hoopie
Two years ago

NBL triple doubles or most double-doubles

I couldn't find out what I wanted on the NBL website so I'm throwing it out there in the hope of an answer.

Has anyone ever scored a triple double?
Has anyone ever scored a 20-20 double-double?
Who scored the most double-doubles?

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Cairns Taipans version of Darnell Mee was a nightly trip dub threat

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Sean Hasse  
Two years ago

I went to Melbourne to watch Sixers v Tigers and we got pumped and Homicide got a triple double.
His jumper was suspect, but he could flat out ball.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Most Triple Doubles In NBL History

13 - Robert Rose
6 – Rashad Tucker and Sam Mackinnon
5 – Darryl McDonald
4 – Steve Woodberry, Mark Leader, Andrew Gaze
3 – Scott Fisher, Ricky Grace, Leroy Loggins, Derek Rucker, Steve Woodberry

Tuck had all six in one season.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

That was the Wildcats 2004-05 season when everyone went Tucker mad. Ahh memories.

Did you know? - There has been one quadruple double scored in NBL history.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

2003-04 season that should read above re: Tucker

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Bulldog  
Two years ago

Does Steve Woodberry have 3, 4 or 7? Just curious.

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ferdterguson  
Two years ago

I think Cedric Jackson had around 5 in the 40 minute era.

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Hoopie  
Two years ago

One quadruple double? You are kidding, right? Who?

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Tucker had a lot of off court records too.

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PeterJohn  
Two years ago

OP - I expect Mark Davis got a few 20-20 double doubles. He averaged 28-18 in his first season, 25-16 in his second, 26-17 in his third etc. He also had 256 double doubles in his career. He managed a 23 defensive rebound game and a 20 offensive rebound game (different games). Amazing rebounder.

James Crawford must have pulled a couple 20-20 games? Not as many 20+ rebound games as Davis but still managed it a few times. Higher scorer than Davis.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Darren Rowe in 1990. "The forward finished the night with the remarkable stat-line of 25 points, 17 rebounds, 11 blocked shots and 11 assists having played all but 34 seconds of the game."

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

You weren't supposed to Google it!

But yes it was Darren Rowe playing for the Supercats in 1990.

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Dome Rat  
Two years ago

Davis averaged, I think, 25 rebounds a game in the finals around 1985

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Camel 31  
Two years ago

I thought julius hodge gotta triple double or two... would i be right .. the memories are fading away...

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hoopie  
Two years ago

Some impressive stats coming out, so thanks for the responses.

Looking at that quadruple double makes me wonder if anyone anywhere has scored a quintuple double: points, rebounds, assists, blocks and steals?

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Double_(basketball)#Quintuple-double

Take note the entry is American-centric.

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Udog  
Two years ago

Mark Davis was unbelievable in his prime. Still the best power forward I've seen in this league. That injury was horrific but he came out and played the rest of the finals.

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robt  
Two years ago

"Looking at that quadruple double makes me wonder if anyone anywhere has scored a quintuple double: points, rebounds, assists, blocks and steals?"

Or even a sextuple double [?] including Fouls Drawn. Some players have a knack of drawing opp players into fouls. Team gets free throws [into bonus sooner] and opp team weakens as key players get into foul trouble and have to sit.

I love that one but always ignored.

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Perthworld  
Last year

Women's basketball: Grambling State's Shakyla Hill makes NCAA history with second career quadruple-double

Shakyla Hill became the first player in NCAA history with two career quadruple-doubles, finishing with 21 points, 16 rebounds, 13 assists and 10 steals Saturday night in Grambling State's 77-57 victory over Arkansas-Pine Bluff.

The senior guard got her first one nearly 13 months ago on Jan. 3, 2018, against Alabama State. That was only the fourth one accomplished in NCAA Division I history.

https://www.ncaa.com/news/basketball-women/article/2019-02-03/womens-basketball-grambling-states-shakyla-hill-makes-ncaa

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LV  
Last year

Julius Hodge got one, and came close on a number of other occasions.

I'd be surprised if anyone's got one in the 40 minute era.

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