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Michael Jordan's Unbelievable Triple-Double Streak (10 in 11 Games)


In an experimental move by head coach Doug Collins, the Bulls moved Jordan to point guard for part of the season and as only Jordan can, he responded with 10 triples doubles in 11 games.

Michael Jordan recorded 10 or more points, rebounds and assists 28 times in the regular season, twice in the playoffs and he has the only triple-double ever in an All-Star Game.

In the 1988-89 season he had 15. including an incredible streak of 7 consecutive and 10 in 11 games that started on March 25, 1989. He needed 3 assists against Detroit Pistons to have 11 consecutive triple-doubles.

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