Not even Gary Payton did this.
But with 32 more rebounds, Cal senior Jorge Gutierrez would become just the 11th player in Pac-12 Conference history to accumulate career totals of at least 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 400 assists.
Gutierrez’s current numbers: 1,181 points, 468 rebounds, 404 assists.
There’s no guarantee Gutierrez gets the 32 rebounds he needs. The Bears have two regular-season games to play, then the Pac-12 tournament and, likely, the NCAAs. If that totals six games, for instance, he’d need to average 5.3 rebounds to get there.
Payton, the Oakland-born former Oregon State star, had spectacular college numbers, but didn’t get over the hump in all three categories: 2,172 points, 938 assists, but just 480 rebounds.
Here are the 10 current members of this exclusive club:
Donnie Boyce, Colorado: 1,995 points-644 rebounds-405 assists
Toby Bailey, UCLA : 1,846-670-458
Sean Elliott, Arizona: 2,555-808-451
Eddie House, ASU: 2,044-502-405
Luke Jackson, Oregon: 1,970-746-424
Ron Lee, Oregon: 2,085-580-572
Andre Miller, Utah: 1,618-643-721
Pooh Richardson, UCLA: 1,461-565-833
Luke Walton, Arizona: 1,179-662-582
Kyle Weaver, WSU: 1,162-570-465