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Encyclopedia > List of Individual NBA Scoring Champions

NBA scoring champions were decided on total points scored through the 1968-69 season, after which points per game was used to determine the champion. The NBA initiated three-point field goals during the 1979-80 season. The National Basketball Association of the United States and Canada, commonly known as the NBA, is the premier professional basketball league in North America. ...

SEASON PLAYER TEAM GAMES FG 3FG FT PTS PPG
1946-47 Joe Fulks Philadelphia Warriors 60 475 0 439 1389 23.2
1947-48 Max Zaslofsky [1] Chicago Stags 48 373 0 261 1007 21.0
1948-49 George Mikan Minneapolis Lakers 60 583 0 532 1698 28.3
1949-1950 George Mikan Minneapolis Lakers 68 649 0 567 1865 27.4
1950-1951 George Mikan Minneapolis Lakers 68 678 0 576 1932 28.4
1951-1952 Paul Arizin Philadelphia Warriors 6 548 0 578 1674 25.4
1952-1953 Neil Johnston Philadelphia Warriors 70 504 0 556 1564 22.3
1953-1954 Neil Johnston Philadelphia Warriors 72 591 0 577 1759 24.4
1954-1955 Neil Johnston Philadelphia Warriors 72 521 0 589 1631 22.7
1955-1956 Bob Petit St. Louis Hawks 72 646 0 557 1849 25.7
1956-1957 Paul Arizin Philadelphia Warriors 71 613 0 591 1817 25.6
1957-1958 George Yardley Detroit Pistons 72 673 0 655 2001 27.8
1958-1959 Bob Petit St. Louis Hawks 72 719 0 667 2105 29.2
1959-1960 Wilt Chamberlain Philadelphia Warriors 72 1065 0 577 2707 37.6
1960-1961 Wilt Chamberlain Philadelphia Warriors 79 1251 0 531 3033 38.4
1961-1962 Wilt Chamberlain Philadelphia Warriors 80 1597 0 835 4029 50.4
1962-1963 Wilt Chamberlain San Francisco Warriors 80 1463 0 660 3586 44.8
1963-1964 Wilt Chamberlain San Francisco Warriors 80 1204 0 540 2948 36.9
1964-1965 Wilt Chamberlain SF Warriors/Phila 76ers 73 1063 0 408 2534 34.7
1965-1966 Wilt Chamberlain Philadelphia 76ers 79 1074 0 501 2649 33.5
1966-1967 Rick Barry San Francisco Warriors 78 1011 0 753 2775 35.6
1967-1968 Dave Bing [2] Detroit Pistons 79 835 0 472 2142 27.1
1968-1969 Elvin Hayes San Diego Rockets 82 930 0 467 2327 28.4
1969-1970 Jerry West [3] Los Angeles Lakers 74 831 0 647 2309 31.2
1970-1971 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Milwaukee Bucks 82 1063 0 470 2596 31.7
1971-1972 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Milwaukee Bucks 81 1159 0 504 2822 34.8
1972-1973 Nate Archibald Kansas City-Omaha Kings 80 1028 0 663 2719 34.0
1973-1974 Bob McAdoo Buffalo Braves 74 901 0 459 2261 30.6
1974-1975 Bob McAdoo Buffalo Braves 82 1095 0 641 2831 34.5
1975-1976 Bob McAdoo Buffalo Braves 78 934 0 559 2427 31.1
1976-1977 Pete Maravich New Orleans Jazz 73 886 0 501 2273 31.1
1977-1978 George Gervin [4] San Antonio Spurs 82 864 0 504 2232 27.21
1978-1979 George Gervin San Antonio Spurs 80 947 0 471 2365 29.6
1979-1980 George Gervin San Antonio Spurs 78 1024 32 505 2585 33.1
1980-1981 Adrian Dantley Utah Jazz 80 909 2 632 2452 30.7
1981-1982 George Gervin San Antonio Spurs 79 993 10 555 2551 32.3
1982-1983 Alex English Denver Nuggets 82 959 2 406 2326 28.4
1983-1984 Adrian Dantley Utah Jazz 79 802 1 813 2418 30.6
1984-1985 Bernard King [5] New York Knicks 55 691 1 426 1809 32.9
1985-1986 Dominique Wilkins [6] Atlanta Hawks 78 888 13 577 2366 30.3
1986-1987 Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls 80 1098 12 833 3041 37.1
1987-1988 Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls 82 1069 7 723 2868 35.0
1988-1989 Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls 81 966 27 674 2633 32.5
1989-1990 Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls 82 1034 92 593 2753 33.6
1990-1991 Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls 82 990 29 571 2580 31.5
1991-1992 Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls 80 943 27 491 2404 30.1
1992-1993 Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls 78 992 81 476 2541 32.6
1993-1994 David Robinson [7] San Antonio Spurs 80 840 10 693 2383 29.8
1994-1995 Shaquille O'Neal Orlando Magic 79 930 0 455 2315 29.3
1995-1996 Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls 82 916 111 548 2491 30.4
1996-1997 Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls 82 920 111 480 2431 29.6
1997-1998 Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls 82 881 30 565 2357 28.7
1998-1999 Allen Iverson [8] Philadelphia 76ers 48 435 58 356 1284 26.8
1999-2000 Shaquille O'Neal Los Angeles Lakers 79 956 0 432 2344 29.7
2000-01 Allen Iverson [9] Philadelphia 76ers 71 762 98 585 2207 31.1
2001-02 Allen Iverson [10] Philadelphia 76ers 60 665 78 475 1883 31.4
2002-03 Tracy McGrady [11] Orlando Magic 75 829 173 576 2407 32.1
2003-04 Tracy McGrady [12] Orlando Magic 67 653 174 398 1878 28.0
2004-05 Allen Iverson Phildelphia 76ers 75 771 104 656 2302 30.7
2005-06 Kobe Bryant Los Angeles Lakers 80 978 180 696 2832 35.4

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Notes

[1] For the 1947-48 season, Joe Fulks averaged the most points, 22.1 points per game, but only played in 43 games and totaled 949 points, the second highest total in the NBA that season.


[2] For the 1967-68 season, Oscar Robertson averaged the most points, 29.2 points per game but only played in 65 games and totaled 1896 points, the sixth highest total in the NBA that season. Oscar Palmer Robertson (born November 24, 1938 in Charlotte, Tennessee) is an American former NBA player and is considered by many to be one of the greatest basketball players in history. ...


[3] For the 1969-70 season, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar totaled the most points, 2361, but averaged 28.8, the second highest total in the NBA that season.


[4] George Gervin defeated David Thompson for the scoring title by six hundredths of a point (27.21 to 27.15) in a memorable scoring duel where Thompson scored 73 on the last day of the season and Gervin answered with 63 (including a record 33 points in the 2nd quarter) and sat out much of the 3rd and all of the 4th quarter. There are several men named David Thompson: David Thompson (explorer, early American settler) (c1592-1628), first European settler of New Hampshire David Thompson (explorer) (1770-1857), Canadian explorer David Thompson (politician) (1836-1886), former member of the Canadian House of Commons David Thompson (basketball) (b. ...


[5] For the 1984-95 season, Bernard King tied for the 12th highest point total, but had the highest average. Michael Jordan had the highest point total, 2313, and was 3rd in points per game, 28.2. Larry Bird was second in both total points, 2295, and points per game, 28.7. Larry Joe Bird (born December 7, 1956) is an American former NBA basketball player, widely considered one of the greatest players to ever play, and one of the best clutch performers in the history of sports. ...


[6] For the 1985-86 season Alex English totaled the most points, 2414, but averaged 29.8 per game, the 3rd highest total in the NBA that season.


[7] For the 1993-94 season, David Robinson scored 71 points in the final game of the season to edge Shaquille O'Neal for the scoring title. In that game, Spurs coach John Lucas deliberately had his team commit fouls toward the end of the game to get Robinson more shot attempts allowing him to win the scoring title. There have been several well-known people named John Lucas, including: Sir John Lucas (Royalist) John Lucas (philosopher) John Lucas, professional basketball player, Houston Rockets, NBA John Meredyth Lucas, screenwriter, director John Lucas (VC), the recipient of the Victoria Cross John P. Lucas - American general in WWII. ...


[8] The 1998-99 season was strike-shortened. Also, Shaquille O'Neal had the highest point total, 1289, but the second highest average, 26.3, in the NBA that season.


[9] For the 2000-01 season, Jerry Stackhouse had the highest point total, 2380, but was second in average, 29.8, in the NBA that season. Jerry Darnell Stackhouse (born November 5, 1974 in Kinston, North Carolina is an Indian-African decsent, is an National Basketball Association player who currently plays both shooting guard and small forward for the Dallas Mavericks. ...


[10] For the 2001-02 season, Paul Pierce had the highest point total, 2144, but was 3rd in scoring average, 26.1. Paul Anthony Pierce (born October 13, 1977 in Oakland, California) is an American professional basketball player for the Boston Celtics of the NBA. He has been a starter every season since he was selected by the Celtics in the 1998 NBA Draft, and in 2002 he helped lead Boston to...


[11] For the 2002-03 season, Kobe Bryant had the highest point total, 2461, but was 2nd in scoring average, 30.0.


[12] For the 2003-04 seaosn, Kevin Garnett had the highest point total, 1987, but was 3rd in scoring average, 24.2. Kevin Garnett (born May 19, 1976, in Mauldin, South Carolina) is an American professional basketball player for the NBAs Minnesota Timberwolves. ...


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