The youngest NBA players to register a triple-double

2019-01-22T09:59:47+00:00 2019-01-22T12:33:18+00:00.

Antigoni Zachari

22/Jan/19 09:59

Luka Doncic’s triple-double against the Bucks on Monday put him on one more record-list, as the second youngest ever player in the NBA to achieve it.

By Eurohoops team /

Doncic, with 18 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists became the second youngest NBA player ever to achieve a triple-double, behind Markelle Fultz.

However, Dallas lost to the Bucks. “I didn’t play good at all,” Doncic said. “I missed some shots that I shouldn’t miss.”

The Slovenian sensation also overpassed Dennis Smith Jr. to become Dallas’ youngest player to achieve this numerical milestone.

Here is the list ranked, based on age at first triple-double:

  • Markelle Fultz (76ers) – 19 years, 317 days
  • Luka Doncic (Mavericks) – 19 years, 327 days
  • Lonzo Ball (Lakers) – 20 years, 15 days
  • LeBron James (Cavaliers)  – 20 years, 20 days
  • Dennis Smith Jr. (Mavericks) –  20 years, 34 days
  • Lamar Odom (Clippers) – 20 years, 65 days
  • John Wall (Wizards) – 20 years, 65 days
  • Magic Johnson (Lakers) – 20 years, 75 days