Zach Randolph Becomes 3rd Oldest Player To Record 1st Triple-Double

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| March 20th, 2016 | 394 Views

In his 15th season, at the age of 34, the Grizzlies Zach Randolph fka The Black Hole, became the 3rd oldest player to record his first NBA triple-double: 28 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists.

“He can’t say I never done nothing for him,” said the always quotable Tony Allen after the game, referring to making the shot which gave Z-Bo the honor.

Randolph was also 10 of 19 from the field and a perfect 8 of 8 from the line during the 113-102 win over the Clippers.

“I ain’t had fun like this in a long time,” said Randolph.




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