Zero times. A Boston Celtic has never led the NBA in scoring since it began as a club.
In the 1979-80 NBA season, George Gervin led the league with 33.1 points per game.
---- Shaquille O'Neal led the league in scoring in 2000 (29.7 pts/gm) and the Lakers won the first of their three consecutive titles.
Vince Carter led the team in scoring.
Kevin Durant. He averaged at least 25 PPG or more, which was first in the NBA
Wilt Chamberlain of the San Francisco Warriors led the NBA in scoring in the 1963-1964 season with 36.9 points per game.
Karl Malone, with 32,928 career points. Him and teamate John Stockton led the Utah Jazz to 19 straight playoff apperances.
For the 1988-89 season, that was Michael Jordan with an average of 32.5 points per game.
The only player in NBA history with at least 8 scoring titles is Michael Jordan who had 10: 1997-98, 1996-97, 1995-96, 1992-93, 1991-92, 1990-91, 1989-90, 1988-89, 1987-88, 1986-87 Wilt Chamberlain led the NBA in scoring in 7 seasons.
Oscar Robertson, Rick Barry and 'Pistol' Pete Maravich.
Due to sharing with Shaq for most of his career. Kobe Bryant has always been the best player in the league but only led the league in scoring for 2 years.
Luke aldridge with three hundred and twenty-four points in a single game
Allen Iverson lead the entire NBA in scoring average in 2004-2005.
Dale Hawerchuk led the Buffalo Sabres in goal with 35 during the 1993-1994 season.
David Akers Led the Eagles to scoring in all three years.
Kobe Bryant led the NBA in scoring (points per game) twice. He did it in the 2006-07 season (31.6 PPG) and in the 2005-06 season (35.4 PPG).
Kobe Bryant has two scoring titles. 2005-06 season he averaged 35.4 PPG 2006-07 season he averaged 31.6 PPG If you were to consider scoring title as the player who has the most TOTAL points in the NBA at the end of the season then Bryant has led this statistic four times. 2002-03 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 However, the NBA stopped using this measure long ago and PPG are the statistic to go by now when determining scoring titles.
For the 1985 NFL season, the San Diego Chargers led the league in scoring offense with 467 points.
Michael Jordan...go get your oodles :)
Nate Archibald led the NBA in the 1972-73 season in scoring (34.0 pts per game) and assists (11.4 per game) while a member of the Kansas City-Omaha Kings.
Dennis Rodman. His hair was blonde, blue and camouflage.