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Tristan Thompson
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Tristan Thompson has recorded ten double-doubles this season (including five in his last seven games) which is already more than his double-double total during his rookie season.

Thompson's statistical output has us thinking...

Which Tristan Thompson double-double performance has been the most impressive?

- 12 points, 10 rebounds vs. Wizards

Thompson started the 2012-13 campaign in style, recording a double-double (12 points, 10 rebounds) in front of a packed house at The Q Home Opener.

The sophomore big not only controlled the paint, but also displayed an early improvement to his PASSING SKILLS as he dished out five assists.

The Cavaliers were +20 with Thompson on the floor this particular night and the forward propelled the Cavaliers to a 94-84 VICTORY against the Washington Wizards.

- 14 points, 10 rebounds at Bucks

Just three days before Christmas, Thompson gift-wrapped a 14 point, 10 rebound performance for the Wine and Gold faithful in leading the Cavaliers to a 94-82 ROAD VICTORY in Milwuakee.

The Bucks had no answer for the former University of Texas standout. Thompson was an efficient 6-of-8 from the floor and was extremely active at both ends, grabbing a season-high 12 defensive rebounds in 36 minutes.

With Thompson was PATROLLING THE PAINT, the Cavaliers were an astounding +25 on the scoreboard while he was on the floor.

- 17 points, 15 rebounds at Nets

In the Cavaliers LAST GAME IN 2012, Thompson notched a season-high 17 points and a season-high tying 15 rebounds in 36 minutes against Brooklyn.

THOMPSON was all over the floor, doing his best Anderson Varejao impression in grabbing nine offensive rebounds and blocking two shots.

On top of his workman-like effort, Thompson showed a soft touch from the charity stripe, knocking down 7-of-8 free-throw attempts.

- 15 points, 12 rebounds at Wizards

One game after his aforementioned Bucks' performance, Thompson led the Cavaliers to their SECOND STRAIGHT VICTORY by tallying 15 points and 12 rebounds.

Against Washington, not only did the former Longhorn go 5-of-9 FROM THE FLOOR, but he was 5-of-5 from the stripe –including an and-1 with 24 seconds to play to put the Cavaliers in front for good.