NBA Records and Statistics: Individual Career Records – Others

Get to know about the latest records and statistics that were formed by players individually in their career in the Basketball Leagues and history.

The NBA actively participates in USA Basketball, which is acknowledged by FIBA. It is the country’s national basketball governing body. While the league’s numerous overseas offices and individual team offices are operated out of the league’s head office in Midtown Manhattan. NBA Productions and NBA TV studio are administered out of offices in New Jersey, Secaucus. One of the top 4 pro football leagues in the world is the NBA.

Individual Career Records—Other

  • Wilt Chamberlain averaged nine free throws per season, which was the most in the league.
  • Bill Sharman’s 7 Most seasons, he led the league in free throw percentage.
  • Steve Kerr has the highest 3-point field goal percentage (45.40%).
  • Wilt Chamberlain grabbed 23,924 rebounds.
  • Wilt Chamberlain averaged 22.9 rebounds per game, which was the most.
  • Wilt Chamberlain had 11 seasons of league-wide rebounding dominance.
  • Chris Paul had 108 games in a row with at least one steal.
  • Vern Mikkelsen’s 127 disqualifications are the most.
  • Rasheed Wallace has 304 technical fouls, which is the most of any player.

The only player in NBA history to score 100 times in a single game, average 50 points a game, and grab 55 rebounds in a single game is Chamberlain. In addition, Chamberlain set records for never fouling out of a game and becoming the only player in NBA history to average at least 30 points and 20 rebounds per contest throughout a season.

William Walton Sharman was a professional American basketball player and trainer who lived from May 25, 1926, to October 25, 2013. He is best remembered for his stint with the Boston Celtics in the 1950s. He and Bob Cousy were regarded as the finest backcourt pairing in history. The head coach of the National Basketball Association’s Golden State Warriors is American basketball professional coach and former player Stephen Douglas Kerr. He has won nine NBA championships, including four as the head coach of the Warriors and five as a player.

American professional basketball player Christopher Emmanuel Paul, also known by the monikers “CP3” and “The Point God,” was born on May 6, 1985. He plays for the Phoenix Suns of the National Basketball Association. One of the finest offensive players of all time, Paul is highly recognized. 

American basketball player Arild Verner Agerskov Mikkelsen played professionally from October 21, 1928, until his death on November 21, 2013. He was renowned for his dogged defence and was one of the first power forwards in the National 1, 1928, until his death on November 21, 2013. He was renowned for his dogged defence and was one of the first power forwards in the National Basketball Association in the 1950s.

Rasheed Abdul Wallace, a basketball trainer and earlier player from the United States was born on September 17, 1974. Wallace, a Philadelphia native, played basketball for North Carolina State University before entering the 1995 NBA Draft and spending the next 16 seasons there. He played an important role for Portland in the Trail Blazers team that reached the Western Conference Finals in 1999 and 2000. For the Trail Blazers in 2002, Wallace averaged 19.4 points per game, a career high. The Basketball Association of America was founded in 1946 by the owners of the biggest ice hockey rinks in the Midwestern, North-eastern and United States and Canada. In the present league system, 30 teams are divided into two conferences with three divisions each and five teams. The 2004–05 season saw the introduction of the current divisional structure.

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