Jokic in eighth place of all time in the number of triple.doubles (VIDEO)
Denver basketball player Nikola Jokić recorded his 60th triple-double in the NBA last night, and now he is in the eighth place in the history of that competition.

The Serbian player scored 17 points, 15 assists and 12 rebounds in the defeat of his team against Chicago (109: 97), and he succeeded the legendary Boston player and member of the Hall of Fame, Larry Bird, in the eighth position.

James Harden is in the seventh position with 62 triple-doubles in his career, and among the active players on this list are leading Russell Westbrook (189) and fifth-placed LeBron James (99), the league’s website reported.

Jokic reached the new triple-double in his 471st game, while Bird recorded his 59 triple-doubles in 897 games, in the period from 1979 to 1992.

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