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.
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.
ppg = Power Play Goal nba = National Basketball Assoication
Michael Jordan has the most PPG in a career, with 30.12 PPG. Wilt Chamberlain holds the record for the most PPG during a single season, with 50.36 which he recorded while playing for the Philadelphia Warriors, during the 1961-62 regular season.
Wes Unseld of the Washington Bullets was MVP of the 1978 NBA finals. He won it after averaging 9.4 PPG, 12.0 RPG and 4.4 APG during the playoffs. That year, Unseld and the Washington Bullets won their first ever championship after defeating the Seattle Supersonics 4 games to 3 in the NBA finals.
14 ppg by Kevin Garnett this year.
before Michael Jordan went to washington, he averaged 32.7 ppg with the bulls. That is the highest ppg in the nba
Wilt Chamberlain- 50.4 ppg in 1961-1962 (Philadelphia Warriors)
Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs with a PPG average of 25.5
LeBron James does at the moment. As of now he is averaging 29 points per game.
Regular Season - 29,277 (31.5 ppg) Playoffs - 5,987 (33.4 ppg) Total - 35, 264 (31.8 ppg)
Tyreke Evans of the Sacramento Kings won Rookie of the Year for the 2009-10 NBA season. He did so after recording 20.1 PPG, 5.3 RPG and 5.8 APG.
Lebron James is the greatest not to brag but he has made countless buzzer beaters, MVP of the year in 2009, 40+ ppg a night in the playoffs, has an incredible 44" vertical leap is built, can make miraculous drives and shots. and is the best right now in the NBA. forget about haters of lebron. they are just hating themselves. lebron is and will be the greatest in the NBA.
Wilt Chamberlain had an NBA high 50.4 PPG (points per game) in the 1961-62 season, while playing with the Philadelphia Warriors.
Wilt Chamberlain. He had 4,029 (50.4 PPG) in 1961-62.
The lakers at 20.4 ppg
Wilt Chamberlain during the 1961-62 season with the San Francisco Warriors; he averaged 50.4 PPG
yes, in 2002-2003 nba season he averaged 32.1 ppg!
Shaquille O'Neal was the MVP of the 2000 NBA Finals. His stats during the 2000 NBA playoffs were:30.7 PPG15.4 RPG3.1 APG2.4 BPG.566 FG%.456 FT%
Bob McAdoo was the 1972-73 NBA Rookie of the year. During his first season in the league, while playing with the Buffalo Braves, McAdoo averaged 18.0 PPG, 9.1 RPG and 1.7 APG in 32.0 MPG.
Dave Bing was the 1966-67 NBA Rookie of the year. During his first season in the league, while playing with the Detroit Pistons, Bing averaged 20.0 PPG, 4.5 RPG and 4.1 APG in 34.5 MPG.
Jerry Lucas was the 1963-64 NBA Rookie of the year. During his first season in the league, while playing with the Cincinnati Royals, Lucas averaged 17.7 PPG, 17.4 RPG and 2.6 APG in 41.4 MPG.
Terry Dischinger was the 1962-63 NBA Rookie of the year. During his first season in the league, while playing with the Chicago Zephyrs, Dischinger averaged 25.5 PPG, 8.0 RPG and 3.1 APG in 40.2 MPG.
Walt Bellamy was the 1961-62 NBA Rookie of the year. During his first season in the league, while playing with the Chicago Packers, Bellamy averaged 31.6 PPG, 19.0 RPG and 2.7 APG in 42.3 MPG.