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Two of UK’s Three Guards have Triple-Doubles

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The historical significance cannot be understated.

Entering this year, the only triple-double in UK history was Chris Mills’ 19 point, 10 rebound and 10 assist performance against Austin Peay in 1988.  De’Aaron Fox etched his name into the record book against Arizona State, and tonight Isaiah Briscoe became the third player Wildcat to record the elusive stat line.

“I was just playing hard,” Briscoe was humble after his record-setting SEC-opening victory.  “I give all of the credit to my teammates.”

The remaining guard without a triple-double, Malik Monk, fell back into a shooting rhythm.  Monk had 24 points at halftime and finished with 34 points on 11-of-16 shooting.  Could Monk be the third and final player in the backcourt to record a triple-double?

“I don’t see him doing more passing,” Briscoe said.  “But that’s not what we need him to do.  We need him to score the ball, that’s obvious.”

As long as he’s scoring more than 30 points a game, I don’t think anyone can disagree with Mr. Briscoe.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

4 Comments for Two of UK’s Three Guards have Triple-Doubles



  1. wildcat2012
    10:33 pm December 29, 2016 Permalink

    Dude it’s just getting pathetic now…. two of our guards have two of the 3 triple double in UK history. Just kinda sad now that you call yourself a professional and are wrong on so many posts. Not hard to get your crap together man. Try harder to do your easy job right please



  2. wildcat2012
    10:35 pm December 29, 2016 Permalink

    Sorry misread it. Good post, that’s on me.



  3. snarkster
    10:52 pm December 29, 2016 Permalink

    #10 – “She’s 7,” – So’s Ryan. 😀