Mr. Triple Double nearly gets his first NBA triple in Mav’s season finale

Kyle Collinsworth became known as “Mr. Triple Double” when he broke the NCAA single season and career triple double records during his time at BYU.  Now a key reserve for the Dallas Mavericks he nearly accomplished the feat once again in the NBA.  Registering career highs in minutes (44) and assists (8), he just missed the mark in last night’s season finale loss to the Suns.  Collinsworth did however record a double double with ten points and 11 rebounds.

Stat line for last night:

MIN: 44   FG: 4-13   3PT 0-2   FT 2-4   REB 11   AST 8   STL 1   BLK 0   TO 2   PF 2   PTS 10

Season Averages (in 32 games played):

MPG: 15.0   FG% .384   3P% .235   FT% .525   RPG 3.3   APG 1.8   BLKPG 0.3   STLPG 0.5   PFPG 1.4   TOPG 0.8   PPG 3.2

Collinsworth just completed the first year of his three-year contract with the Mavs.  He’ll spend some of the off-season in Utah where he will train, put on various camps, and continue to write and produce other content for his blog:

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