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What is a triple double?

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a triple double is usually in basket ball..thats when ur assist are in a double digit number...ur points are a double digit...and ur rebounds are a double digit number...for example 10 assist 12 rebounds and 32 points...hope this helps u to understand better.

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three basketball stats for one player each totaling more than 10 (double digits). i.e. 10 rebounds, 10 points, 10 assists

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Three times two equals six.

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a double is 2 and a triple is 3 2x3=6

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A triple-double is when a basketball player has two digits in three statistic categories. For example, 20 points, 15 rebounds, and 10 assists is a triple-double. Last night in the NBA Finals, Lebron James had 26 points, 11 rebounds, and 13 assists for a triple double.

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A triple-double is when a basketball player has double digit stats in 3 of the following categories in the same game. The categories are points, assist, rebounds, steals, and blocked shots.

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if you want to look at a baseball's point of view, a triple double is 10 doubles, triples, home runs, and stolen bases

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It is when a basketball player has double digit stats in the three of the following categories: points, rebounds, steals, blocks, and assists. You usually see players getting triple doubles with at least 10 points, at least 10 assists, and at least 10 rebounds.

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A triple double is 3 stats from a single player. i.e. 10 points 10 rebounds and 10 assists

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