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Q: Which NBA player averaged a triple double for a season?
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What basketball player averaged a triple double for an entire season?

Tracy mcgrady McGrady has never done it . Oscar Robertson is the only player ever to average a triple double in one season.


Who was the last NCAA player to average a triple double in one season?

There has never been an NCAA player to average a triple double for a season.


What year did Oscar Robinson average a triple double?

He averaged a triple-double in 1961-1962 BY the next LeBron


What is a triple-double in basketball?

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.


What is a double double in nba?

when a player has two double digit amounts of either : Points, Assists, Steals, Blocks or rebounds. So if some player has 20 points and 10 assists, they have a double double, if a player has 20 points 10 assists and 10 rebounds, they have a triple double and so on.

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What basketball player averaged a triple double for an entire season?

Tracy mcgrady McGrady has never done it . Oscar Robertson is the only player ever to average a triple double in one season.


Which player averaged a triple double for an entire season?

This has never happened in collegiate basketball, but has happened in the NBA by Oscar Robertson in 1961-62 season.


Which player averaged a triple double for an entire playoff series?

Jason Kidd


Who was the last NCAA player to average a triple double in one season?

There has never been an NCAA player to average a triple double for a season.


What year did Oscar Robinson average a triple double?

He averaged a triple-double in 1961-1962 BY the next LeBron


What is a triple double in basketball terms?

a triple double in basketball is when a player has points scored, rebounds and assists in double digits - like 10,10,10


Who is the youngest player to get a triple double?

John wall


Is it considered a triple double if one of the figures is 10 or more blocks in a game?

Yes. A player achieves a triple-double when he scores double-digits in 3 categories during one game. Points, assists and rebounds are most common, but it can also be blocks or steals. When a player has a triple double that includes double digits in turnovers, it's called a "dirty" triple double and it makes me feel queasy just thinking about it.


Has any NBA player ever achieved a triple double without the points for example rebounds assists steals?

A triple double means to have double digits in 3 components.


Why is Michael Jordan the most famous basketball player?

he is the most famous and greatest basketball player in the world for gaining records for most points in a single season a triple double and most wins in 1 season that's 72 and has not been broken yet


Who is the youngest player to score a triple double in the nba?

Lebron James


What is a triple-double in basketball?

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.

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