Shumpert’s triple-double

Before Iman Shumpert did it on Tuesday against Virginia Tech, there were three triple-doubles in Georgia Tech history, the last done by Kenny Anderson against Pittsburgh in 1989.

Tech’s Triple-Doubles

*Jan. 25, 2011 – Iman Shumpert – 22 points, 12 rebounds, 11 assists vs. Virginia Tech

Dec. 28, 1989 – Kenny Anderson – 32 points, 12 rebounds, 18 assists vs. Pittsburgh

Nov. 20, 1987 – Dennis Scott – 17 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists vs. Alcorn State

Feb. 6, 1986 – Bruce Dalrymple – 14 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists vs. UNC Charlotte

ACC Triple-Doubles This season

*Jan. 25, 2011 – Iman Shumpert – 22 points, 12 rebounds, 11 assists vs. Virginia Tech

Nov. 14, 2010 – Chris Singleton (Florida State) – 22 points, 11 rebounds, 10 steals vs. UNC-Greensboro

Shumpert said he didn’t know he had accomplished the feat until assistant coach Darryl LaBarrie told him during a timeout that a triple-double wasn’t as good if the team didn’t win.

“I’m all smiles tonight,” he said after posting the first triple-double in ACC play in Tech history. Shumpert was just three steals away from posting a quadruple-double. He also had just one turnover in 38 minutes.

 

Other notes of interest, courtesy of Georgia Tech’s sports information department:

Georgia Tech’s Win Tonight Gives The Yellow Jackets…

…an end to their three-game losing streak in their series history vs. Virginia Tech

… a 187-153 record in 11 seasons under head coach Paul Hewitt

… a 3-4 record in January

… a 554-190 all-time record in Alexander Memorial Coliseum

… an all-time record of 1,249-1,096 in 95 seasons of basketball

Kammeon Holsey, r-Fr.

… made his seventh start in the last eight games; returned to action after missing the Virginia game with a stomach virgus

Daniel Miller, r-Fr.

… has started all 19 games this season

Mo Miller, Sr.

… played in  his 103rd career game tonight

… made his 10th consecutive start, and his 48th career start overall

… his first point tonight was the 600th of his career

… recorded his 317th career assist, which ties Jon Barry for the 13th-most in Tech history

Jason Morris, Fr.

… has played in all 19 career games

Brian Oliver, So.

… scored more than 17 points for the second time this season – he scored 32 earlier this season in the loss to Syracuse (which means he likes playing against zone defenses or orange uniforms)

… his fourth three-point field goal gave him six over the last two games

… his second rebound was the 150th of his career

… now has 99 career three-point field goals

Glen Rice, Jr., So.

… started for the eighth consecutive game; started for the 16th time this season, the 27th time in his career

… held to single-digit scoring for the second straight game after scoring at least 10 points in seven straight

Iman Shumpert, Jr.

… recorded the fourth triple-double in Georgia Tech history, the first since Kenny Anderson in 1989, and the first ever by a Tech player in an ACC game

… had a career-high 11 rebounds and pulled down double-digit rebounds for the third time in his career

… moved within two points of 950 career points

… his 11 assists were a season-high and his most since dishing out 12 against Penn State on Dec. 3, 2008

… his seven steals were a career-high

… had his best assist-to-turnover ratio this season at 11-to-1

… has scored at least 20 points three times in the last four games

… made his 42nd consecutive start and started for the 79th time overall

… scored in double figures for the 17th time in the last 18 games

Assists/Career

9. 446, Bruce Dalrymple          1984-87

10. 410, Jim Thorne                                1969-71

11. 346, Iman Shumpert 2009-

12. 319, John Salley                               1983-86

13. 317, Maurice Miller 2008-

13. 317, Jon Barry                  1991-92

15. 289, Duane Ferrell            1985-88

289, Matt Harpring            1995-98

17. 285, Dennis Scott             1988-90

Steals/Career

6. 176, Matt Harpring             1995-98

7. 174, Iman Shumpert 2009-

8. 173, Tony Akins                  1999-02

9. 168, Kenny Anderson         1990-91

10. 150, Dennis Scott             1988-90

11. 140, Brian Oliver               1987-90

12. 135, Jeremis Smith            2005-08

13. 129, Ismai’il Muhammad    2002-05

NR. 112, Maurice Miller 2008-

3-Point Field Goals/Career

14. 113, Kenny Anderson       1990-91

15. 108, T.J. Vines                  1998-01

16. 105, Brian Oliver               1987-90

17. 99, Brian Oliver 2010-

17. 93, Jarrett Jack                                2003-05

19. 92, Fred Vinson                 1992, ‘94

20. 91, Iman Shumpert 2009-

21. 88, Stephon Marbury        1995

22. 83, Will Bynum                  2004-05

– Doug Roberson, AJC

17 comments Add your comment

GTBob

January 26th, 2011
12:09 am

Shumpert was amazing tonight. He also had 7 steals and held Malcolm Delaney to 8 points by playing suffocating defense. It was one of the most impressive overall performances I have seen in a while.

Nickj0321

January 26th, 2011
12:11 am

Great job Shump.

Biff Pocoroba

January 26th, 2011
12:15 am

does it count since no one was there to see it?

Baby Baldino

January 26th, 2011
12:42 am

Hey Biff how to U(sic)GA do tonight?

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Dooner

January 26th, 2011
3:12 am

Gary Fenchak reports that McCollum enjoyed visiting GT and has been stressed out over all the attention from so many schools. Maybe considering ND and Clemson in addition to us. Hard look at Issack Black at RB out of Virginia. Also, looking at Burman Stovall. Hard hitter on defense.

D A DoubleU G

January 26th, 2011
8:04 am

Dooner

January 26th, 2011
10:07 am

Haven’t seen any film of Issack Black but if we can ge him and McCollum in the same backfield then lets see wo laughs at the triple option then. Va. and Kentucky have offered him but maybe we can get him. Stovall could be a boost but have heard he is a strong lean to Miss St. The only other hot prospect I know GT is after is N.U. Turpin but from all reports he is a shoo in for Navy.

Dooner

January 26th, 2011
10:13 am

We should have looked at Jim “splitter’ Hayes. Tough as nails and hard nosed and steady. Instead we let GSU and CFU get their foot in the door. These kids don’ have to have a bunch of danged stars to be great material. Dale Thomas is from the same area but we let Clemson snatch him and Chris Wilkes up.

Dooner

January 26th, 2011
11:21 am

Don’t think Black is the same type of runner than McCollum but he may be tougher in small yardage situations. He reportely may have some academic shortfalls as well. McCollum is great student wise and could have immediate impact as a leader. CPJ thinks he could be the key to next year as he woud get immediate playing time.

WeBallinBoys

January 26th, 2011
1:46 pm

Shumpert is playing like a better ballhandling version of Corey Brewer. If he continues to play like this he’s definitely going to leave early. He has ideal size, athleticism, and bball IQ. I just hope he continues to improve his 3pt shot if he decides to leave. That seems to be his only weakness if he wants to play SG in the NBA. He’s very reminiscent of Crittenton but he limited himself to only playing PG (which I think Shumpert is not).

goldallday

January 26th, 2011
7:53 pm

Great job by Shumpert.

Dooner

January 26th, 2011
10:59 pm

I am told it doesn’t look good regarding Black as Va. will probably get him. McCollum is apparently not thay solid with Clemson. Garnett thinks GT still has a shot at him. With most every major university after him, this would be a monumental catch for us. McCollum also can place kick and punt. He rewrote the record books at GN. This would likely be a saving grace for CPJ and his program to get McCollum.

Dooner

January 26th, 2011
11:23 pm

McCollum has been in touch with Tuitt. What gives with that? Hope ND doesn’t end up with both. Marvin’s brother Garnett thinks he will announce Friday at Hayes Corner. CPJ and CAG need to revisit him before then. Edna Holcomb said Marvin was wearing an Auburn cap this morning but she saw him tonght at Pizza Hut with a Clemson cap on. Garnett as wearing a GT cap and Katie had on a USC cap an a FSU sweat shirt. Hre we go again. Drama playing out before our very eyes.

Dooner

January 27th, 2011
9:40 am

Marvin was at Cracker Barrel this morning wearing a ND cap and a UGA hoodie. Garnett had an Oregon cap and a VT shirt on. Katie had a PSU cap and a OSU sweatshirt on. Marvin said he would announce tommorrow where he was going. He plans on doing it at Hayes Corner around 1 PM. Why doesn’t he just get it over with and whats with all these different school’s apparel? The McCollums were riding in a brand new Oldsmobile with a GT bumper sticker and Auburn pompoms on the antennae. Wonder how they got that car? NCAA may be interesed in finding out.

Dooner

January 27th, 2011
10:46 am

Katie told Edna the car was hers. They just laughed when asked about the caps and stuff. Katie liked CAG’s ring she said but the decision was his and his alone. Garnett and katie both wanted Marvin to go to GT but with practically all the major schools after him, Marvin said he wasn’t totally sure. Marvin said although he had verbally committed to Clemson he still might go elewhere. Indicated Auburn,Oregon,PSU,Florida and GT were all places he like. He said everyone would find out tommorrow at Hayes as he was ready to put this behind him and move on. He said he would pick which cap he would put on at 1 PM. Issack Black just signed with Va. and N. U. Turpin with Navy. No big suprise on either. We just need to get Marvin.

Dooner

January 27th, 2011
11:00 am

Garnett is driving a new Toyota! Said he BOUGHT it from Maria Fenell in Athens. Strange that 2 new cars show up right before the announcement tommorrow and Marvin is sporting a new Dell laptop. Something is fishy in Denmark.