Youngest player in NBA history to record triple double – Josh Giddey, rookie in Oklahoma City Thunder, surpassed LaMelo Ball of the Charlotte Hornets on Sunday, becoming the youngest player in NBA history to record a triple-double.
Aged 19 years old and 84 days, Josh took the record set by Ball last January at age 19 years old and 140 days, when he played against Dallas Mavericks recording 17 points, 14 assists and 13 rebounds – the “triple double”.
“He’s unselfish. As a 19-year old, he understands how to play the game. He’s comfortable with the ball. His teammates all know that if he has it, they’re gonna cut, because there’s a chance that they can get it. He’s comfortable shooting the 3″Dallas coach Jason Kidd
“The individual stats are good, you enjoy it for the night, but a win is always better than individual stats for me,”Josh Giddey, after the game
Congrats to Josh for this achievement, and may he go on to excel in NBA!
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