All-Time Leaders: Career Triple-Doubles
On the final night of the 2018-19 season, Russell Westbrook recorded his 34th triple-double of the season to tie Magic Johnson for second place all-time with 138 career triple-doubles. Over the past three seasons, Westbrook has recorded 101 triple-doubles and averaged a triple-double in each of those seasons; he is the only player the player to average a triple-double in multiple seasons.
LeBron James added eight triple-doubles in his first season in Los Angeles to bring his career total to 81 as he passed Wilt Chamberlain for fifth on the all-time list. James Harden added seven triple-doubles during the 2018-19 season while also posting the seventh-highest season scoring average in league history at 31.6 points per game. He remains in ninth place all-time in triple-doubles.
Below is a look at the top 10 all-time leaders in career triple-doubles at the end of the 2018-19 season. Westbrook, James and Harden will look to climb further up the ranks next season.
(Note: Active players are bolded)
(Last Updated: April 10, 2019)