Wilt Chamberlain is the only one to have scored 100 points in a game and get 55 rebounds in that same game. The only one that has come close to that was Kobe Bryant when he scored 81 pts in one game.
Earl Lloyd scored 6 points in his first NBA game and had 10 rebounds!
Ohio State's Jerry Lucas accomplished the 30/30 during an NCAA Tournament game.
Wilt Chamberlain, with 43 points and 28 rebounds.
He scored on average 23.7 points per game. In his total of 19 years he scored 28,596 points, 13,099 rebounds, and 2,732 blocks.
Dwight Howard had 20.6 points and 13.8 rebounds per game in 2008-2009 season.
Stephan Tamburro- 66 points, 15 rebounds and 11 assist. Only had 3 fouls. Score of the game was 77 to 70. It was double O.T. This was recorded in Chardon, Ohio. Another player that scored the most points was David Plalonko. Iowa- scored 49 points and had 11 rebounds and 9 assist.
Michael Jordan scored 69 points against the Cleveland Cavaliers in a 117 - 113 overtime victory; also recorded his career high for rebounds in this game.
They are still points, aren't they? Yes, they are added. Correction: Actually no, points scored in nba playoff games are not added to the total points scored in a players career. Career points scored for a player usually only refers to the regular season and does not include the nba postseason or aka playoffs. It is because technically playoff games are considered exhibition games, so while stats are also kept for these exhibition games the exhibition games do not count towards a players career total. For example the nba all-star game is also an exhibition game, so any points scored during the all star game will not count towards a players point total for the season or his career. Same goes for rebounds, blocks, assists, etc.