"Records are made to be broken" it is not just in the proverb, but also in the US basketball professional league NBA. Even here there are numerous records. We show you the most impressive records in the league.
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- 2 NBA records - statistics, statistics, statistics
- 3 NBA records for eternity
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Not a year goes in the NBA, will be without several records broken. Whether team records or personal records of individual players. Some NBA records could only by certain rule changes (for example, the introduction of the three-point line 1979) arise other reason will not be broken. The interesting records we present you below. In other articles we will show you what the NBA playoffs and how you can use the NBA League Pass.
NBA records - statistics, statistics, statistics
Basketball is a sport which, although primarily based on athletic performance, but will be appreciate the value and effectiveness of each player exactly with numerous statistics. Analytics are thereby used not only in marketing, but also in the evaluation of certain benefits &# 8211; Discarding rates, passes leading directly to the basket success and resulting efficiency are important especially when it comes to new contracts of many players. Nevertheless basketball are also people who act out of the norm and an average value and thus set up some incredible records.
First NBA points record: Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 points
If there is a record that will probably no longer be broken in the near future, the Hall-of-Famer Wilt Chamberlain, who scored in the game between the New York Knicks and Philadelphia Warriors 1962 100 points. During this time the NBA was an entirely different league and Chamberlain with its size and fitness level a special player who dominated the league for years. In the modern NBA made it Kobe Bryant in a game against the Toronto Raptors to reach 81 points and a record close to come.
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2. NBA record from the three-point line: Stephen Curry
Stephen Curry is not only in the season 2015/16 an absolute phenomenon, already regarded as one of best jump launcher of the sport and moved his skills almost completely behind the three-point line. Although he was only moved to position 7 in the NBA Draft, he excelled in the two previous seasons not only the previous record of Ray Allen, who scored in a season 269 triple, but surpassed in subsequent seasons always itself. So far managed ever to hit it no players 300 triple in a season. Stephen Curry surpassed not only the singles ended the current season with a total of 401 made three-point throws. The extraordinary thing about it: It is very effective and has the second-best batting average (about 45.6%). This means: He throws and hits not only have more three than some NBA teams, but needed for far less attempts. The league-wide average in the same season the way at 35.4 percent.
3. Golden State Warriors - the most wins in a season
The legendary Chicago Bulls in the 1995-96 season won by the 82 regular season games and 72 lost only 10 games. The team led by Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman is still considered one of the most dominant team that ever. Last season 2015/2016, almost exactly 20 years later, he managed the Golden State Warriors as the first team to break this record. The Warriors won 73 games last season and only went nine times as losers from the field. For this, the team led by Stephen Curry, Draymond Green and Klay Thompson did not lose consecutive games - that too does anyone before them.
4. Boston Celtics - most championships
The Boston Celtics are the team that won the NBA most titles and championships. 17 times to the NBA Finals, they were allowed to stretch the trophy in the air and are in addition to the Los Angeles Lakers (16 championships) as one of the best franchises in the league. Only from 1960 to 1966 the team won the championship every year. Celtics legend Bill Russell won eleven championships in the period from 1957 to 1969 as a player. Also today is a record that will probably not broken. Here, however, also have to say that there was a maximum of 14 teams at this time is. Meanwhile, there are 30th
5. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and 38.387 points
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar scored a total of 38.387 points in NBA history and was a total of 20 years in the NBA active. The value could not be broken since his resignation 1989th In his final season, Abdul-Jabbar was 42 years old - for basketball players say nearly a grandfather - and achieved on average still 10 points. Abdul-Jabbar was known for his skyhook, a hook shot that was not to defend to the last of his opponents and his entire career ensured that he could hang up a lot of points, but also as "old man" was still effective.
NBA records for eternity
Of course, no one can anticipate all the records remain for eternity and which will eventually be broken. Just in basketball but also rule changes have a big impact on what happens on the pitch. The fitness standard in the league is now so high that it rarely successful players to dominate for several seasons as they did in the 60s. When it but records are broken, it makes the action on the court all the more exciting.
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