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Michael Jordan won a record ten scoring titles in his career.

In basketball, points are the sum of the score accumulated through free throws or field goals.[1] The National Basketball Association's (NBA) scoring title is awarded to the player with the highest points per game average in a given season. The scoring title was originally determined by total points scored through the 1968–69 season, after which points per game was used to determine the leader instead.[2] Players who earned scoring titles before the 1979–80 season did not record any three-point field goals because the three-point line was first implemented in the NBA during that season.[3][4] To qualify for the scoring title, the player must appear in at least 70 games (out of 82) or have at least 1,400 points. These have been the entry criteria since the 1974–75 season.[5]

Wilt Chamberlain holds the all-time records for total points scored (4,029) and points per game (50.4) in a season; both records were achieved in the 1961–62 season.[6] He also holds the rookie records for points per game when he averaged 37.6 points in the 1959–60 season.[6] Among active players, Kevin Durant has the highest point total (2,593) and the highest scoring average (32.0) in a season; both were achieved in the 2013–14 season.

Michael Jordan has won the most scoring titles, with ten.[7] Jordan and Chamberlain are the only players to have won seven consecutive scoring titles (this was also Chamberlain's career total).[7] George Gervin, Allen Iverson and Durant have won four scoring titles in their career,[8] and George Mikan, Neil Johnston and Bob McAdoo have achieved it three times. Paul Arizin, Bob Pettit, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Shaquille O'Neal, Tracy McGrady, Kobe Bryant, and Russell Westbrook have each won the scoring title twice. Since the 1946–47 season, five players have won both the scoring title and the NBA championship in the same season: Fulks in 1947 with the Philadelphia Warriors, Mikan from 1949 to 1950 with the Minneapolis Lakers, Abdul-Jabbar (then Alcindor)[g] in 1971 with the Milwaukee Bucks, Jordan from 1991 to 1993 and from 1996 to 1998 with the Chicago Bulls, and O'Neal in 2000 with the Los Angeles Lakers.[2][9] Since the introduction of the three-point field goal, O'Neal is the only scoring leader to have made no three-point field goals in his winning season.

At 21 years and 197 days, Durant is the youngest scoring leader in NBA history,[10] averaging 30.1 points in the 2009–10 season. The most recent champion is Russell Westbrook, who averaged a career-high 31.6 points in the 2016–17 season.

Key[edit]

^ Denotes player who is still active in the NBA
* Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
dagger Denotes player who won the MVP award that year
Player (X) Denotes the number of times the player had been the scoring leader up to and including that season
G Guard F Forward C Center

Scoring leaders[edit]

Joe Fulks won the first scoring title in 1947.
Wilt Chamberlain won seven consecutive scoring titles from 1960 to 1966.
Jerry West won the scoring title in 1970, averaging 31.2 points per game.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar won scoring titles in 1971 and 1972.
Allen Iverson won scoring titles in 1999, 2001, 2002 and 2005.
Kobe Bryant won scoring titles in 2006 and 2007.
LeBron James won the scoring title in 2008
Kevin Durant became the youngest scoring champion in 2010. He won another three in 2011, 2012 and 2014
Russell Westbrook won in 2015, following teammate Durant's win a year earlier, and again in 2017.
Stephen Curry won the scoring title in 2016.
Season Player Age[a] Pos[b] Team Games
played
Field goals
made
3-point
field goals

made
Free throws
made
Total
points
Points per
game
Ref
1946–47 Fulks, JoeJoe Fulks* 25 F/C Philadelphia Warriors 60 475 β€” 439 1,389 23.2 [11][12]
1947–48 Zaslofsky, MaxMax Zaslofsky[c] 22 G/F Chicago Stags 48 373 β€” 261 1,007 21.0 [14][15]
1948–49 Mikan, GeorgeGeorge Mikan* 24 C Minneapolis Lakers 60 583 β€” 532 1,698 28.3 [16][17]
1949–50 Mikan, GeorgeGeorge Mikan* (2) 25 C Minneapolis Lakers 68 649 β€” 567 1,865 27.4 [17][18]
1950–51 Mikan, GeorgeGeorge Mikan* (3) 26 C Minneapolis Lakers 68 678 β€” 576 1,932 28.4 [17][19]
1951–52 Arizin, PaulPaul Arizin* 23 F/G Philadelphia Warriors 66 548 β€” 578 1,674 25.4 [20][21]
1952–53 Johnston, NeilNeil Johnston* 23 C Philadelphia Warriors 70 504 β€” 556 1,564 22.3 [22][23]
1953–54 Johnston, NeilNeil Johnston* (2) 24 C Philadelphia Warriors 72 591 β€” 577 1,759 24.5 [23][24]
1954–55 Johnston, NeilNeil Johnston* (3) 25 C Philadelphia Warriors 72 521 β€” 589 1,631 22.7 [23][25]
1955–56 dagger Pettit, BobBob Pettit* 23 F/C St. Louis Hawks 72 646 β€” 557 1,849 25.7 [26][27]
1956–57 Arizin, PaulPaul Arizin* (2) 28 F/G Philadelphia Warriors 71 613 β€” 591 1,817 25.6 [21][28]
1957–58 Yardley, GeorgeGeorge Yardley* 29 F/G Detroit Pistons 72 673 β€” 655 2,001 27.8 [29][30]
1958–59 dagger Pettit, BobBob Pettit* (2) 26 F/C St. Louis Hawks 72 719 β€” 667 2,105 29.2 [27][31]
1959–60 dagger Chamberlain, WiltWilt Chamberlain*[d] 23 C Philadelphia Warriors 72 1,065 β€” 577 2,707 37.6 [32][33]
1960–61 Chamberlain, WiltWilt Chamberlain* (2) 24 C Philadelphia Warriors 79 1,251 β€” 531 3,033 38.4 [33][34]
1961–62 Chamberlain, WiltWilt Chamberlain* (3)[e] 25 C Philadelphia Warriors 80 1,597 β€” 835 4,029 50.4 [33][35]
1962–63 Chamberlain, WiltWilt Chamberlain* (4) 26 C San Francisco Warriors 80 1,463 β€” 660 3,586 44.8 [33][36]
1963–64 Chamberlain, WiltWilt Chamberlain* (5) 27 C San Francisco Warriors 80 1,204 β€” 540 2,948 36.9 [33][37]
1964–65 Chamberlain, WiltWilt Chamberlain* (6) 28 C San Francisco Warriors
Philadelphia 76ers
73 1,063 β€” 408 2,534 34.7 [33][38]
1965–66 dagger Chamberlain, WiltWilt Chamberlain* (7) 29 C Philadelphia 76ers 79 1,074 β€” 501 2,649 33.5 [33][39]
1966–67 Barry, RickRick Barry* 22 F San Francisco Warriors 78 1,011 β€” 753 2,775 35.6 [40][41]
1967–68 Bing, DaveDave Bing*[f] 24 G Detroit Pistons 79 835 β€” 472 2,142 27.1 [44][45]
1968–69 Hayes, ElvinElvin Hayes*[g] 23 F/C San Diego Rockets 82 930 β€” 467 2,327 28.4 [46][47]
1969–70 West, JerryJerry West*[h] 31 G Los Angeles Lakers 74 831 β€” 647 2,309 31.2 [49][50]
1970–71 dagger Alcindor, LewLew Alcindor*[i] 23 C Milwaukee Bucks 82 1,063 β€” 470 2,596 31.7 [52][53]
1971–72 dagger Abdul-Jabbar, KareemKareem Abdul-Jabbar* (2) 24 C Milwaukee Bucks 81 1,159 β€” 504 2,822 34.8 [53][54]
1972–73 Archibald, Nate "Tiny"Nate "Tiny" Archibald* 24 G Kansas City-Omaha Kings 80 1,028 β€” 663 2,719 34.0 [55][56]
1973–74 McAdoo, BobBob McAdoo* 22 C/F Buffalo Braves 74 901 β€” 459 2,261 30.6 [57][58]
1974–75 dagger McAdoo, BobBob McAdoo* (2) 23 C/F Buffalo Braves 82 1,095 β€” 641 2,831 34.5 [58][59]
1975–76 McAdoo, BobBob McAdoo* (3) 24 C/F Buffalo Braves 78 934 β€” 559 2,427 31.1 [58][60]
1976–77 Maravich, PetePete Maravich* 29 G New Orleans Jazz 73 886 β€” 501 2,273 31.1 [61][62]
1977–78 Gervin, GeorgeGeorge Gervin*[j] 25 G/F San Antonio Spurs 82 864 β€” 504 2,232 27.2 [68][69]
1978–79 Gervin, GeorgeGeorge Gervin* (2) 26 G/F San Antonio Spurs 80 947 β€” 471 2,365 29.6 [69][70]
1979–80 Gervin, GeorgeGeorge Gervin* (3) 27 G/F San Antonio Spurs 78 1,024 32 505 2,585 33.1 [69][71]
1980–81 Dantley, AdrianAdrian Dantley* 24 F/G Utah Jazz 80 909 2 632 2,452 30.7 [72][73]
1981–82 Gervin, GeorgeGeorge Gervin* (4) 29 G/F San Antonio Spurs 79 993 10 555 2,551 32.3 [69][74]
1982–83 English, AlexAlex English* 29 F Denver Nuggets 82 959 2 406 2,326 28.4 [75][76]
1983–84 Dantley, AdrianAdrian Dantley* (2) 27 F/G Utah Jazz 79 802 1 813 2,418 30.6 [73][77]
1984–85 King, BernardBernard King*[k] 28 F New York Knicks 55 691 1 426 1,809 32.9 [79][80]
1985–86 Wilkins, DominiqueDominique Wilkins*[l] 26 F Atlanta Hawks 78 888 13 577 2,366 30.3 [82][83]
1986–87 Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan* 23 G Chicago Bulls 82 1,098 12 833 3,041 37.1 [84][85]
1987–88 dagger Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan* (2) 24 G Chicago Bulls 82 1,069 7 723 2,868 35.0 [85][86]
1988–89 Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan* (3) 25 G Chicago Bulls 81 966 27 674 2,633 32.5 [85][87]
1989–90 Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan* (4) 26 G Chicago Bulls 82 1,034 92 593 2,753 33.6 [85][88]
1990–91 dagger Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan* (5) 27 G Chicago Bulls 82 990 29 571 2,580 31.5 [85][89]
1991–92 dagger Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan* (6) 28 G Chicago Bulls 80 943 27 491 2,404 30.1 [85][90]
1992–93 Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan* (7) 29 G Chicago Bulls 78 992 81 476 2,541 32.6 [85][91]
1993–94 Robinson, DavidDavid Robinson*[m] 28 C San Antonio Spurs 80 840 10 693 2,383 29.8 [93][94]
1994–95 O'Neal, ShaquilleShaquille O'Neal* 22 C Orlando Magic 79 930 0 455 2,315 29.3 [95][96]
1995–96 dagger Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan* (8) 32 G Chicago Bulls 82 916 111 548 2,491 30.4 [85][97]
1996–97 Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan* (9) 33 G Chicago Bulls 82 920 111 480 2,431 29.6 [85][98]
1997–98 dagger Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan* (10) [n] 34 G Chicago Bulls 82 881 30 565 2,357 28.7 [85][101]
1998–99[o] Iverson, AllenAllen Iverson*[p] 23 G Philadelphia 76ers 48 435 58 356 1,284 26.8 [104][105]
1999–00 dagger O'Neal, ShaquilleShaquille O'Neal* (2) 27 C Los Angeles Lakers 79 956 0 432 2,344 29.7 [96][106]
2000–01 dagger Iverson, AllenAllen Iverson* (2)[q] 25 G Philadelphia 76ers 71 762 98 585 2,207 31.1 [105][108]
2001–02 Iverson, AllenAllen Iverson* (3)[r] 26 G Philadelphia 76ers 60 665 78 475 1,883 31.4 [105][110]
2002–03 McGrady, TracyTracy McGrady*[s] 23 G/F Orlando Magic 75 829 173 576 2,407 32.1 [112][113]
2003–04 McGrady, TracyTracy McGrady* (2)[t] 24 G/F Orlando Magic 67 653 174 398 1,878 28.0 [113]
2004–05 Iverson, AllenAllen Iverson* (4) 29 G Philadelphia 76ers 75 771 104 656 2,302 30.7 [105]
2005–06 Bryant, KobeKobe Bryant 27 G Los Angeles Lakers 80 978 180 696 2,832 35.4 [115]
2006–07 Bryant, KobeKobe Bryant (2) 28 G Los Angeles Lakers 77 813 137 667 2,430 31.6 [115]
2007–08 James, LeBronLeBron James^[u] 23 F Cleveland Cavaliers 75 794 113 549 2,250 30.0 [117]
2008–09 Wade, DwyaneDwyane Wade^ 27 G Miami Heat 79 854 88 590 2,386 30.2 [118]
2009–10 Durant, KevinKevin Durant^[v] 21 F Oklahoma City Thunder 82 794 128 756 2,472 30.1 [120]
2010–11 Durant, KevinKevin Durant^ (2) 22 F Oklahoma City Thunder 78 711 145 594 2,161 27.7 [120]
2011–12[w] Durant, KevinKevin Durant^ (3)[x] 23 F Oklahoma City Thunder 66 643 133 431 1,850 28.0 [120]
2012–13 Anthony, CarmeloCarmelo Anthony^[y] 28 F New York Knicks 67 669 157 425 1,920 28.7 [124]
2013–14 dagger Durant, KevinKevin Durant^ (4) 25 F Oklahoma City Thunder 81 849 192 703 2,593 32.0 [120]
2014–15 Westbrook, RussellRussell Westbrook^[z] 26 G Oklahoma City Thunder 67 627 86 546 1,886 28.1 [126]
2015–16 dagger Curry, StephenStephen Curry^[aa] 28 G Golden State Warriors 79 805 402 363 2,375 30.1 [128]
2016–17 dagger Westbrook, RussellRussell Westbrook^ (2) 28 G Oklahoma City Thunder 81 824 200 710 2,558 31.6 [126]

Multiple-time leaders[edit]

Ranking Player Team Times leader Years
1 Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls 10 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998
2 Wilt Chamberlain Philadelphia Warriors/San Francisco Warriors (5) /Philadelphia 76ers (2) 7 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966
3 Kevin Durant
George Gervin
Allen Iverson
Oklahoma City Thunder
San Antonio Spurs
Philadelphia 76ers
4 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014
1978, 1979, 1980, 1982
1999, 2001, 2002, 2005
4 Neil Johnston
Bob McAdoo
George Mikan
Philadelphia Warriors
Buffalo Braves
Minneapolis Lakers
3 1953, 1954, 1955
1974, 1975, 1976
1949, 1950, 1951
5 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Paul Arizin
Kobe Bryant
Adrian Dantley
Tracy McGrady
Shaquille O'Neal
Bob Pettit
Russell Westbrook
Milwaukee Bucks
Philadelphia Warriors
Los Angeles Lakers
Utah Jazz
Orlando Magic
Orlando Magic (1) / Los Angeles Lakers (1)
St. Louis Hawks
Oklahoma City Thunder
2 1971, 1972
1952, 1957
2006, 2007
1981, 1984
2003, 2004
1995, 2000
1956, 1959
2015, 2017

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ At the start of February 1st of that season.
  2. ^ The player's primary position is listed first.
  3. ^ In the 1947–48 season, Joe Fulks averaged the most points (22.1) but had only played in 43 games and totaled 949 points, the second highest total.[12][13]
  4. ^ Wilt Chamberlain holds the all-time rookie record for points per game.[6]
  5. ^ Wilt Chamberlain holds the all-time record for total points scored and points per game in a single season.[6]
  6. ^ In the 1967–68 season, Oscar Robertson averaged the most points (29.2) but had only played in 65 games and totaled 1,896 points, the sixth highest total.[42][43]
  7. ^ Elvin Hayes is the last rookie to lead the league in scoring average.
  8. ^ In the 1969–70 season, rookie Lew Alcindor had the highest point total (2,361) but was second in scoring average (28.8).[48]
  9. ^ Before the 1971–72 season, Lew Alcindor changed his name to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.[51]
  10. ^ In the 1977–78 season, George Gervin defeated David Thompson for the scoring title in the closest scoring duel ever (27.21 to 27.15) where Thompson scored 73 on the last day of the season and Gervin answered with 63 (Gervin also broke Thompson's record of 32 points set earlier on the same day in the first quarter by scoring a record 33 points in the second quarter).[63][64][65][66] Both Thompson's and Gervin's games were losses.[67]
  11. ^ In the 1984–85 season, rookie Michael Jordan had the highest point total (2,313) but was third in scoring average (28.2). Bernard King tied for the twelfth highest point total (1,809) but had the highest scoring average (32.9).[78]
  12. ^ In the 1985–86 season Alex English had the highest point total (2,414) but was third in scoring average (29.8).[81]
  13. ^ In the 1993–94 season, David Robinson scored 71 points in the final game of the season to edge Shaquille O'Neal (29.3) for the scoring title.[92]
  14. ^ In the 1997–98 season, Michael Jordan defeated Shaquille O'Neal for the scoring title in the third closest scoring race ever (28.7 to 28.3).[99] Jordan, at 35 years and 60 days old, is the oldest scoring leader in NBA history.[100]
  15. ^ The 1998–99 season was shortened to 50 games due to the league's lockout.[102] The qualification of this season's scoring title is to appear in at least 43 games (out of 50) or to have at least 854 points.[5]
  16. ^ In the lockout-shortened 1998–99 season, Shaquille O'Neal had the highest point total (1,289) but was second in scoring average (26.3).[103]
  17. ^ In the 2000–01 season, Jerry Stackhouse had the highest point total (2,380) but was second in scoring average (29.8).[107]
  18. ^ In the 2001–02 season, Paul Pierce had the highest point total (2,144) but was third in scoring average (26.1).[109]
  19. ^ In the 2002–03 season, Kobe Bryant had the highest point total (2,461) but was second in scoring average (30.0).[111]
  20. ^ In the 2003–04 season, Kevin Garnett had the highest point total (1,987) but was third in scoring average (24.2).[114]
  21. ^ In the 2007–08 season, Kobe Bryant had the highest point total (2,323) but was second in scoring average (28.3).[116]
  22. ^ In the 2009–10 season, Kevin Durant defeated LeBron James for the scoring title (30.1 to 29.7).[119] Durant, at 21 years and 197 days old, is also the youngest scoring leader in NBA history.[10]
  23. ^ The 2011–12 season was shortened to 66 games due to the league's lockout.[121] The qualification of this season's scoring title is to appear in at least 56 games (out of 66) or to have at least 1127 points.[5]
  24. ^ In the 2011–12 season, Kevin Durant defeated Kobe Bryant for the scoring title in the second closest scoring race ever (28.03 to 27.86).[99][122] Bryant, who needed to score 38 points in the final game to win, decided to sit out.[122]
  25. ^ In the 2012–13 season, Kevin Durant had the highest point total (2,280) but was second in scoring average (28.1).[123]
  26. ^ In the 2014–15 season, James Harden had the highest point total (2,217) but was second in scoring average (27.4).[125]
  27. ^ In the 2015–16 season, James Harden had the highest point total (2,376) but was second in scoring average (29.0).[127]

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