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Dejounte Murray becomes the first Spurs player with multiple triple-doubles in a season since David Robinson

He’s one of the top rebounding guards in the league.

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Last night, Dejounte Murray accrued his second triple-double of the season. He’s the first Spur to have more than one triple-double in a season since David Robinson in the 1993-94 season.

Robinson stacked up four that season. Robinson did it on December 3, 1993 against the Orlando Magic, January 11, 1994 against the Minnesota Timberwolves, February 2 against the Washington Bullets, and later that month in Detroit. Specifically that February 17th game against the Pistons was a quadruple-double in points, rebounds, assists, and blocks.

Robinson is one of only four players to tally a quadruple-double since the statistics were properly recorded. He was the last to do so.

Dejounte has had some heavy steal nights. He’s not come close to pulling double digits in four columns, but it is not outrageous to consider at his age and with his skill set Murray could acquire the illustrious career demarcation.

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