Candace Parker (11 points, 17 rebounds, 11 assists) (July 28, 2017)
The WNBA went through another brief hiatus from triple-doubles, though the Atlanta home crew tried to give us a couple in 2016 and one more on July 26, 2017. Just two nights after Layshia Clarendon had a triple-double rescinded, Candace Parker gave herself some padding to ensure hers would stand up.
Coming off their 2016 championship season, the Sparks were 15-6 and well on their back to the Playoffs to defend their throne. After a win in Seattle, the Sparks went on the road to San Antonio to take on the struggling 3-19 Stars.
The game was relatively close, but the Sparks put five in double figures, and Parker was dominant on the boards, pulling down 17 defensive rebounds in the most rebounds ever in a WNBA triple-double. She added 11 points and 11 assists for the second Sparks triple-double to help the Sparks to the 85-73 win.