In the 87-88 season Jordan had his highest Avg with 40.4 points per game ...
MJ never averaged 40 a game. You must be looking at per-48 minutes stats. His average in 87-88 was 35.0. His highest average per year was the previous year, 86-87, where he averaged 37.1 ppg. His most amazing year, to me, is 02-03 where he averaged 20 at age 40. Wow! Nobody will ever do that again. The greatest ever...and it's not even close. Air Jordan.
Micheal Jordans highest average per game was 40.4 pionts
Michael Jordan scored a career average of 30.1 point per game.
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).
It's 63 points which is the most ever by one player. Michael Jordan also has the highest playoff scoring average by one player @ 33.4 ppg.
69 points im pretty sure.
Kareem Abdul Jabbar is the all time leader in points scored in a carrer with Karl Malone second all time, but the highest scoring average for a season is Wilt Chamberlain. The all time carreer scoring average record is Michael Jordan with an average of 30.1
No, Michael Anderson Drexels is the all time leading scorer, He holds the 7th highest career scoring average.
Michael Jordan's scoring average during his last year of High School was 28.4.
63 against the celtics
Wilt Chamberlain has the highest season average of 50.4 ppg
Michael Jordan's scoring average in his senior year in high school was 30 points per game.
The highest average of basketball is 14 points a game for a benched player.
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Chamberlain and Arizin 1961-62
The highest scoring player to never play in the NCAA tournament is also the highest scoring college player in NCAA hstory: LSU's Pete Maravich is the all-time leading NCAA Division I scorer with 3,667 points and an average of 44.2 points per game.
Morten Andersen with 2,544 points, which not only makes him the highest scoring kicker in NFL history, but also the highest scoring player in NFL history.
23 the same number as his jearsy