With 35 points and 11 assists, Jrue Holiday collected his first career 35-point double-double in the Bucks’ 132-119 win over the Indiana Pacers on Monday.
Jrue Holiday second Bucks’ player this season with 35-point, 10-assist game
Holiday became the second Bucks player to score 35 or more points with 10 or more assists this season. Jevon Carter on November 9 in the Bucks’ double OT win over Oklahoma City had 36 points and 12 assists in that contest.
Holiday now has ten career games with 35+ points. The most assists he previously had in a 35-point game was eight.
Jrue became the 11th Bucks’ player in team history to have a 35-point double-double with 10 assists. It has now been done 18 times in team history. Leading the way is Kareem Abdul-Jabbar who had five games with 35+ points and 10 or more assists during his career with Milwaukee. Here are those Bucks’ players with 35-point, 10-assist games in team history.
Most 35-point, 10-assist games in Milwaukee history
1-Jevon Carter, Terry Cummings, Monta Ellis, Jrue Holiday, Sidney Moncrief, Oscar Robertson, Ramon Sessions, Brian Winters
While Oscar Robertson had only one 35-point, 10-assist game in his Bucks’ career, The Big “O” holds the NBA record for most career games with these stats at 121. A total of six players have 30 or more career games with 35 or more points and 10 or more assists in the same contest. The six: Oscar Robertson (121), James Harden (59), Tiny Archibald (43), Russell Westbrook (36), Jerry West (35) and Allen Iverson (30).
The next four players on the above list are all active players: LeBron James (29), Trae Young (28), Luka Doncic (27) and Damian Lillard (23).
There have been 12 players this season to collect a 35-point, 10-assist double-double. Doncic leads the group with eight such games. Nikola Jokic, Damian Lillard, Trae Young and Donovan Mitchell are the only other players with two such games this season.
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