NBA 2010-11: Blake Griffin and 11 Stars That Averaged a Double-Double

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NBA 2010-11:  Blake Griffin and 11 Stars That Averaged a Double-Double
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Blake Griffin took the NBA by storm in his inaugural season and to no one’s surprise, went home with the prestigious Rookie of the Year award. 

And in winning the award, Griffin put forth mammoth stats to go along with his jaw dropping dunks.  He will, no doubt, have NBA fans in an absolute frenzy for years to come.

It’s refreshing to see young guns like this display a combination of superior talent and a high work ethic—something that has already vaulted Blake into superstar status.

Whether the young Griff is flying over cars or just other players, you can bet he’ll always be there to help his team win.

And last season, while doing just that, he was amongst the leaders in double-doubles.

A double-double is an individual player’s production over a single game that includes at least 10 of any two of the following major statistics:  points, assists, rebounds and more rarely, blocks or steals.

So where does Blake rank on this list of players that averaged a double-double over the 2010-11 season?

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