Who has the best stats in the NBA?

Who has the best stats in NBA history?

Events

# Player PTS
1 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 38387
2 Karl Malone 36928
3 LeBron James 35724
4 Kobe Bryant 33643

Who has the best stats in the NBA 2020?

2021-2022 NBA Season Leaders

Season Leaders – ESPN Rating
RK PLAYER PTS
1 Nikola Jokic, C 25.6
2 Giannis Antetokounmpo, PF 27.6
3 Kevin Durant, PF 28.6

How old is KD?

At 33 years old, Durant is scoring 28.4 points per game — on pace for his best mark since 2013-14. Here’s a list of players to average at least 28 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists (Durant’s current averages) for an entire season at 33 years old or older: No one.

Who leads the NBA in steals?

NBA Stat Leaders 2021-22

Steals STL
1 Alex CarusoCHI 2.2
1 Marcus SmartBOS 2.2
3 Chris PaulPHX 2.0
3 Gary Trent Jr.TOR 2.0

Who has the most PPG in NBA history?

NBA/ABA

Rank Player PPG
1. Michael Jordan* 30.12
2. Wilt Chamberlain* 30.07
3. Elgin Baylor* 27.36
4. Kevin Durant 27.05

Who leads the NBA in steals all time?

NBA History – Steals Leaders

Steals Leaders
RK PLAYER STL
1 John Stockton 3,265
2 Jason Kidd 2,684
3 Michael Jordan 2,514
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When was LeBron born?

LeBron James, in full LeBron Raymone James, byname King James, (born December 30, 1984, Akron, Ohio, U.S.), American professional basketball player who is widely considered one of the greatest all-around players of all time and who won National Basketball Association (NBA) championships with the Miami Heat (2012 and …

How old is Harden?

Kevin Durant Children

The 33 year old Durant, remains unmarried and has no children either.

Who is the best stealer in NBA?

NBA All-Time Steals Record

The record belongs to John Stockton who has reached 3,256 steals in his career. The legendary point guard of the Utah Jazz has set an unattainable record, as well as for the assists of which he is the absolute leader.

How many 3s has Steph Curry made?

PHILADELPHIA — The record soon to be broken encompasses only a fraction of Steph Curry’s success from beyond the 3-point arc. For every one of the 2,964 3-pointers he has made over the last 14 seasons, hundreds more swish through the net every week in practice.