Tim Duncan becomes 2nd oldest player ever to record a triple double (4th of his career)

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| December 6th, 2014 | 464 Views

Here’s some surprising stats for you about Tim Duncan. Timmy’s triple double of 14/10/10 against the Grizzlies last night was just his 4th of his very long and successful career.  So long that he became the 2nd oldest player ever to record a triple double. It’s also his first triple double since 2010.

Worth mentioning is during the 2003 NBA Finals, Duncan put up one of the best playoff stat lines ever with 21 points, 20 rebounds, 10 assists and 8 blocks against the Nets.







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