Nikola Jokic writes NBA history in the Denver Nuggets’ victory over Milwaukee Bucks. The Serbian manages the fastest triple double of all time.
Nikola Jokic has made NBA history!
The Serbian international scored the earliest triple-double of all time in the 134:123 victory of his Denver Nuggets at the Milwaukee Bucks. With an assist after 14 minutes and 33 seconds, the sensation was perfect.
The center thus pulverized the previous record of 17 minutes set by Jim Tucker in 1955. OKC star Russell Westbrook is the third-fastest triple double. The MVP of the past season took a good 21 minutes in December 2016 to reach double-digit results in three categories.
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Jokic finished the game with 30 points, 15 rebounds and 17 assists. He got two blocks and a steal. The 22-year-old Big Man hit eleven of his 14 attempts from the field and all five free throws.
He also outshone Giannis Antetokounmpo, whose triple double was not enough for the Bucks to win. The “Greek Freak” scored 36 points, eleven rebounds and 13 assists.
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