The Denver Broncos hold the current NFL record for most points scored in a single season. They scored 606 points in the 2013 regular season.
This record is held by the 1998 Minnesota vikings. They scored 556 points on the season.
Oklahoma holds the NCAA record for the most points scored in a single season with 702 points through 12 games in the 2008-2009 season, which is 58.5 points per game
Pete Maravich scored 1381 points in 1970 in 31 games for an average of 44.5 ppg. That is the NCAA Division One record for a single season.
Wayne Gretzky scored 52 goals and put up an amazing 163 assists for the Edmonton Oilers during the 85'-86' season. 215 pts stands as the most points scored in a single season.
Michael Jordan holds the career record for most points scored in the NBA playoffs, with 5,987. He scored all of his playoff points with the Chicago Bulls during 13 playoff seasons. Jordan also holds the record for most points scored in a single playoff season, with the 759 points he scored in the 1992 playoffs. Jordan holds the record for most career playoff PPG (Points Per Game), with 33.45 and most PPG during a single playoff season, with 43.67 during the 1986 playoffs.
The former NFL player with the most points scored in a single season is LaDainian Tomlinson. He scored 186 points in 2006 with the San Diego Chargers.
Wilt Chamberlain. He had 4,029 (50.4 PPG) in 1961-62.
Tracy McGrady scored the most points, at 61 points.
541 in the 1983 season.
In the 1961-1962 season Wilt Chamberlain score 4029 points in 80 games for an average of 50.4 points scored per game.