Récords NBA


Récords NBA

Anexo:Récords NBA

Estos son algunos de los récords en la historia de la NBA.

Contenido

Temporada regular

Partido

Wilt Chamberlain 72 Records de la NBA, 63 de los cuales los posee en solitario.[1]
  • Más minutos en un partido
  • Más puntos en un partido
  • Más puntos en una parte
  • Más puntos en un cuarto
  • Más puntos en una prórroga
  • Más tiros de campo anotados en un partido
  • Más tiros de campo intentados en un partido
  • Más tiros de campo anotados en una parte
  • Más tiros de campo intentados en una parte
  • Más tiros de campo anotados en un cuarto
  • Más tiros de campo intentados en un cuarto
  • 21 por Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors (vs. New York Knicks) el 2 de marzo de 1962 (4º cuarto)
Kobe Bryant esta empatado con Donyell Marshall por el record de mas tiros de tres puntos en un juego (12).
  • Más triples anotados en un partido
  • Más tiros de campo anotados en un partido sin fallo
  • Más triples intentados en un partido
  • Más triples anotados en un partido sin fallo
  • Más triples intentados en un partido sin anotar ninguno
  • Más triples anotados en una parte
  • Más tiros libres anotados en un partido
  • Más tiros libres anotados en un partido sin fallo
  • Más tiros libres intentados en un partido sin anotar ninguno
  • 11 por Shaquille O'Neal, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Seattle SuperSonics) el 8 de diciembre de 2000
  • Más tiros libres intentados en un partido
  • Más tiros libres anotados en una parte
  • Más tiros libres intentados en una parte
  • Más tiros libres anotados en un cuarto
  • Más tiros libres intentados en un cuarto
  • Más rebotes en un partido
  • Más asistencias en un partido
  • Más robos de balón en un partido
  • Más robos de balón en una parte
  • Más robos de balón en un cuarto
  • 8 por Fat Lever, Denver Nuggets (vs. Indiana Pacers) on March 9 1985
  • Más tapones en un partido
  • 17 por Elmore Smith, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Portland Trail Blazers) on October 28, 1973
  • Descalificación más rápida
  • 3 minutos por Bubba Wells, Dallas Mavericks (vs. Chicago Bulls) on December 29, 1997

Temporada

  • Más partidos
  • Mejor porcentaje de anotación
  • Mayor número de puntos
  • 4,029 por Wilt Chamberlain, 1961-62
  • Más partidos anotando 50 o más puntos
  • 45 por Wilt Chamberlain, 1961-62
  • Más partidos anotando 40 o más puntos
  • Más tiros de campo intentados
  • Más tiros de campo conseguidos
  • Mejor porcentaje de tiros de campo
  • Más tiros libres intentados
  • Más tiros libres conseguidos
  • 1.363 por Wilt Chamberlain (61.3 FT%), 1961-62
  • Mejor porcentaje de tiros libres
  • Más triples convertidos
  • Más triples intentados
  • Mejor porcentaje de tiros triples
  • 52.4% por Steve Kerr, 1994-95 (89 convertidos en 170 intentos)
  • Mayor promedio reboteador
  • 27,2 por Wilt Chamberlain, 1960-61
  • Más rebotes
  • 2.149 por Wilt Chamberlain, 1960-61
  • Mayor promedio en rebotes defensivos
  • Más rebotes defensivos
  • 1.111 por Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 1975-76
  • Mayor promedio en rebotes ofensivos
  • Más rebotes ofensivos
  • 587 por Moses Malone, 1978-79
  • Mayor promedio de asistencias
  • 14,5 por John Stockton, 1989-90
  • Más asistencias
  • Mayor promedio de robos de balón
  • 3,67 por Alvin Robertson, 1985-86
  • Más robos
  • Mayor promedido taponador
  • 5,56 por Mark Eaton, 1984-85
  • Más tapones
  • 456 por Mark Eaton, 1984-85
  • Único jugador en promediar un triple doble
  • Más tripes dobles
  • 41 por Oscar Robertson, 1961-62
  • Más faltas técnicas
  • Mas descalificaciones consecutivas

Carrera

  • Mas partidos
  • Mas partidos consecutivos
Michael Jordan mantiene el récord de mas temporadas liderando la liga en promedio de anotación (10) y el mayor promedio de anotación en la carrera (30.12 ppj).
  • Mayor cantidad de puntos por partido en promedio
  • 30,12 por Michael Jordan
  • Mayor cantidad de puntos
  • Mayor cantidad de temporadas liderando la liga en anotacion
  • 11 por Michael Jordan
  • Mayor cantidad de temporadas liderando la liga en puntos por partido
  • 10 por Michael Jordan
  • Mayor cantidad de temporadas liderando la liga en anotacion, consecutivas
  • 7 por Wilt Chamberlain (1959-60-1965-66)
  • 7 por Michael Jordan (1986-87-1992-93)
  • Mas "60 puntos por partido"
  • 32 por Wilt Chamberlain
  • Mas "50 puntos por partido"
  • 118 by Wilt Chamberlain
  • Mas "40 puntos por partido"
  • 271 por Wilt Chamberlain
  • Mas "30 puntos por partido"
  • 563 por Michael Jordan [cita requerida]
  • Mas "20 puntos por partido"
  • Mas "10 puntos por partido"
  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
  • Mas "50 puntos por partido" consecutivos
  • 7 por Wilt Chamberlain, desde December 16, 1961–December 29, 1961
  • Mas "40 puntos por partido" consecutivos
  • 14 por Wilt Chamberlain, desde December 8, 1961–December 30, 1961
  • 14 por Wilt Chamberlain, desde January 11, 1962–February 1, 1962[4]
  • Mas "30 puntos por partido" consecutivos
  • 65 por Wilt Chamberlain, desde November 4, 1961–February 22, 1962
  • Mas "20 puntos por partido" consecutivos
  • 126 por Wilt Chamberlain desde October 19, 1961–January 19, 1963
  • Mas "10 puntos por partido" consecutivos
  • 866 por Michael Jordan desde March 25, 1986–December 26, 2001
  • Mas tiros de campo realizados
  • 15,837 por Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
  • Mas temporadas liderando la liga en tiros de campo anotados
  • 10 por Michael Jordan
  • Mas temporadas liderando la liga en tiros de campo anotados consecutivos
  • 7 por Wilt Chamberlain (1959-60-1965-66)
  • 7 por Michael Jordan (1986-87-1992-93)
  • Mas tiros de campo anotados
  • 28,307 por Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
  • Más temporadas liderando la liga en tiros de campo anotados
  • 9 por Michael Jordan
  • Más temporadas liderando la liga en tiros de campo intentados
  • 7 por Wilt Chamberlain (1959-60-1965-66)
  • Mejor porcentaje de tiros de campo
  • Mas temporadas liderando la liga em pocentaje de tiros de campo
  • 9 por Wilt Chamberlain
  • 9 por Shaquille O'Neal
  • Mas tiros de campo consecutivos
  • 35 por Wilt Chamberlain desde Febrero 17, 1967-Febrero 28, 1967
  • Ma tiros libres logrados
  • Mas temporadas liderando la liga en tiros libre
  • 8 por Karl Malone
  • Mas tiros libres consecutivos
  • Mas tiros libres intentados
  • 13,188 por Karl Malone
  • Mas temporadas liderando la liga en tiros libres intentados
  • 9 por Wilt Chamberlain
  • Mejor porcentaje de tiros libres
  • Mas temporadas liderando la liga en porcentaje de tiros libres
  • Mas triples realizados
  • Mas triples intentados
  • 6,486 por Reggie Miller
  • Mas juegos consecutivos con un triple convertido
  • 89 por Dana Barros, desde December 23, 1994 hasta January 10, 1996 (58 games in 1994-95; 31 games in 1995-96)
  • Most consecutive three point field goals made
  • 13 by Brent Price from January 15–January 19, 1996
  • 13 by Terry Mills from December 4-December 7, 1996
  • Most rebounds
  • Highest rebounds per game average
  • 22.9 by Wilt Chamberlain
  • Most seasons leading league in rebounds
  • 11 by Wilt Chamberlain
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league in rebounds
  • Most offensive rebounds
  • Highest rebounds per game average
  • 5.1 by Moses Malone
  • Most seasons leading league in offensive rebounds
  • 8 by Moses Malone
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league in offensive rebounds
  • 6 by Moses Malone
  • Most defensive rebounds
  • 10,452 by Moses Malone
  • Highest defensive rebounds per game average
  • Most seasons leading league in defensive rebounds
  • Most consecutive seasons leading in defensive rebounds
  • 5 by Kevin Garnett
  • Most assists
  • Highest assists per game average
  • Most steals
  • 3,265 by John Stockton
  • Highest steals per game average
  • Most seasons leading league in steals
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league in steals
  • Most blocks
  • Highest blocks per game average
  • Most seasons leading league in blocks
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league in blocks
  • Most triple-doubles
  • Most consecutive triple-doubles
  • 9 by Wilt Chamberlain, March 8–March 20, 1968

Playoffs records

Playoffs game

  • Most minutes in a game
  • 67 by Red Rocha, Syracuse Nationals vs. the Boston Celtics on March 21, 1953 (4 OT)
  • 67 by Paul Seymour, Syracuse Nationals vs. the Boston Celtics on March 21, 1953 (4 OT)
  • Most points in a game
  • Most points in a half
  • Most points in a quarter
  • Most points in an overtime period
  • 13 by Clyde Drexler, Portland Trail Blazers vs. the Los Angeles Lakers on April 29, 1992
  • Most field goals made in a game
  • Most field goals attempted in a game
  • Most field goals made in a half
  • 16 by Dave Bing, Detroit Pistons vs. the Boston Celtics, April 1, 1968
  • Most field goals attempted in a half
  • 25 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors vs. the Syracuse Nationals on March 22, 1962
  • 25 by Elgin Baylor, Los Angeles Lakers vs. the Boston Celtics on April 14, 1962
  • 25 by Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls vs. the Cleveland Cavaliers on May 1, 1988 (1st half)
  • Most field goals made in a quarter
  • 12 by Eric Floyd, Golden State Warriors vs. vs. the Los Angeles Lakers on May 10, 1987 (4th quarter)
  • Most field goals attempted in a quarter
  • 17 by Rick Barry, San Francisco Warriors vs. the Philadelphia 76ers on April 14, 1967
  • Most consecutive field goals made
  • 13 by Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls (vs. Los Angeles Lakers) on June 5, 1991[cita requerida]
  • Most three point field goals made in a game
  • Most three point field goals attempted in a game
  • 17 by Rex Chapman, Phoenix Suns (vs. Seattle SuperSonics) on April 25, 1997
  • Most three point field goals made in a half
  • 8 by Vince Carter, Toronto Raptors (vs. Philadelphia 76ers) on May 11, 2001
  • Most three point field goals attempted in a half
  • Most free throws made in a game
  • 30 by Bob Cousy, Boston Celtics vs. the Syracuse Nationals on March 21, 1953 (4 OT)
Shaquille O'Neal holds the NBA playoff records for most free throws attempted in a half and game.
  • Most free throws attempted in a game
  • Most free throws made in a half
  • Most free throws attempted in a half
  • 27 by Shaquille O'Neal, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Portland Trail Blazers) on May 20, 2000
  • Most free throws made in a quarter
  • 13 by Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls (vs. Detroit Pistons) on May 21, 1991
  • Most free throws attempted in a quarter
  • 25 por Shaquille O'Neal, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Portland Trail Blazers) el May 20, 2000
  • Most rebounds in a game
  • 41 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia 76ers vs. the Boston Celtics on April 5, 1967
  • Most rebounds in a half
  • 26 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia 76ers vs. the San Francisco Warriors on April 16, 1967 (? half)
  • Most rebounds in a quarter
  • 19 by Bill Russell, Boston Celtics vs. the Los Angeles Lakers on April 18, 1962
  • Most offensive rebounds in a game
  • 15 by Moses Malone, Houston Rockets vs. the Washington Bullets on April 21, 1977 (OT)
  • Most assists in a game
  • 24 by Magic Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers vs. the Phoenix Suns on May 15, 1984
  • 24 by John Stockton, Utah Jazz vs. the Los Angeles Lakers on May 17, 1988
  • Most assists in a half
  • 15 by Magic Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers vs. the Portland Trail Blazers on May 3, 1985 (? half)
  • 15 by Doc Rivers, Atlanta Hawks vs. the Boston Celtics on May 16, 1988 (? half)
  • 15 by Steve Nash, Phoenix Suns vs. the Los Angeles Lakers on April 29, 2007 (1st half)
  • Most assists in a quarter
  • 11 by John Stockton, Utah Jazz vs. the San Antonio Spurs on May 5, 1994 (4th quarter)
  • Most steals in a game
  • Most blocks in a game
  • 10 by Mark Eaton, Utah Jazz (vs. Houston Rockets) on April 26, 1985
  • 10 by Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston Rockets (vs. Los Angeles Lakers) on April 29, 1990

Playoff series

  • Most points per game in a NBA Playoff series
  • 3-game series
  • 4-game series
  • Most points - 150 by Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston Rockets (vs. Dallas Mavericks), 1988 (37.5 ppg)
  • Most field goals made - 65 by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Milwaukee Bucks (vs. Chicago Bulls), 1974
  • Most field goals attempted - 123 by Tracy McGrady, Orlando Magic (vs. Milwaukee Bucks), 2001
  • Most three point field goals made - 17 by Damon Jones, Miami Heat (vs. New Jersey Nets), 2005
  • Most three point field goals attempted - 42 by Nick Anderson, Orlando Magic (vs. Philadelphia 76ers), 1999
  • Highest three point field goal percentage (min. 8 attempts) - 81.8% by Bob Hansen, Utah Jazz (vs. Portland Trail Blazers), 1988
  • Most free throws made - 51 by Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Sacramento Kings), 2001
  • Most free throws attempted - 68 by Shaquille O'Neal, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. New Jersey Nets), 2002
  • Highest free throw percentage (min. 20 attempts) -
  • Most rebounds - 118 by Bill Russell, Boston Celtics (vs. Minneapolis Lakers), 1959 (29.5 rpg)
  • Most offensive rebounds - 27 by Moses Malone, Philadelphia 76ers (vs. Los Angeles Lakers), 1983
  • Most assists - 57 by Magic Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Phoenix Suns), 1989 (14.3 apg)
  • Most steals - 17 by Lionel Hollins, Portland Trail Blazers (vs. Los Angeles Lakers), 1977
  • Most blocks - 23 by Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston Rockets (vs. Los Angeles Lakers), 1990
  • 5-game series
  • Most points - 226 by Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls (vs. Cleveland Cavaliers), 1988 (45.2 ppg)
  • Most field goals made - 86 by Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls (vs. Philadelphia 76ers), 1990
  • Most field goals attempted - 162 by Allen Iverson, Philadelphia 76ers (vs. Los Angeles Lakers), 2001
  • Most three point field goals made - 22 by Rex Chapman, Phoenix Suns (vs. Seattle SuperSonics), 1997
  • Most three point field goals attempted - 48 by Rex Chapman, Phoenix Suns (vs. Seattle SuperSonics), 1997
  • Highest three point field goal percentage (min. 10 attempts) - 80.0% by Byron Scott, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Golden State Warriors), 1991
  • Most free throws made - 62 by Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati Royals (vs. Philadelphia Warriors), 1964
  • Most free throws attempted - 79 by Karl Malone, Utah Jazz (vs. Los Angeles Clippers), 1992
  • Highest free throw percentage (min. 25 attempts) -
  • Most rebounds - 160 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia 76ers (vs. Boston Celtics), 1967 (32.0 rpg)
  • Most offensive rebounds - 36 by Larry Smith, Golden State Warriors (vs. Los Angeles Lakers), 1987
  • Most assists - 85 by Magic Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Portland Trail Blazers), 1985 (17.0 apg)
  • Most steals - 21 by Micheal Ray Richardson, New Jersey Nets (vs. Philadelphia 76ers), 1984; by Baron Davis, Charlotte Hornets (vs. New Jersey Nets), 2002
  • Most blocks - 31 by Dikembe Mutombo, Denver Nuggets (vs. Seattle SuperSonics), 1994
  • 6-game series
Tim Duncan holds the record for most blocks in a 6-game series.
  • Most points - 278 by Jerry West, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Baltimore Bullets), 1965 (46.3 ppg)
  • Most field goals made - 101 by Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls (vs. Phoenix Suns), 1993
  • Most field goals attempted - 235 by Rick Barry, San Francisco Warriors (vs. Philadelphia 76ers), 1967
  • Most three point field goals made - 21 by Derek Fisher, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Minnesota Timberwolves), 2003
  • Most three point field goals attempted - 46 by Gilbert Arenas, Washington Wizards (vs. Cleveland Cavaliers), 2006
  • Highest three point field goal percentage (min. 12 attempts) - 66.7% by Danny Ainge, Phoenix Suns (vs. Chicago Bulls), 1993
  • Most free throws made - 86 by Jerry West, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Baltimore Bullets), 1965
  • Most free throws attempted - 97 by Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat (vs. Dallas Mavericks), 2006
  • Highest free throw percentage (min. 25 attempts) -
  • Most rebounds - 171 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia 76ers (vs. San Francisco Warriors), 1967 (28.5 rpg)
  • Most offensive rebounds - 46 by Moses Malone, Houston Rockets (vs. Boston Celtics), 1981
  • Most assists - 90 by Johnny Moore, San Antonio Spurs (vs. Los Angeles Lakers), 1983 (15.0 apg)
  • Most steals - 19 by Rick Barry, Golden State Warriors (vs. Seattle SuperSonics), 1975
  • Most blocks - 32 by Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs (vs. New Jersey Nets), 2003
  • 7-game series
  • Most points - 284 by Elgin Baylor, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Boston Celtics), 1962 (40.6 ppg)
  • Most field goals made - 113 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors (vs. St. Louis Hawks), 1964
  • Most field goals attempted - 235 by Elgin Baylor, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Boston Celtics), 1962
  • Most three point field goals made - 28 by Dennis Scott, Orlando Magic (vs. Indiana Pacers), 1995; by Ray Allen, Milwaukee Bucks (vs. Philadelphia 76ers), 2001
  • Most three point field goals attempted - 65 by Dennis Scott, Orlando Magic (vs. Indiana Pacers), 1995
  • Highest three point field goal percentage (min. 12 attempts) - 61.1% by Brian Shaw, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Portland Trail Blazers), 2000 (11/18)
  • Most free throws made - 83 by Dolph Schayes, Syracuse Nationals (vs. Boston Celtics), 1959
  • Most free throws attempted - 100 by Charles Barkley, Philadelphia 76ers (vs. Milwaukee Bucks), 1986
  • Highest free throw percentage (min. 25 attempts) -
  • Most rebounds - 220 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia 76ers (vs. Boston Celtics), 1965 (31.4 rpg)
  • Most offensive rebounds - 45 by Wes Unseld, Washington Bullets (vs. San Antonio Spurs), 1979; by Dikembe Mutombo, Philadelphia 76ers (vs. Milwaukee Bucks), 2001
  • Most assists - 115 by John Stockton, Utah Jazz (vs. Los Angeles Lakers), 1988 (16.4 apg)
  • Most steals - 28 by John Stockton, Utah Jazz (vs. Los Angeles Lakers), 1988
  • Most blocks - 38 by Dikembe Mutombo, Denver Nuggets (vs. Utah Jazz), 1994

Playoffs career

  • Most games
  • Most minutes
  • Most points
  • 5,987 by Michael Jordan
  • Highest points per game average (min. 25 games)
  • Most 50 point games
  • 8 by Michael Jordan
  • Most 40 point games[cita requerida]
  • 38 by Michael Jordan
  • Most 30 point games[cita requerida]
  • 109 by Michael Jordan
  • Most 20 point games
  • 173 by Michael Jordan
  • Most 10 point games
  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
  • Only player to Score 15 or more points in all games (min. 25 games)
  • Michael Jordan (179 games)
  • Only player to record consecutive 50 point games
  • Michael Jordan recorded 50 and 55 points for the Chicago Bulls in games 1 and 2 of the 1988 First Round Playoffs vs. the Cleveland Cavaliers (April 28, 1988–May 1, 1988).
  • Most consecutive 45 point games
  • 3 by Michael Jordan (May 9-May 13, 1990)
  • Most consecutive 40 point games
  • Most consecutive 30 point games
  • Most consecutive 20 point games
  • 60 by Michael Jordan (June 2, 1989–May 11, 1993).
  • Most consecutive 15 point games
  • 179 by Michael Jordan.
  • Most consecutive 10 point games
  • 179 by Michael Jordan. This streak entails every playoff game in Jordan's career.
  • Most field goals made
  • Most field goals attempted
  • 4,497 by Michael Jordan
  • Most three point field goals made
  • Most three point field goals attempted
  • 820 by Reggie Miller
  • Highest three point field goal percentage (min. 100 attempts)
  • 45.1% by B.J. Armstrong (51 made in 113 attempts)
  • Most free throws made
  • 1,463 by Michael Jordan
  • Most free throws attempted
  • 2,177 by Shaquille O'Neal
  • Highest free throw percentage (min. 250 attempts)
  • Most consecutive free throws made
  • Most rebounds
  • Highest rebounds per game average (min. 25 games)
  • 24.9 by Bill Russell
  • Most offensive rebounds
  • 818 by Shaquille O'Neal
  • Most assists
  • Highest assists per game average (min. 25 games)
  • 12.3 by Magic Johnson
  • Most steals
  • Highest steals per game average (min. 25 games)
  • Most blocks
  • 476 by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
  • Highest blocks per game average (min. 25 games)
  • 3.3 by Hakeem Olajuwon

NBA Finals records

NBA Finals game

  • Most minutes played in a game
  • Most minutes played in a game with no turnovers
  • 59 by Dan Majerle, Phoenix Suns (at Chicago Bulls) on June 13, 1993 (3 OT)
  • Most points in a game
  • Most points in a half
  • 35 by Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls (vs. Portland Trail Blazers) on June 3, 1992 (1st half)
  • Most points in a quarter
  • 25 by Isiah Thomas, Detroit Pistons (at Los Angeles Lakers) on June 19, 1988 (3rd quarter)
  • Most field goals made in a game
  • Most field goals attempted in a game
  • 48 by Rick Barry, San Francisco Warriors (vs. Philadelphia 76ers) on April 18, 1967
  • Most field goals made in a half
  • 14 by Isiah Thomas, Detroit Pistons (at Los Angeles Lakers) on June 19, 1988 (2nd half)
  • 14 by Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls (vs. Portland Trail Blazers) on June 3, 1992 (1st half)
  • 14 by Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls (vs. Phoenix Suns) on June 16, 1993 (1st half)
  • Most field goals attempted in a half
  • 25 by Elgin Baylor, Los Angeles Lakers (at Boston Celtics) on April 14, 1962
  • Most field goals made in a quarter
  • 11 by Isiah Thomas, Detroit Pistons (at Los Angeles Lakers) on June 19, 1988 (3rd quarter)
  • Most consecutive field goals made
  • 13 by Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls (vs. Los Angeles Lakers) on June 5, 1991 [cita requerida]
  • Most three point field goals made in a game
  • Most three point field goals attempted in a game
  • 12 by Nick Anderson, Orlando Magic (vs. Houston Rockets) on June 11, 1995
  • Most three point field goals made in a half
  • 6 by Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls (vs. Portland Trail Blazers) on June 3, 1992 (1st half)
  • 6 by Kenny Smith, Houston Rockets (vs. Orlando Magic) on June 7, 1995 (1st half)
  • Most three point field goals attempted in a half
Dwyane Wade holds the record for most free throws made in an NBA Finals game (21).
  • Most free throws made in a game
  • Most free throws attempted in a game
  • Most free throws made in a half
  • 13 by Shaquille O'Neal, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Indiana Pacers) on June 9, 2000
  • Most free throws attempted in a half
  • 22 by Shaquille O'Neal, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Indiana Pacers) on June 9, 2000
  • Most free throws made in a quarter
  • 9 by Frank Ramsey, Boston Celtics (vs. Minneapolis Lakers), April 4, 1959
  • 9 by Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls (vs. Utah Jazz) on June 11, 1997
  • 9 by Shaquille O'Neal, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Indiana Pacers) on June 9, 2000
  • 9 by Austin Croshere, Indiana Pacers (vs. Los Angeles Lakers) on June 16, 2000
  • 9 by Allen Iverson, Philadelphia 76ers (vs. Los Angeles Lakers) on June 10, 2001
  • Most free throws attempted in a quarter
  • 16 by Shaquille O'Neal, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Indiana Pacers) on June 9, 2000
  • 16 by Shaquille O'Neal, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. New Jersey Nets) on June 5, 2002
  • Most rebounds in a game
  • Most rebounds in a half
  • 26 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia 76ers (vs. San Francisco Warriors) on April 16, 1967
  • Most rebounds in a quarter
  • 19 by Bill Russell, Boston Celtics (vs. Los Angeles Lakers) on April 18, 1962
  • Most offensive rebounds in a game
  • Most assists in a game
  • Most assists in a half
  • 14 by Magic Johnson , Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Detroit Pistons) on June 19, 1988
  • Most turnovers in a game
  • 10 by Magic Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Philadelphia 76ers) on May 14, 1980 (rookie)

NBA Finals series

  • Most points per game in an NBA Championship series
  • 41.0 by Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls (vs. Phoenix Suns), 1993
  • Only players to score 30 points in all games of an NBA Championship series
  • Elgin Baylor, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Boston Celtics), 1962 (7 games)
  • Rick Barry, San Francisco Warriors (vs. Philadelphia 76ers), 1967 (6 games)
  • Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls (vs. Phoenix Suns), 1993 (6 games)
  • Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston Rockets (vs. Orlando Magic), 1995 (4 games)
  • Shaquille O'Neal, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Indiana Pacers), 2000 (6 games)
  • 4-game series
  • Most points - 145 by Shaquille O'Neal, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. New Jersey Nets), 2002 (36.3 ppg)
  • Most field goals made - 56 by Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston Rockets (vs. Orlando Magic), 1995
  • Most field goals attempted - 116 by Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston Rockets (vs. Orlando Magic), 1995
  • Highest three point field goal percentage - 66.7% by Derek Fisher, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. New Jersey Nets), 2002
  • Most rebounds - 118 by Bill Russell, Boston Celtics (vs. Minneapolis Lakers), 1959 (29.5 rpg)
  • Most offensive rebounds - 27 by Moses Malone, Philadelphia 76ers (vs. Los Angeles Lakers), 1983
  • Most assists - 51 by Bob Cousy, Boston Celtics (vs. Minneapolis Lakers), 1959 (12.8 apg)
  • Most steals - 14 by Rick Barry, Golden State Warriors (vs. Washington Bullets), 1975
  • 5-game series
  • Most points - 178 by Allen Iverson, Philadelphia 76ers (vs. Los Angeles Lakers), 2001 (35.6 ppg)
  • Most field goals made - 66 by Allen Iverson, Philadelphia 76ers (vs. Los Angeles Lakers), 2001 (40.7% FG)
  • Most field goals attempted - 162 by Allen Iverson, Philadelphia 76ers (vs. Los Angeles Lakers), 2001
  • Most three point field goals made - 11 by Isiah Thomas, Detroit Pistons (vs. Portland Trail Blazers), 1990, and Allen Iverson, Philadelphia 76ers (vs. Los Angeles Lakers), 2001
  • Most three point field goals attempted - 39 by Allen Iverson, Philadelphia 76ers (vs. Los Angeles Lakers), 2001
  • Highest three point field goal percentage - 68.8% by Isiah Thomas, Detroit Pistons (vs. Portland Trail Blazers), 1990
  • Highest free throw percentage - 100% by Vlade Divac, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Chicago Bulls), 1991, and Bill Laimbeer, Detroit Pistons (vs. Portland Trail Blazers), 1990
  • Most rebounds - 144 by Bill Russell, Boston Celtics (vs. St. Louis Hawks), 1961 (28.8 rpg)
  • Most offensive rebounds - 31 by Shaquille O'Neal, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Philadelphia 76ers), 2001
  • Most assists - 62 by Magic Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Chicago Bulls), 1991 (12.4 apg)
  • Most steals - 14 by Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls (vs. Los Angeles Lakers), 1991
  • Most blocks - 17 by Shaquille O'Neal, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Philadelphia 76ers), 2001
  • 6-game series
  • Most points - 246 by Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls (vs. Phoenix Suns), 1993 (41.0 ppg)
  • Most field goals made - 101 by Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls (vs. Phoenix Suns), 1993 (50.8% FG)
  • Most field goals attempted - 235 by Rick Barry, San Francisco Warriors (vs. Philadelphia 76ers), 1967
  • Most three point field goals made - 22 by Ray Allen, Boston Celtics (vs. Los Angeles Lakers), 2008
  • Most three point field goals attempted - 41 by Jason Terry, Dallas Mavericks (vs. Miami Heat), 2006
  • Highest three point field goal percentage - 66.7% by Danny Ainge, Phoenix Suns (vs. Chicago Bulls), 1993
  • Highest free throw percentage - 97.8% by Reggie Miller, Indiana Pacers (vs. Los Angeles Lakers), 2000
  • Most rebounds - 171 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia 76ers (vs. San Francisco Warriors), 1967 (28.5 rpg)
  • Most offensive rebounds - 46 by Moses Malone, Houston Rockets (vs. Boston Celtics), 1981
  • Most assists - 84 by Magic Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Boston Celtics), 1985 (14.0 apg)
  • Most steals - 16 by Julius Erving, Philadelphia 76ers (vs. Portland Trail Blazers), 1977; Magic Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Philadelphia 76ers), 1980; Larry Bird, Boston Celtics (vs. Houston Rockets), 1986; and Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat (vs. Dallas Mavericks), 2006
  • Most blocks - 32 by Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs (vs. New Jersey Nets), 2003
  • 7-game series
  • Most points - 284 by Elgin Baylor, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Boston Celtics), 1962 (40.6 ppg)
  • Most field goals made - 101 by Elgin Baylor, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Boston Celtics), 1962 (43.0% FG)
  • Most field goals attempted - 235 by Elgin Baylor, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Boston Celtics), 1962
  • Highest three point field goal percentage - 48.4% by Robert Horry, San Antonio Spurs (vs. Detroit Pistons), 2005
  • Highest free throw percentage - 95.9% by Bill Sharman, Boston Celtics (vs. St. Louis Hawks), 1958 (30 made in 31 attempts)
  • Most rebounds - 189 by Bill Russell, Boston Celtics (vs. Los Angeles Lakers), 1962 (27.0 rpg)
  • Most assists - 95 by Magic Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Boston Celtics), 1984 (13.6 apg)
  • Most steals - 20 by Isiah Thomas, Detroit Pistons (vs. Los Angeles Lakers), 1988
  • Most blocks - 30 by Patrick Ewing, New York Knicks (vs. Houston Rockets), 1994

NBA Finals career

  • Most points
  • 1,679 by Jerry West
  • Highest points per game average (min. 10 games)
  • 36.3 by Rick Barry (10 games)
  • Most field goals made
  • 612 by Jerry West
  • Most field goals attempted
  • 1,333 by Jerry West
  • Most three point field goals made
  • 53 by Robert Horry
  • Most three point field goals attempted
  • 135 by Robert Horry
  • Highest three point field goal percentage (min. 40 attempts)
  • Most free throws made
  • 455 by Jerry West
  • Most free throws attempted
  • 551 by Jerry West
  • Highest free throw percentage (min. 100 attempts)
  • 92.6% by Bill Sharman (126 made in 136 attempts)
  • Most 40 point games
  • Most 30 point games
  • 27-33 by Jerry West
  • Most 20 point games
  • 49 by Jerry West
  • Most consecutive 40 point games
  • 4 by Michael Jordan (June 11-18, 1993)
  • Most consecutive 30 point games
  • 13 by Elgin Baylor (April 9, 1959- April 21, 1963)
  • Most consecutive 20 point games
  • 35 by Michael Jordan (June 2, 1991-June 14, 1998)
  • Only player to score 20 or more points in all games (min. 15 games)
  • Michael Jordan (35 games)
  • Most rebounds
  • 1,718 by Bill Russell
  • Highest rebounds per game average (min. 10 games)
  • 24.6 by Wilt Chamberlain (35 games)
  • Most offensive rebounds
  • 124 by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
  • Most assists
  • Highest assists per game average (min. 10 games)
  • 11.7 by Magic Johnson (50 games)
  • Most steals
  • 102 by Magic Johnson
  • Most blocks
  • 116 by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

Rookie/Age-related records

  • Most points per game by a rookie
  • Most rebounds per game by a rookie
  • 27.0 by Wilt Chamberlain, 1959-60
  • Most assists per game by a rookie
  • 10.6 by Mark Jackson, 1987-88
  • Most steals per game by a rookie
  • Most blocks per game by a rookie
  • Most points in a game by a rookie
  • 58 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors (vs. Detroit Pistons) on January 25, 1960
  • 58 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors (at New York Knicks) on February 21, 1960
  • Most rebounds in a game by a rookie
  • 45 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors (vs. Syracuse Nationals) on February 6, 1960
  • Most assists in a game by a rookie
  • Most steals in a game by a rookie
  • 10 by Ron Harper, Cleveland Cavaliers (vs. Philadelphia 76ers) on March 10, 1987
  • Most blocks in a game by a rookie
  • 15 by Manute Bol, Washington Bullets (vs. Atlanta Hawks) on January 25, 1986
LeBron James set NBA records for youngest player to record a triple-double, score more than 50 points, and score 10,000 points.
  • Youngest/oldest player to record a Triple-Double
  • Most consecutive games with 40 or more points by a rookie
  • 5 by Allen Iverson in 1997
  • Only players averaging 20+ points 5+ assists and 5+ rebounds as a rookie
  • Only player averaging 30+ points and 20+ rebounds as a rookie
  • Youngest player to score 50 or more points in a game
  • LeBron James scored 56 points for the Cleveland Cavaliers against the Toronto Raptors at the age of 20 years, 80 days.
  • Oldest player to score 50 or more points in a game
  • Michael Jordan is the oldest player to score 50 or more points in a game, doing so with 51 points for the Washington Wizards vs. the New Orleans Hornets at the age of 38 years, 315 days.
  • Oldest player to score 40 or more points in a game
  • Michael Jordan is the oldest player and only 40-year-old player to score 40 or more points in a game, doing so with 43 points for the Washington Wizards vs. the New Jersey Nets at the age of Plantilla:Age in years and days. However, he would go on to register 40 point games at older ages.
  • Youngest player to reach
  • 1,000 Points - LeBron James (19 Years, 41 days)
  • 5,000 Points - LeBron James (21 Years, 22 days)
  • 10,000 Points - LeBron James (Plantilla:Age in years and days) on February 27, 2008
  • 15,000 Points - Kobe Bryant (27 Years, 136 days)
  • 20,000 Points - Kobe Bryant (Plantilla:Age in years and days) on December 23, 2007
  • 25,000 Points - Wilt Chamberlain (Plantilla:Age in years and days) on February 23, 1968
  • 30,000 Points - Wilt Chamberlain (Plantilla:Age in years and days) on February 16, 1972
  • Fewest games played to reach 15,000 points
  • 358 by Wilt Chamberlain
  • Fewest games played to reach 20,000 points
  • 499 by Wilt Chamberlain
  • Fewest games played to reach 25,000 points
  • 691 by Wilt Chamberlain. He recorded his 25,000th point on February 23, 1968 for the Los Angeles Lakers against the Detroit Pistons.
  • Fewest games played to reach 30,000 points
  • 941 by Wilt Chamberlain. He recorded his 30,000th point on February 16, 1972 for the Los Angeles Lakers against the Phoenix Suns.
  • Youngest All-Star Game MVP
  • LeBron James (Plantilla:Age in years and days)
  • Youngest Slam Dunk Champion (All-Star weekend)
  • Kobe Bryant (Plantilla:Age in years and days)
  • Youngest player to receive All-NBA First Team honors
  • LeBron James (21 Years, 138 days)
  • Youngest player to play a game
  • Andrew Bynum (Plantilla:Age in years and days)
  • Youngest player to start a game
  • Kobe Bryant (Plantilla:Age in years and days)
  • Oldest player to start a game
  • Robert Parish (43 Years, 231 days)

Team records

Game

All records in this section pertain to shot-clock era.

  • Longest game
  • The longest NBA game occurred on January 6 1951 between the Indianapolis Olympians and the Rochester Royals. It took six overtimes to decide the final score of 75-73 in favor of Indianapolis.[7]
  • Most points in a game - overtime
  • Most points in a game - regulation
  • 173 by the Boston Celtics vs. the Minneapolis Lakers on February 27 1959[9]
  • 173 by the Phoenix Suns vs. the Denver Nuggets on November 10 1990
  • Most points in first half
  • Most points in second half
  • Most points in a quarter
  • 58 by the Buffalo Braves at the Boston Celtics on October 20, 1972 (4th quarter)
  • Most points in an overtime period
  • Most combined points in a game
  • Most combined points in first half
  • Most combined points in second half
  • Most combined points in a quarter
  • Most combined points in an overtime period
  • Fewest points in a game
  • Fewest points in first half
  • Fewest points in second half
  • Fewest points in a quarter
  • Fewest points in an overtime period
  • 0 by the Houston Rockets vs. the Portland Trail Blazers on January 22, 1983
  • 0 by the Los Angeles Lakers vs. the Detroit Pistons on December 1, 1989
  • 0 by the Seattle SuperSonics at the Philadelphia 76ers on February 16, 1990
  • 0 by the Indiana Pacers at the Portland Trail Blazers on March 10, 1996 (2nd OT)
  • 0 by the Denver Nuggets vs. the Charlotte Hornets on January 13, 1997
  • 0 by the Washington Bullets at the Atlanta Hawks on November 18, 1997
  • 0 by the Los Angeles Clippers vs. the Chicago Bulls on November 21, 1997 (2nd OT)
  • 0 by the Vancouver Grizzlies vs. the Indiana Pacers on December 1, 2000
  • Fewest combined points in a game
  • 119 - The Milwaukee Hawks (57) vs. the Boston Celtics (62), at Providence on February 27, 1955
  • Fewest combined points in first half
  • Fewest combined points in second half
  • Fewest combined points in a quarter
  • Fewest combined points in an overtime period
  • Fewest field goals made in a game
  • Most three point field goals made in a game
  • Largest margin of victory in a game
  • Largest margin of victory in an overtime period
  • 17 - The Portland Trail Blazers defeated the Houston Rockets on January 22, 1983 (113-96 game, 17-0 overtime)
  • Most steals in a game
  • Most steals in a half
  • Most steals in a quarter
  • Most combined steals in a game
  • Fewest combined steals in a game
  • Most blocks in a game
  • Most blocks in a half
  • Fewest turnovers in a game
  • Most fouls in a game
  • 52 by the Utah Jazz at the Phoenix Suns on April 9, 1990 (OT)
  • Most fast-break points in a game
  • Largest comeback in a game
  • The Milwaukee Bucks made the largest comeback in NBA history on November 25, 1977 vs. the Atlanta Hawks. The Bucks overcame a 29 point deficit with 8:43 remaining, finishing the game with a 35-4 run and a 117-115 win.
  • Largest half-time comeback in a game
  • The Utah Jazz made history on November 27, 1996 by overcoming a 34-point halftime deficit to beat the Denver Nuggets, 107-103.[16]
  • Teams that have had two players score 40 points in a game

Season

  • Best record
  • Worst record
  • Best home record
  • Worst home record
  • Best road record
  • Best road record (41 games)
  • Worst road record
  • Longest winning streak
  • Longest home winning streak
  • Longest road winning streak
  • Longest losing streak
  • 24 by the Cleveland Cavaliers over the course of two seasons from March 19, 1982 to November 5, 1982
  • Best start (41 games)
  • Worst start (41 games)
  • Best undefeated start
  • 15–0 by the Washington Capitols in 1948-49 season (November 3-December 4, 1948)
  • 15–0 by the Houston Rockets in 1993-94 season (November 5-December 2, 1993)
  • Worst winless start
  • 0–17 by the Miami Heat in 1988-89 season (November 5-December 12, 1988, franchise's inaugural season)
  • 0–17 by the Los Angeles Clippers in 1998-99 season (February 5-March 10, 1999)
  • Best finish (41 games)
  • Largest average point differential
  • Largest average margin of victory
  • Most points per game
  • Fewest points per game
  • Most consecutive 100 point games
  • Most consecutive games with fewer than 100 points
  • 35 by the Miami Heat from October 31, 2001-January 14, 2002
  • Most steals per game
  • Fewest steals per game
  • Undefeated months (min. 12 games)
  • 12–0 by the Washington Capitols in November 1948
  • 15–0 by the Boston Celtics in December 1959
  • 14–0 by the Los Angeles Lakers in November 1971
  • 16–0 by the Los Angeles Lakers in December 1971
  • 12–0 by the Los Angeles Lakers in November 1972
  • 13–0 by the Milwaukee Bucks in March 1973
  • 14–0 by the Phoenix Suns in December 1992
  • 14–0 by the Houston Rockets in November 1993
  • 14–0 by the New York Knicks in March 1994
  • 14–0 by the Chicago Bulls in January 1996
  • 16–0 by the San Antonio Spurs in March 1996
  • 13–0 by the Houston Rockets in February 2008
  • Best record to not qualify for Playoffs
  • 49-33 (.598) by 1971-72 Suns (8-team playoff / 17 teams)
  • Worst record to qualify for Playoffs
  • Best single-season turnaround
  • Boston Celtics improve from 24 wins in 2006-07 season to 66 wins in 2007-08 season, a total of 42 games.[18]
  • Only 8th seeded teams to advance in Playoffs

Franchise

  • Most championships won
  • Most NBA Finals appearances
  • Most NBA Finals appearances without a championship
  • Most Playoffs appearances without a NBA Final appearance
  • Most Playoffs appearances without a championship
  • Most consecutive Playoffs appearances
  • Fewest Playoffs appearances (min. 5 seasons)
  • Most seasons without Playoffs appearances
  • Most consecutive seasons without Playoffs appearances
  • Fewest seasons without Playoffs appearances
  • Highest winning percentage
  • Lowest winning percentage (min. 250 games)
  • Best home record (min. 500 games)
  • Best home record (Playoffs)
  • 39-7 by the Chicago Bulls at the United Center
  • Best record over
  • 2 Seasons: 141-23 by the Chicago Bulls during 1995–96 and 1996–97 seasons
  • 3 Seasons: 203-43 by the Chicago Bulls from 1995–96 through 1997–98 seasons
  • 4 Seasons: 251-77 by the Boston Celtics from 1983–84 through 1986–87 seasons; 251-77 by the Los Angeles Lakers from 1984–85 through 1987–88 seasons
  • 5 Seasons: 311-99 by the Boston Celtics from 1981–82 through 1985–86 seasons
  • 10 Seasons: 570-209 by the Boston Celtics from 1957–58 through 1966–67 seasons
  • Best home record over
  • 2 Seasons: 79-3 by the Boston Celtics during 1985–86 and 1986–87 seasons
  • 3 Seasons: 115-8 by the Boston Celtics from 1984–85 through 1986–87 seasons; 115-8 by the Chicago Bulls from 1995–96 through 1997–98 seasons
  • 5 Seasons:
  • Best road record over
  • 2 Seasons: 63-19 by the Chicago Bulls during 1995–96 and 1996–97 seasons
  • 3 Seasons: 88-35 by the Chicago Bulls from 1995–96 through 1997–98 seasons
  • 5 Seasons:
  • Longest three point streak

Playoffs

  • Most three point field goals in a quarter
  • 9 by Boston Celtics
  • 9 by Orlando Magic vs. Toronto Raptors on April 20, 2008[19]

NBA Finals

  • Largest margin of victory in a game
  • Fewest points in a game
  • 54 by the Utah Jazz at the Chicago Bulls on June 7, 1998

NBA All-Star Game records

Artículo principal: Records del All Star Game

Other records

  • Only players to win an Olympic gold medal, NCAA championship, and NBA championship
  • Clyde Lovellette — Olympics, 1952; NCAA, 1952; NBA, 1954, 1963–1964
  • Bill Russell — Olympics, 1956; NCAA, 1955 and 1956; NBA, 1957, 1959–1966, 1968–1969
  • K.C. Jones — Olympics, 1956; NCAA, 1955 and 1956; NBA, 1959–1966
  • Jerry Lucas — Olympics, 1960; NCAA, 1960; NBA, 1973
  • Quinn Buckner — Olympics, 1976; NCAA, 1976; NBA, 1984
  • Michael Jordan — Olympics, 1984 and 1992; NCAA, 1982; NBA, 1991–1993, 1996–1998
  • Magic Johnson — Olympics, 1992; NCAA, 1979; NBA, 1980, 1982, 1985, 1987–1988
  • Only players to win an Olympic gold medal, Euroleague or European Champions Cup championship, and NBA championship
  • Bill Bradley — Olympics, 1964; European Champions Cup, 1966; NBA, 1970 and 1973
  • Manu Ginóbili — Olympics, 2004; Euroleague, 2001; NBA, 2003, 2005, and 2007
  • Most NBA Finals won
  • Most consecutive points in a regular season game
  • Largest attendance at a game
  • Only player to record a double-triple-double (20 plus in any 3 statistics)
  • Quadruple-doubles (double figures in any four statistics)
  • Nate Thurmond: October 18, 1974. Chicago vs. Atlanta; 22 points, 14 rebounds, 13 assists, 12 blocks.
  • Alvin Robertson: February 18, 1986. San Antonio vs. Phoenix; 20 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists, 10 steals.
  • Hakeem Olajuwon: March 29, 1990. Houston vs. Milwaukee; 18 points, 16 rebounds, 10 assists, 11 blocks.
  • David Robinson: February 17, 1994. San Antonio vs. Detroit; 34 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists, 10 blocks.
  • Only player to ever record two 40+ totals in the same game
  • Wilt Chamberlain: achieved this eight times, including 78 points and 43 rebounds on December 8, 1961.
  • Most seasons with 30+ points per game
  • Most consecutive seasons with 30+ points per game
  • Most consecutive seasons with 20+ Points, 10+ rebounds
  • 13 by Shaquille O'Neal
  • Only player to average 30+ points and 20+ rebounds in a season
  • Wilt Chamberlain (7 times)
  • Most seasons with 30+ points and 20+ rebounds per game
  • 7 by Wilt Chamberlain
  • Most consecutive seasons with 30+ points and 20+ rebounds per game
  • 7 by Wilt Chamberlain
  • Only player to average 40+ and 50+ points in a season
  • Wilt Chamberlain
  • Most seasons with 40+ points per game
  • 2 by Wilt Chamberlain
  • Most consecutive seasons with 40+ points per game
  • 2 by Wilt Chamberlain
  • Most seasons with 20+ rebounds per game
  • Most consecutive seasons with 20+ rebounds per game
  • 10 by Bill Russell
  • 10 by Wilt Chamberlain
  • Most blocks by a guard (career)
  • 893 by Michael Jordan
  • Most blocks by a guard (season)
  • 131 by Michael Jordan in 1987-88 season
  • Only players to record 200 steals and 100 blocks (season)
  • Michael Jordan in 1987–88 season
  • Michael Jordan in 1988–89 season
  • Hakeem Olajuwon in 1988–89 season
  • Scottie Pippen in 1989–90 season

Premios

  • Jugador con mas MVP de las Finales de la NBA
  • 6 por Michael Jordan
  • Mas nominaciones a un quinteto ideal
  • 14 por Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
  • 14 por Karl Malone
  • Mas nominaciones a un quinteto defensivo
  • 11 por Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
  • 11 por Tim Duncan
  • Mas premios al Mejor Defensor

Referencias

Enlaces externos

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