PG- Jason Kidd still, Rondo is close
SG- Brandon Roy
PF- Lamar Odom
C- Brad Miller
PG-CP3 no stopping him and not on decline like Kidd. Had three more than Kidd last year and one less than LeBron for league lead. His rebounding numbers have gone up while pts and ast are easy to come by for him. Has a strong chance for quad-double with his steals. Rondo and Westbrook may put up a few more than Kidd this year too.
SG-Kobe so talented it all depends on what he wants to focus on during any given game.
SF-LeBron tops in the league.
PF-Pau could put up the ast or blk to get trip.
C-Dwight more likely to get the blk necessary than any other C
PG - Chris Paul then Rajon Rondo (very close)
SG - Brandon Roy then Joe Johnson (very close)\
SF - LeBron James (no competition)
PF - Kevin Love
C - Dwight (agree with the whole 10 blocks in a game)
yeah, i messed that one about cp3...but i went brad miller b/c assist
How can u leave off Wade. he gets more triple doubles than Johnson and Roy
pg: Kidd or Rondo
sg: Wade (this one is as easy as LeBron for sf)
pf: Kevin Love or still KG
PG: CP3 and Rondo
SG: Joe Johnson
SF: Lebron James
PF: Pau Gasol
C: Dwight Howard (kinda by default)
I dont think Igudolas a legit triple double threat....definitely not more so than Roy or Johnson
Also Shaq after Howard just because how well he passes out of the post and having a efficient scorer like Lebron and all those shooters
Iggy is a triple double threat more than Roy and Johnson...he rebounds better he sees the court very well and he will score. Big O is right.
Sg.Wade or Iggy
Sf.Lebron...no questio about that
Pf.Kg nnnn Kg lol
pf-Gasol(he should pass more with Bynum stepping up)
c-I guess Dwight
PG Paul, WEstbrook in near future
SG Iguodala-how you forget him 20/6/6 player
C if not D12 with his blocks then maybe Horford, he really can pass
Has Iguodala ever even had a triple double? I like him, but I don't think he has the people around him to help make that possible.
PG: Paul...he is automatic for the points and assists. I think he has also gotten 10 steals in a game before and he is a very good rebounder.
SG: Kobe...he has the talent around him to shine and if he is willing to concede some of the scoring load, I can see him likely putting up more well rounded numbers than he already does.
SF: Lebron...easiest pick
PF:Odom...even though he doesn't start, when he has a big game it's usually ridiculous. His best games number wise are always better than Pau's best ones.
C: Howard...As of right now I'm not sure there is any triple double threat at this position other than Greg Oden and he is more likely to put up a 10 pt, 10 reb, 10 blk game (which is still nice), but I would put my money on Howard and his freak athleticism.
As I had stated, has Iguodala ever had a triple double? Close is nice, but it's not the easiest feat to accomplish. No one writes down near triple doubles, but everyone remembers that Oscar Robertson averaged a triple double for a whole season. IMO he SHOULD Be one of those guys that you look at to always threaten with a triple double. I mention the teammates because he needs those guys to be able to score if he is creating for them. The points are there for him, but I don't believe that he's as active on the boards as he could be and I don't think he exerts himself enough on the defensive side of the ball to pick up double digits in steals or blocks.
I think Iguodala flirts with triple-doubles alot, but Joe Johnson certainly gets them more often, so I chose him. And you know I'd be the 1st person to Iguodala's side..