ACB statistical leaders

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ACB statistical leaders are the season by season stats leaders and all-time stats leaders of the top-tier level professional basketball league in Spain, the Liga ACB, and its predecessor, the Liga Nacional Primera División.

Liga Nacional Primera División and Liga ACB Top Scorers by season[edit]

In basketball, points are the sum of the score accumulated through free throws or field goals. The ACB's scoring title is awarded to the player with the highest points per game average in a given regular season.

Player nationality set by the player's national team affiliation.

Season Top Scorer Club Scoring Average / Total Points
Liga Nacional Primera División (1957–1983)
1957
Spain Alfonso Martínez Real Madrid
18.0
1958
Spain Alfonso Martínez (2×) Real Madrid
17.2
1958–59 Puerto Rico Johnny Báez Real Madrid
19.9
1959–60 Spain Alfonso Martínez (average) (3×) /
Puerto Rico Johnny Báez (total points) (2×)
Barcelona /
Real Madrid
20.2 /
439 points
1960–61 Spain Francisco Llobet Orillo Verde
20.4
1961–62 United States Wayne Hightower Real Madrid
19.7
1962–63 Spain Emiliano Rodríguez Real Madrid
19.9
1963–64 Spain Emiliano Rodríguez (2×) Real Madrid
22.7
1964–65 Spain Lorenzo Alocén Helios
24.2
1965–66 United States Miles Aiken Águilas Bilbao
23.9
1966–67 Spain Alfonso Martínez (4×) Joventut
22.1
1967–68 Spain Clifford Luyk Real Madrid
24.3
1968–69 United States Charles Thomas San José Irpen
25.6
1969–70 United States Charles Thomas (2×) San José Irpen
24.1
1970–71 Spain Alfredo Pérez Gómez Breogán
27.1
1971–72 Spain Gonzalo Sagi-Vela Estudiantes
21.6
1972–73 Spain Alfredo Pérez Gómez (2×) Breogán
23.2
1973–74 United States John Coughran YMCA
31.7
1974–75 United States Ray Price Baskonia
32.2
1975–76 United States Walter Szczerbiak Sr. (average) /
United States Bob Fullarton (total points)
Real Madrid /
Breogán
30.9 /
968 points
1976–77 United States Bob Guyette Barcelona
32.0
1977–78 United States Essie Hollis Askatuak
41.0
1978–79 United States Nate Davis (average) /
United States Webb Williams (total points)
Askatuak /
Baskonia
34.5 /
730 points
1979–80 United States Nate Davis (2×) Valladolid
29.7
1980–81 Canada Lars Hansen OAR Ferrol
27.4
1981–82 United States Larry McNeill Canarias
34.4
1982–83 United States Claude Gregory Baskonia
30.6
Liga ACB (1983–present)
Season Top Scorer Club Scoring Average
1983–84 United States Nate Davis (3×) OAR Ferrol
28.2
1984–85 United States David Russell (average) /
United States Nate Davis (total points) (4×)
Estudiantes /
OAR Ferrol
31.7 /
822 points
1985–86 United States David Russell (2×) Estudiantes
27.0
1986–87 United States Eddie Phillips Canarias
32.6
1987–88 United States Kenny Simpson Manresa
29.5
1988–89 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dražen Petrović Real Madrid
28.0
1989–90 United States Ray Smith Maristas Málaga
27.6
1990–91 United States Walter Berry Atlético Madrid
32.9
1991–92 United States Jeff Lamp Oximesa
29.0
1992–93 Croatia Velimir Perasović Breogán
24.5
1993–94 Brazil Oscar Schmidt Valladolid
33.2
1994–95 United States Darrell Armstrong Ourense
24.6
1995–96 United States John Morton Gran Canaria
26.3
1996–97 United States John Morton (2×) Gran Canaria
23.6
1997–98 United States Tony White Valladolid
21.2
1998–99 Croatia Velimir Perasović (2×) Fuenlabrada
22.5
1999–00 Croatia Velimir Perasović (3×) Fuenlabrada
22.4
2000–01 Croatia Velimir Perasović (4×) Fuenlabrada
22.9
2001–02 Croatia Velimir Perasović (5×) Fuenlabrada
22.4
2002–03 Argentina Walter Herrmann Fuenlabrada
22.3
2003–04 United States Lou Roe Lucentum
20.9
2004–05 United States Charlie Bell Breogán
27.0
2005–06 United States Lou Roe (2×) Sevilla
19.7
2006–07 Spain Juan Carlos Navarro Barcelona
18.9
2007–08 Spain Rudy Fernández Joventut
21.2
2008–09 Serbia Igor Rakočević Baskonia
19.8
2009–10 United States Jaycee Carroll Gran Canaria
19.1
2010–11 United States Jaycee Carroll (2×) Gran Canaria
19.6
2011–12 United States Andy Panko GBC
18.9
2012–13 Canada Carl English Estudiantes
17.2
2013–14 United States Andy Panko (2×) Fuenlabrada
17.9
2014–15 United States Andy Panko (3×) Fuenlabrada
18.6
2015–16 Bulgaria Darius Adams Baskonia
17.2
2016–17 France Edwin Jackson Estudiantes
21.8

Liga ACB all-time most games played[edit]

Player nationality set by the player's national team affiliation. In bold, active players.[1]

Stats through end of 2017–18 ACB season:

Rank Player Games
1.  Spain Felipe Reyes  761
2.  Spain Rafa Jofresa  756
3.  Spain Nacho Rodríguez  737
4.  Spain Nacho Azofra  705
5.  Spain Juan Carlos Navarro  689
6.  Spain Alex Mumbrú  677
7.  Spain Alberto Herreros  654
8.  Spain Carlos Jiménez  641
9.  Spain Pablo Laso  624
10.  Spain Juan Antonio Orenga  615
11.  Spain Fran Vázquez  607
=.  Spain Sergi Vidal  607
13.  Spain Carlos Montes  605
14.  Spain Berni Rodríguez  601
=.  Spain José Miguel Antúnez  601
16.  Spain Joan Creus[A]  585
17.  Spain José Ángel Arcega  582
18.  Spain Albert Oliver  566
19.  Spain Fernando San Emeterio  556
20.  Spain José Antonio Paraíso  551

A. ^ Counting also games from the old National League, Joan Creus would be the all-time leader with 778 games played.[2]

Liga ACB all-time scoring leaders[edit]

Player nationality set by the player's national team affiliation. In bold, active players. In gold, players with more than 6,000 points, considered by the ACB as historic players.[3]

Stats through end of 2017–18 ACB season:

Rank Player Games Points Scored Average
1.  Spain Alberto Herreros  654  9,759  14.92
2.  Spain Jordi Villacampa  506  8,991  17.77
3.  United States Brian Jackson  392  8,651  22.07
4.  Spain Juan Carlos Navarro  689  8,318  12.07
5.  Spain Felipe Reyes  761  8,060  10.59
6.  United States Granger Hall  433  8,039  18.57
7.  Spain Joan Creus  585  7,929  13.55
8.  United States Joe Arlauckas  365  7,543  20.67
9.  Spain Alex Mumbrú  677  7,435  10.98
10.  Croatia Velimir Perasović  354  7,387  20.87
11.  Spain Epi  422  7,029  16.66
12.  Spain Darryl Middleton  398  6,425  16.14
13.  United States Andre Turner  378  6,405  16.94
14.  Spain Rafa Jofresa  756  6,327  8.37
15.  United States Richard Scott  350  6,199  17.71
16.  United States John Pinone  332  6,175  18.60
17.  Spain Bernard Hopkins  456  6,088  13.35
18.  United States Claude Riley  308  6,074  19.72
19.  Spain Xavi Fernández  499  6,042  12.11
20.  Spain Chicho Sibilio  348  6,010  17.27

Liga ACB all-time rebounding leaders[edit]

Player nationality set by the player's national team affiliation. In bold, active players. In gold, players with more than 2,500 rebounds, considered by the ACB as historic players.[4]

Stats through the end of the 2017–18 ACB season:

Rank Player Games Rebounds Average
1.  Spain Felipe Reyes  761  4,556  5.99
2.  United States Granger Hall  433  4,292  9.91
3.  Spain Carlos Jiménez  641  3,526  5.50
4.  United States Claude Riley  308  3,033  9.85
5.  Spain Juan Antonio Orenga  616  2,933  4.77
6.  Lithuania Arvydas Sabonis  235  2,904  12.36
7.  Spain Bernard Hopkins  456  2,806  6.15
8.  Spain Mike Smith  405  2,755  6.80
9.  United States Larry Micheaux  269  2,729  10.14
10.  Spain Darryl Middleton  398  2,701  6.79
11.  Spain Fran Vázquez  607  2,653  4.37
12.  United States Joe Arlauckas  365  2,626  7.19
13.  Spain Alex Mumbrú  677  2,499  3,68
14.  United States Harper Williams  346  2,493  7.21
15.  Central African Republic Anicet Lavodrama  345  2,429  7.04
16.  Spain Alfonso Reyes  461  2,417  5.24
17.  Belgium Axel Hervelle  473  2,355  4.98
18.  Spain Ramón Rivas  307  2,290  7.46
19.  Spain Ferrán Martínez  417  2,287  5.48
20.  United States Darrell Lockhart  291  2,283  7.85

Liga ACB all-time assists leaders[edit]

Player nationality set by the player's national team affiliation. In bold, active players. In gold, players with more than 1,500 assists, considered by the ACB as historic players.[5]

Stats through the end of the 2017–18 ACB season:

Rank Player Games Assists Average
1.  Spain Pablo Laso  624  2,896  4.64
2.  Spain Nacho Azofra  705  2,224  3.15
3.  Spain Nacho Rodríguez  737  2,032  2.76
4.  Spain Albert Oliver  566  1,852  3.27
5.  United States Elmer Bennett  360  1,838  5.11
6.  Spain José Luis Llorente  474  1,768  3.73
7.  United States Andre Turner  378  1,748  4.62
8.  Argentina Pablo Prigioni  458  1,718  3.73
9.  Spain Salva Díez  519  1,691  3.26
10.  Brazil Marcelinho Huertas  453  1,685  3.72
11.  Spain Javi Salgado  462  1,672  3.62
12.  Spain Juan Carlos Navarro  689  1,637  2.38
13.  Spain Rafa Jofresa  756  1,573  2.08
14.  Spain Sergio Rodríguez  333  1,475  4.43
15.  Spain Joan Creus  585  1,461  2.50
16.  Spain José Miguel Antúnez  601  1,436  2.39
17.  Spain Sergio Llull  431  1,416  3.29
18.  Spain Berni Rodríguez  601  1,372  2.28
19.  Spain Javi Rodríguez  365  1,343  3.68
20.  Spain Carles Marco  361  1,303  3.61

Liga ACB all-time steals leaders[edit]

Player nationality set by the player's national team affiliation. In bold, active players. In gold, players with more than 750 steals, considered by the ACB as historic players.[6]

Stats through the end of the 2017–18 ACB season:

Rank Player Games Steals Average
1.  Spain Pablo Laso  624  1,219  1.95
2.  Spain Nacho Rodríguez  737  1,145  1.55
3.  Spain Joan Creus  585  1,087  1.86
4.  Spain Rafa Jofresa  756  968  1.28
5.  Spain Carlos Jiménez  641  941  1.47
6.  Spain Salva Díez  519  937  1.81
7.  Spain Carlos Montes  605  900  1.49
8.  United States Andre Turner  378  840  2.22
9.  Spain Alberto Herreros  654  822  1.26
10.  Spain Jordi Villacampa  506  785  1.55
11.  Spain Nacho Azofra  705  784  1.11
12.  Spain Quim Costa  316  769  2.43
13.  Argentina Pablo Prigioni  458  767  1.66
14.  Spain José Ángel Arcega  582  767  1.32
15.  Spain José Luis Llorente  474  755  1.59
16.  Spain José Antonio Montero  466  751  1.61
17.  Spain Felipe Reyes  761  715  0.94
18.  Spain José Miguel Antúnez  601  710  1.18
19.  Spain Alberto Angulo  542  702  1.30
20.  Spain Fede Ramiro  380  648  1.71

Liga ACB all-time blocks leaders[edit]

Player nationality set by the player's national team affiliation. In bold, active players. In gold, players with more than 600 blocked shots, considered by the ACB as historic players.[7]

Stats through the end of the 2017–18 ACB season:

Rank Player Games Blocks Average
1.  Spain Fran Vázquez  607  712  1.17
2.  Spain Fernando Romay  416  671  1.61
3.  United States George Singleton  251  588  2.34
4.  Lithuania Arvydas Sabonis  235  528  2.25
5.  Spain Sitapha Savané  488  499  1.02
6.  United States Harper Williams  346  459  1.33
7.  Spain Derrick Alston  301  456  1.51
8.  Central African Republic Anicet Lavodrama  345  395  1.14
9.  United States Joe Arlauckas  365  375  1.03
10.  United States Granger Hall  433  348  0.80
11.  France Frederic Weis  293  346  1.18
12.  United States Brad Branson  280  333  1.19
13.  Spain Juan Antonio Morales  391  332  0.85
14.  United States Mike Phillips  191  329  1.72
15.  United States Kenny Green  136  327  2.40

Liga ACB all-time made 3 point field goal leaders[edit]

Player nationality set by the player's national team affiliation. In bold, active players. In gold, players with more than 650 three-pointers, considered by the ACB as historic players.[8]

Stats through the end of the 2017–18 ACB season:

Rank Player Games 3 Pointers Made Average
1.  Spain Alberto Herreros  654  1,233  1.89
2.  Spain Juan Carlos Navarro  689  1,179  1.71
3.  Spain Álex Mumbrú  677  901  1.33
4.  Croatia Velimir Perasovic  354  882  2.49
5.  Spain Rafa Martínez  508  774  1.52
6.  Spain Raúl Pérez  495  770  1.56
7.  United States Louis Bullock  364  734  2.02
8.  Spain Rafa Jofresa  756  712  0.94
9.  Spain Rudy Fernández  407  710  1.74
10.  Spain Xavi Fernández  499  710  1.42
11.  Spain Joan Creus  585  702  1.20
12.  Spain Chicho Sibilio  348  693  1.99
13.  Azerbaijan Jaycee Carroll  360  693  1.93
14.  Spain Nacho Azofra  705  686  0.97
15.  Argentina Juan Espil  339  681  2.01
16.  United States Andre Turner  378  672  1.78
17.  Spain Sergio Llull  431  665  1.54
18.  Spain Javi Salgado  462  661  1.43
19.  United States Andy Toolson  206  629  3.05
20.  Spain Epi  422  627  1.49

References[edit]

  1. ^ HISTORICOS: Partidos jugados en LACB (in Spanish).
  2. ^ "Felipe Reyes iguala el récord de partidos de Rafa Jofresa". ACB (in Spanish). Retrieved 20 June 2018.
  3. ^ HISTORICOS: Anotadores en LACB (in Spanish).
  4. ^ HISTORICOS: Reboteadores en LACB (in Spanish).
  5. ^ HISTORICOS: Asistencias en LACB (in Spanish).
  6. ^ HISTORICOS: Balones recuperados en LACB (in Spanish).
  7. ^ HISTORICOS: Tapones en LACB (in Spanish).
  8. ^ HISTORICOS: Triples en LACB (in Spanish).

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