Utah Jazz Franchise Points / Assists / Rebounds Triple Double List

PHOENIX - OCTOBER 12: Andrei Kirilenko #47 of the Utah Jazz drives the ball past Earl Clark #55 of the Phoenix Suns during the preseason NBA game at US Airways Center on October 12, 2010 in Phoenix, Arizona. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Yes, it's a short list . . . there have been only 7 Points / Assists / Rebounds triple doubles in franchise history, and the most recent one happened in 2008. And the FIRST one happened in 1996. That's 12 years. I guess we like to specialize and spread the stats around. That's what I'm sticking with at least . . .

Player Age Date MIN PTS AST REB Other:
Karl Malone 32 Feb 2 1996 40 27 10 15 2 steals, 8 FTA, 1 block, 47.8 fg%
Karl Malone 33 Feb 27 1997 41 32 10 13 3 steals, 7 FTA, 1 block, 54.2 fg%
Karl Malone 35 May 4 1999 37 29 10 12 1 steal, 9 FTA, 2 blocks, 84.6 fg%
John Stockton 39 Apr 28 2001 36 12 10 11 Playoff Game, only Jazz player to get triple double and lose
Andrei Kirilenko 24 Jan 17 2006 46 18 11 16 3 steals, 4 FTA, 4 blocks, 61.5 fg%
Andrei Kirilenko 26 Nov 30 2007 41 20 11 11 6 steals, 10 FTA, 4 blocks, 1 three
Carlos Boozer 26 Feb 13 2008 38 22 10 11 5 steals, 6 FTA, 53.9 fg%

Andrei missed out on the Triple Double / 5x5 by 1 block. I remember that game vividly. It was against the Toronto Raptors and AK-47 dominated, while Matt Harpring kept missing layups to prevent Andrei from getting the triple double. Eventually AK just started passing it to Greg Ostertag who was only sincerely blowing layups. Not doing them on purpose.

Anyway . . . which of our players CURRENT on the team do you think will be the threat to give us our 8th franchise Points / Assists / Rebounds triple double?

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