Triple-doubles and double-doubles NBA leaders 2016-17' season

Updated list of NBA players with most triple-doubles and double-doubles recorded in the current NBA season and detailed stats for each of the triple-double games logged.

Triple-doubles

PlayerTD
Russell Westbrook (OKC)21
01/18 OKC@GSW (100-121) 27pts 15rb 13as
01/15 OKC@SAC (122-118) 36pts 11rb 10as
01/13 OKC@MIN (86-96) 21pts 11rb 12as
01/11 MEM@OKC (95-103) 24pts 13rb 12as
01/07 DEN@OKC (106-121) 32pts 17rb 11as
12/31 LAC@OKC (88-114) 17pts 12rb 14as
12/27 OKC@MIA (106-94) 29pts 17rb 11as
12/23 OKC@BOS (117-112) 45pts 11rb 11as
12/17 PHX@OKC (101-114) 26pts 11rb 22as
12/09 HOU@OKC (102-99) 27pts 10rb 10as
12/05 OKC@ATL (102-99) 32pts 13rb 12as
12/04 NOP@OKC (92-101) 28pts 17rb 12as
11/30 WAS@OKC (115-126) 35pts 14rb 11as
11/28 OKC@NYK (112-103) 27pts 17rb 14as
11/26 DET@OKC (88-106) 17pts 13rb 15as
11/25 OKC@DEN (132-129) 36pts 11rb 17as
11/20 IND@OKC (115-111) 31pts 11rb 15as
11/18 BKN@OKC (105-124) 30pts 10rb 13as
11/13 ORL@OKC (119-117) 41pts 12rb 16as
10/30 LAL@OKC (96-113) 33pts 11rb 16as
10/28 PHX@OKC (110-113) 51pts 13rb 10as
James Harden (HOU)13
01/17 HOU@MIA (103-109) 40pts 12rb 10as
01/15 HOU@BKN (137-112) 22pts 11rb 11as
01/10 CHA@HOU (114-121) 40pts 15rb 10as
01/08 HOU@TOR (129-122) 40pts 10rb 11as
01/02 WAS@HOU (91-101) 23pts 10rb 10as
12/31 NYK@HOU (122-129) 53pts 16rb 17as
12/30 LAC@HOU (116-140) 30pts 13rb 10as
12/16 NOP@HOU (100-122) 29pts 11rb 13as
12/14 SAC@HOU (98-132) 15pts 11rb 14as
12/01 HOU@GSW (132-127) 29pts 15rb 13as
11/17 POR@HOU (109-126) 26pts 12rb 14as
11/12 SAS@HOU (106-100) 25pts 11rb 13as
11/09 HOU@SAS (101-99) 24pts 12rb 15as
LeBron James (CLE)3
11/27 CLE@PHI (112-108) 26pts 10rb 13as
11/23 POR@CLE (125-137) 31pts 10rb 13as
10/25 NYK@CLE (88-117) 19pts 11rb 14as
Draymond Green (GSW)3
01/16 CLE@GSW (91-126) 11pts 13rb 11as
01/02 DEN@GSW (119-127) 15pts 10rb 13as
12/13 GSW@NOP (113-109) 12pts 14rb 10as
G. Antetokounmpo (MIL)2
12/07 POR@MIL (107-115) 15pts 12rb 11as
11/21 ORL@MIL (89-93) 21pts 10rb 10as
Julius Randle (LAL)2
01/03 MEM@LAL (102-116) 19pts 14rb 11as
11/15 BKN@LAL (118-125) 17pts 14rb 10as
Tim Frazier (NOP)1
12/11 NOP@PHX (120-119) 14pts 11rb 11as
Malcolm Brogdon (MIL)1
12/31 MIL@CHI (116-96) 15pts 10rb 12as
Chris Paul (LAC)1
11/29 LAC@BKN (122-127) 26pts 10rb 13as
DeMarcus Cousins (SAC)1
01/18 IND@SAC (106-100) 25pts 12rb 10as
Nicolas Batum (CHA)1
12/23 CHI@CHA (91-103) 20pts 11rb 10as
Rajon Rondo (CHI)1
12/02 CLE@CHI (105-111) 15pts 10rb 12as
Karl-Anthony Towns (MIN)1
12/28 MIN@DEN (103-105) 15pts 11rb 10as
Marc Gasol (MEM)1
12/05 MEM@NOP (110-108) 28pts 11rb 10as
Kevin Durant (GSW)1
12/30 DAL@GSW (99-108) 19pts 11rb 10as

(*) A triple-double is the accumulation of a double-digit number total in three of five statistical categories in a game: points, rebounds, assists, blocks or steals. A double-double requires double-digit numbers only in two of the five categories. Double-double totals include triple-doubles.

Triple-doubles in NBA history

The first triple-double in NBA history was logged by Dolph Schayes (18 points, 22 rebounds y 13 assists) on February 8, 1951, according to the Harvey J. Pollack NBA Statistical Yearbook.

The NBA all-time triple-doubles leaders in regular season are Oscar Robertson (181), Magic Johnson (138), Jason Kidd (107), Wilt Chamberlain (78) and Larry Bird (59). In the playoffs, the all-time leader is Magic Johnson with 30. Prior to the 1973-74 season, the NBA did not record steals and blocked shots.

The triple-double leader among active players is Russell Westbrook, who has recorded 56 in his career, 11 more than LeBron James. LeBron is the one with the most in postseason, totalling 16 (second in historical list).

The only player in NBA history to average a triple-double in a single season is Oscar Robertson, who achieved this feat in 1961-62 season averaging 30.8 points, 12.5 rebounds and 11.4 assists per game. He recorded 41 triple-doubles in 79 games played.

Only 4 players have made a quadruple-double in their careers: Nate Thurmond (1974), Alvin Robertson (1986), Hakeem Olajuwon (1990) y David Robinson (1994). Robertson made it with points, rebounds, assists and steals and the three others, with points, rebounds, assists and blocks.

The great Wilt Chamberlain recorded on February 2, 1968 the only double-triple-double (at least 20 of any 3 statistics) in NBA history. He had 22 points, 25 rebounds y 21 assists.

(Updated Jan. 14, 2017)