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.
As of the start of the 2008 playoffs, Iverson has scored 22,988 points in the regular season and 2,013 points in the playoffs.
Jordan has an NBA-record 33.4 ppg average in the playoffs. He scored 5987 points in 179 career post-season games, all with the Chicago Bulls.
With a record that may never be broken, the most points scored in a career is held by Morten Anderson. He scored 2,544 points during his career. Gary Anderson is second on the list with 2.434.
Gretzky scored 2857 pts in the regular season and 382 in the playoffs for a total NHL career total of 3239 points.
Kicker Morten Anderson played in the NFL for 25 years. He currently holds the record for the most points scored in a career at 2,544.
Lynette Woodard scored 3,649 points for the University of Kansas Jayhawks from 1978-1981.
Marthin Luther King
"Pistol" Pete Maravich
alococin fedricton scored the most points in a soccer career.
Jimmy "Monk" Montgomery