average a triple double in one season.
Sachin Tendulkar is the only player to score double century in one day international.
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.
Sachin Tendulkar is the first and till now the only player to score a double century in ODI Cricket.
Lawrence rowe (west indies)
No. The scores on the board squares can be used only one time. When you form a word with a letter on the triple letter square, you score only the points for the letter itself.
The center square on the Scrabble board is the star. It's where the tiles are placed to start the game. The person who starts the game gets double points for their word when they place their tiles on the star, but only for that one time. Double, triple points are added to a player's score, when he or she lands on the colored squares.
Virender Sehwag. He is the only Indian batsman to have scored two triple centuries in test cricket
Andrei Kanchelskis was the only player to score in the Mersyside, Manchester, and Glasgow derbies.
None of the batsmen managed to do this.