The lowest scoring game in NBA history was on November 22,1950. Fort Wayne Pistons beat the Minneapolis Lakers 19-18 in Fort Wayne, Indiana
His scoring average this season so far is 26.8 points a game
The lowest game ever is hornets beat the pacers 5-2 in 2011
Minneapolis Lakers 19-18 in 1950.
The lowest scoring game in the nba was in 1950 where the fort Wayne pistons beat the Minneapolis lakers 19-18 with only 4 baskets each, and after that game they came up with the shot clock, and the lowest scoring game with a shot clock was 62-57 where Boston beat Milwaukee.
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The Bulls scored 49 points against the Miami heat on 4/10/1999. This is the lowest scoring game by any team in NBA history.
the lowest scoring quarter in finals history belongs to the 2009 finals, game 2, 1st quarter between the LA Lakers and the Orlando Magic.
the lowest scoring NBA game ever before the shot clock was in 1950 at Minneapolis Lakers home court vs Fort Wayne pistons, the final score was 19-18, pistons won. after the shot clock, the lowest scoring game was Boston vs Milwaukee, the final score was 62-57, Boston won.
Vince Carter led the team in scoring.
Micheal Jordan.League leader in scoring, with 10 titles (1986-1993, 1996-1998)Finished his career with 32,292 points, third place in scoring, and a career average 30.12 ppg, the best in NBA history
Wilt Chamberlain has the highest season average of 50.4 ppg
It happend on the Lakers home court, Wow! Final score was 19-18, can you believe that?
It was Wilt Chamberlain who had the highest scoring average of 50.4 ppg in 1961-62 which his team was Philadelphia Warriors!!!!OMG!!!50.4ppg!!!!! WTF!!!!!
Michael Jordan : 30.1ppg
Chamberlain and Arizin 1961-62
I believe Allen Iverson has won 8 nba scoring titles. == ==
The highest average of basketball is 14 points a game for a benched player.
In Game 3 of the 1997 NBA Finals, the Utah Jazz scored only 54 points, making this the lowest scoring effort by a team in NBA history.
The players for the NBA All Star game are elected or voted on by the fans. These would be the most popular players or high scoring fan favorites to be voted on the team.
For his NBA career, Michael Jordan's regular season scoring average was 30.1 points per game (32292 points in 1072 games). His playoff scoring average was 33.4 points per game (5987 points in 179 games).