According to NBA.com, Dwyane Wade's career high (season) points in a game is 55. LeBron James' career high for points in a game (season) is 56
Dwyane Wade led the league both in total points (2386) and in points per game (30.2) during the 2008-09 NBA season.
PF probably means punt formation. This is a formation in which you have (normally) 2 gunners lined up on the outsides who's job is to be the first ones to reach the punt receiver and hopefully tackle the receiver, or down the ball as close to the goal line as possible. The remaining 8 men will line up on the line of scrimmage similar to a regular formation (not all 8 will be literally on the line of scrimmage) whos job it is to block long enough for the punter to make a successful punt, after which they assist in punt coverage. I would imagine that could also be a typo for FP, which would be forward pass. What is the context in which it was used? Can you provide more information?
Points Against (how many points their opponents have scored against them during the season), and Points For (how many points the team itself has scored during the season)
I think Dwyane Wade has 168 slam dunks this season.
Dwyane Wade ppg 2013-2014 Season :19.0 2014-2015 Season :21.8
OK so I looked it up and found what you are looking for. Below is the website i found that shows every college football game that 100 points or more were scored. Hopefully this helps you out. -Mike http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_100_point_games
Dwyane Wade had 82 blocks during the 2009-10 season.
At dwyane wade's peak it was 46 inches but in the 2011/12 season it was reported to be 39 inches
Kobe Bryant scored 61 points against the New York Knicks.