ppg = Power Play Goal
nba = National Basketball Assoication
Wilt Chamberlain- 50.4 ppg in 1961-1962 (Philadelphia Warriors)
before Michael Jordan went to washington, he averaged 32.7 ppg with the bulls. That is the highest ppg in the nba
Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs with a PPG average of 25.5
The lakers at 20.4 ppg
Wilt Chamberlain during the 1961-62 season with the San Francisco Warriors; he averaged 50.4 PPG
yes, in 2002-2003 nba season he averaged 32.1 ppg!
The stats term 'ppg' stands for Power Play Goal.
Michael Jordan has the most PPG in a career, with 30.12 PPG. Wilt Chamberlain holds the record for the most PPG during a single season, with 50.36 which he recorded while playing for the Philadelphia Warriors, during the 1961-62 regular season.
14 ppg by Kevin Garnett this year.
Robert Parish 23,334 points 14.5 ppg
The NBA averages 99.9 PPG per team so far for the 2008-2009 season. For the 2007-2008 season the average PPG per team was 99.03.
Kobe Bryant with 31.2 ppg
LeBron James does at the moment. As of now he is averaging 29 points per game.
It used to mean Pittsburgh Plate Glass, but they've changed their name to PPG Industries. Also it can mean Power Puff Girls.
In eight NBA seasons, Nat Clifton averaged 10.0 points per game. His best season was the 1954-55 season when he averaged 13.1 PPG.
Wilt Chamberlain has the highest season average of 50.4 ppg
Magic Johnson's career points per game average in the NBA was 19.5.