Denver Nuggets center Nikola Jokic is a special talent, and the 22-year-old *quickly* put his all-around skills on display during the team’s game against the Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday night.

Jokic recorded a triple-double… in the first half. Jokic had a triple-double in the game’s first 14 minutes, 33 seconds, good for the quickest triple-double in NBA history.

Jokic had this nasty no-look pass for one of the assists:

Again, this is a center. Entering the game, Jokic was already fourth among centers in NBA history in triple-doubles.

And this is Jokic’s second straight triple-double; he had one Tuesday night against the Spurs.

Jokic finished with 30 points, 17 assists, and 15 rebounds in the Nuggets’ 134-123 win over the Bucks. The third-year Serbian star has led Denver to a 32-26 record, which currently has them tied for the sixth-best record in the Western Conference.

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