4. Triple-Doubles (7) - 3rd All-time
As I wrote not long ago, Dejounte Murray will inevitably lead the Spurs in this category by the time his career is over. When that was published on November 5th, Murray was fourth all-time with five triple-doubles. Five weeks later, he's one away from tying Alvin Robertson for second with seven.
At this rate, Dejounte should hold second alone by the NBA All-Star Break and he could be on his way to catching David Robinson's 14 by the season's end.
I highly recommend checking out fellow Air Alamo writer Cal Durrett's piece on just how Dejounte is able to be a triple-double threat on a nightly basis. Murray's body type and hustle allow for his all-around game to shine, and he'll eventually be able to be proclaimed San Antonio's triple-double king, perhaps as early as next year.
If all goes according to plan, Dejounte Murray will continue his career in the Alamo City for years to come. That should eventually lead to some national recognition in the form of All-Star games and accolades. At the very least, he'll get some well-deserved attention in the city for his achievements.