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This article lists all-time records achieved in the NBA regular season in major statistical categories recognized by the league, including those set by teams and individuals in a game, season, and career. The NBA also recognizes records from its original incarnation, the Basketball Association of America (BAA).

Individual game records

  • Most minutes and seconds played in a game
  • Quickest to reach a triple-double
  • 14 minutes and 33 seconds by Nikola Jokić, Denver Nuggets (at Milwaukee Bucks) on February 15, 2018.[2]

Points

  • Most points in a half
  • 59 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors (vs. New York Knicks) on March 2, 1962 (2nd)[4]
  • Most points in a quarter
  • Most points in an overtime period
  • Most points in a triple-double

Field goals

  • Most field goals made in a game
  • 36 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors (vs. New York Knicks) on March 2, 1962[4]
  • Most field goals attempted in a game
  • 63 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors (vs. New York Knicks) on March 2, 1962[4]
  • Most field goals missed in a game
  • Most field goals made in a half
  • 22 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors (vs. New York Knicks) on March 2, 1962 (2nd)[4]
  • Most field goals attempted in a half
  • 37 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors (vs. New York Knicks) on March 2, 1962 (2nd)[4]
  • Most field goals made in a quarter
  • 13 by David Thompson, Denver Nuggets (vs. Detroit Pistons) on April 9, 1978 (1st)[9]
  • 13 by Klay Thompson, Golden State Warriors (vs. Sacramento Kings) on January 23, 2015 (3rd)[10]
  • Most field goals attempted in a quarter
  • 21 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors (vs. New York Knicks) on March 2, 1962 (4th)[4]
  • Most field goals made in a game, no misses
  • Most 2-point field goals made in a game
  • 36 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors (vs. New York Knicks) on March 2, 1962[4]
  • Most 2-point field goals attempted in a game
  • 63 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors (vs. New York Knicks) on March 2, 1962[4]
  • Most 2-point field goals missed in a game
  • 42 by Joe Fulks, Philadelphia Warriors (vs. Providence Steamrollers) on March 18, 1948 (13/55)[11]
  • Most 3-point field goals made in a game
  • 14 by Klay Thompson, Golden State Warriors (at Chicago Bulls) on October 29, 2018 (14/24)[12]
  • Most 3-point field goals attempted in a game
  • 24 by Klay Thompson, Golden State Warriors (at Chicago Bulls) on October 29, 2018 (14/24)[12]
  • Most 3-point field goals missed in a game
  • 16 by Damon Stoudamire, Portland Trail Blazers (at Golden State Warriors) on April 15, 2005 (5/21)[13]
  • 16 by James Harden, Houston Rockets (at Orlando Magic) on January 13, 2019 (1/17)[14]
  • 16 by James Harden, Houston Rockets (vs. Sacramento Kings) on March 30, 2019 (7/23)[15]
  • 16 by James Harden, Houston Rockets (vs. New Orleans Pelicans) on October 26, 2019 (2/18)[16]
  • 16 by James Harden, Houston Rockets (at San Antonio Spurs) on December 3, 2019 (4/20)[17]
  • 16 by James Harden, Houston Rockets (at Atlanta Hawks) on January 8, 2020 (4/20)[18]
  • 16 by James Harden, Houston Rockets (vs. Oklahoma City Thunder) on January 20, 2020 (1/17)[19]
  • Most consecutive 3-point field goals made to start a game
  • 10 by Ty Lawson, Denver Nuggets (vs. Minnesota Timberwolves) on April 9, 2011 (10/11)[20]
  • 10 by Klay Thompson, Golden State Warriors (at Los Angeles Lakers) on January 21, 2019 (10/11)[21]
  • Most 3-point field goals attempted in a game, none made
  • Most 3-point field goals made in a half
  • Most 3-point field goals made in a quarter
  • 9 by Klay Thompson, Golden State Warriors (vs. Sacramento Kings) on January 23, 2015 (9/9)[10]
  • Most 3-point field goals attempted in a quarter, no misses
  • 9 by Klay Thompson, Golden State Warriors (vs. Sacramento Kings) on January 23, 2015 (9/9)[10]

Free throws

  • Most free throws made in a game
  • 28 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors (vs. New York Knicks) on March 2, 1962 (28/32)[4][26]
  • 28 by Adrian Dantley, Utah Jazz (vs. Houston Rockets) on January 4, 1984 (28/29)[26]
  • Most free throws made in a game, no misses
  • 24 by James Harden, Houston Rockets (vs. San Antonio Spurs) on December 3, 2019[27]
  • Most free throws attempted in a game, none made
  • Most free throws attempted in a game
  • 39 by Dwight Howard, Orlando Magic (vs. Golden State Warriors) on January 12, 2012 (21/39)[28]
  • 39 by Dwight Howard, Los Angeles Lakers (at Orlando Magic) on March 12, 2013 (25/39)[29]
  • Most free throws missed in a game
  • Most free throws made in a half
  • 20 by Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls (vs. Miami Heat) on December 30, 1992[31]
  • 20 by Devin Booker, Phoenix Suns (vs. Boston Celtics) on March 24, 2017[31]
  • Most free throws attempted in a half
  • 28 by Andre Drummond, Detroit Pistons (vs. Houston Rockets) on January 20, 2016 (11/28)[32]
  • Most free throws made in a quarter
  • Most free throws attempted in a quarter

Rebounds

  • 55 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors (vs. Boston Celtics) on November 24, 1960[4][35]
  • Most rebounds in a half
  • Most rebounds in a quarter

Assists

  • Most assists in a half
  • Most assists in a quarter

Steals

  • Most steals in a half
  • Most steals in a quarter
  • 8 by Fat Lever, Denver Nuggets (vs. Indiana Pacers) on March 9, 1985[40][42]

Blocks

  • Most blocks in a half
  • 11 by Elmore Smith, Los Angeles Lakers (vs. Portland Trail Blazers) on October 28, 1973[44][45]
  • 11 by George T. Johnson, San Antonio Spurs (vs. Golden State Warriors) on February 24, 1981[45]
  • 11 by Manute Bol, Washington Bullets (vs. Milwaukee Bucks) on December 12, 1985[45]
  • Most blocks in a quarter
  • 8 by Manute Bol, Washington Bullets (vs. Milwaukee Bucks) on December 12, 1985[45]
  • 8 by Manute Bol, Washington Bullets (vs. Indiana Pacers) on February 26, 1987[45]
  • 8 by Dikembe Mutombo, Philadelphia 76ers (at Chicago Bulls) on December 1, 2001[45]
  • 8 by Erick Dampier, Golden State Warriors (vs. Los Angeles Clippers) on April 17, 2002[45][46]

Turnovers

  • Most turnovers in a game

Individual season records

  • Most games played
  • Most minutes played
  • Most minutes per game average
  • Most consecutive triple-doubles

Points

  • Highest points per game average
  • Most points
  • Most 50-point games
  • Most 40-point games
  • Most consecutive 50+ point games
  • 7 by Wilt Chamberlain from December 16 – 29, 1961[4]
  • Most consecutive 40+ point games
  • 14 by Wilt Chamberlain from December 8 – 30, 1961 and January 11 – February 1, 1962[51]
  • Most consecutive 30+ point games
  • 65 by Wilt Chamberlain from November 4, 1961 – February 22, 1962[52]

Field goals

  • Most field goals made
  • Highest field goal percentage
  • Most field goals attempted
  • Most field goals missed
  • Most 2-point field goals made
  • Highest 2-point field goal percentage
  • Most 2-point field goals attempted
  • Most 2-point field goals missed

Free throws

  • Most free throws made
  • Highest free throw percentage
  • Most free throws attempted

Rebounds

  • Highest rebounds per game average
  • Most rebounds

Fouls

  • Most personal fouls
  • Most disqualifications
  • Most consecutive disqualifications

Individual career records

  • 22 by Vince Carter.[60]
  • Most games played in one team
  • 57,446 by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar[49]
  • Most minutes per game
  • 45.8 by Wilt Chamberlain[4]

Points

  • 38,387 by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar[49]
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league in points
  • Most 50+ point games
  • 118 by Wilt Chamberlain[4]
  • Most 40+ point games
  • 271 by Wilt Chamberlain[4]
  • Most consecutive 30+ point games
  • 65 by Wilt Chamberlain from November 4, 1961 – February 22, 1963[61]
  • Most consecutive 20+ point games
  • 126 by Wilt Chamberlain from October 19, 1961 – January 19, 1963[62]
  • Most consecutive 10+ point games
  • 973 by LeBron James from January 6, 2007 – present (active)[63]

Field goals

  • Most field goals made
  • 15,837 by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar[52]
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league in field goals made
  • 7 by Wilt Chamberlain (1960–66)[4] and Michael Jordan (1987–93)
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league in field goals attempted
  • 7 by Wilt Chamberlain (1960–66)[4]
  • Most consecutive field goals made
  • 35 by Wilt Chamberlain from February 17–28, 1967[4]
  • Most consecutive games with a field goal made
  • 1,360 by Tim Duncan from October 31, 1997 – December 30, 2015.[64]

Other

  • Most seasons leading league in free throws attempted
  • 9 by Wilt Chamberlain[4]
  • Most seasons leading league in free throw percentage
  • Highest 3-point field goal percentage
  • 45.40% by Steve Kerr[65]
  • 23,924 by Wilt Chamberlain[4]
  • Highest rebounds per game average
  • 22.9 by Wilt Chamberlain[4]
  • Most seasons leading league in rebounds
  • 11 by Wilt Chamberlain[4]
  • Most consecutive games with at least 1 steal
  • 108 by Chris Paul[66]
  • Most disqualifications
  • Most technical fouls by a player
  • 304 by Rasheed Wallace[67]

Rookie and age-related records

In 2006, the NBA introduced age requirement restrictions. Prospective high school players must wait a year before entering the NBA, making age-related records harder to break.

  • Youngest player to be drafted
  • Andrew Bynum was the youngest player to be drafted in NBA history at 17 years and 249 days after the Los Angeles Lakers selected him as the 10th overall pick in the 2005 NBA draft. He made his debut at 18 years and 6 days and was also the youngest to ever play in the NBA.[68]
  • Oldest player to be drafted
  • Bernard James was the oldest player to be drafted in NBA history at 27 years and 148 days after the Cleveland Cavaliers selected him as the 33rd overall pick in the 2012 NBA draft before trading his rights to the Dallas Mavericks. He made his debut at 27 years and 266 days.[69]
  • Youngest player debut
  • Andrew Bynum was the youngest player to debut in NBA history at 18 years and 6 days on his first game with the Los Angeles Lakers against the Denver Nuggets on November 2, 2005.[70]
  • Oldest player debut
  • Nat Hickey was the oldest player to debut in NBA history at 45 years and 362 days on his first game with the Providence Steamrollers against the St. Louis Bombers on January 27, 1949. He was the team's coach and activated himself as a player. He only played 2 games.[71][72]
  • Most points per game by a rookie
  • Most points in a game by a rookie
  • 58 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors (vs. Detroit Pistons) on January 25, 1960
  • 58 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors (at New York Knicks) on February 21, 1960[73]
  • Most rebounds in a game by a rookie
  • Most assists in a game by a rookie
  • Leading the league in scoring
  • Leading the league in rebounding
  • Youngest: Dwight Howard of the Orlando Magic, at 22 years, 130 days (on April 16, 2008), led the league in rebounding by averaging 14.2 rebounds per game during the 2007–08 NBA season.[77]
  • Youngest/Oldest player to score 60+ points in a game
  • Youngest: Devin Booker is the youngest player to score 60+ points in a game, scoring 70 points for the Phoenix Suns vs. the Boston Celtics at the age of 20 years, 145 days.[78]
  • Oldest: Kobe Bryant is the oldest player to score 60+ points in a game, scoring 60 points for the Los Angeles Lakers vs. the Utah Jazz at the age of 37 years, 234 days.[79]
  • Youngest/Oldest player to score 50+ points in a game
  • Youngest: Brandon Jennings is the youngest player to score 50+ points in a game, scoring 55 points for the Milwaukee Bucks against the Golden State Warriors at the age of 20 years, 52 days.[80]
  • Oldest: Jamal Crawford is the oldest player to score 50+ points in a game, scoring 51 points for the Phoenix Suns against the Dallas Mavericks at the age of 39 years, 21 days.[81]
  • Youngest/Oldest player to score 40+ points in a game
  • Oldest: Michael Jordan is the oldest player and only 40-year-old player to score 40+ points in a game, doing so with 43 points for the Washington Wizards vs. the New Jersey Nets at the age of 40 years, 4 days.[82]
  • Youngest/Oldest player to score 30+ points in a game
  • Oldest: Dirk Nowitzki is the oldest player to score 30+ points in a game, doing so with 30 points for the Dallas Mavericks vs. the Phoenix Suns at the age of 40 years, 294 days.[83]
  • Youngest/Oldest player to score 20+ points in a game
  • Oldest: Vince Carter is the oldest player to score 20+ points in a game, doing so with 21 points for the Atlanta Hawks vs. the Miami Heat at the age of 42 years, 37 days.[84]
  • Youngest/Oldest player to score 20+ points in a game as a reserve
  • Oldest: Vince Carter is the oldest player to score 20+ while coming off the bench, he scored 21 points for the Atlanta Hawks against the Miami Heat at the age of 42 years, 37 days.[84]
  • Youngest player to reach... (career)
  • 30,000 Points – LeBron James (33 years, 24 days) on January 23, 2018[85]
  • 10,000 Rebounds – Wilt Chamberlain (28 years, 81 days) on November 10, 1964[86]

Team game records

Note: Other than the longest game and disqualifications in a game, all records in this section are since the 24-second shot clock was instituted for 1954–55 season onward.

  • Longest game
  • The longest NBA game occurred on January 6, 1951 between the Olympians and Royals. Indianapolis beat Rochester 75–73 after 6 overtimes.[87]
  • 186 by the Detroit Pistons vs. the Denver Nuggets on December 13, 1983 (3 OT)[88]
  • Most points in a game – regulation
  • 173 by the Boston Celtics vs. the Minneapolis Lakers on February 27, 1959[89]
  • 173 by the Phoenix Suns vs. the Denver Nuggets on November 10, 1990[90]
  • Fewest points in a game (post-shot clock)
  • 49 by the Chicago Bulls vs. the Miami Heat on April 10, 1999[91]
  • Fewest points in 2nd half
  • Fewest field goals made in a game
  • 16 by the Orlando Magic vs. the Boston Celtics on January 23, 2012[93]
  • Most combined 3-point field goals made in a game
  • Most 3-point field goals attempted in a game
  • Most 3-point field goals attempted in a game, none made
  • 22 by the Denver Nuggets vs. Portland Trail Blazers, December 21, 2012[96]
  • Most combined 3-point field goals attempted in a game
  • 106 – The Houston Rockets (70) vs. the Brooklyn Nets (36) on January 16, 2019[95]
  • Most 3-point field goals made in a game
  • 27 by the Houston Rockets vs. the Phoenix Suns on April 7, 2019[97]
  • Most 3-point field goals made in a half
  • 17 by the Golden State Warriors at the Chicago Bulls on October 29, 2018[98]
  • Most 3-point field goals attempted in a half
  • 35 by the Houston Rockets vs. the Brooklyn Nets on January 16, 2019[95]
  • Only team to double its opponents' score in a game
  • The Indiana Pacers defeated the Portland Trail Blazers 124–59 on February 27, 1998[99]
  • Largest margin of victory in a quarter
  • 36 – The Los Angeles Lakers outscored the Sacramento Kings 40–4 in the 1st quarter on February 4, 1988[100]
  • Most rebounds in a game
  • 109 by the Boston Celtics vs. the Detroit Pistons on December 24, 1960[101]
  • Fewest rebounds in a game
  • 17 by the Brooklyn Nets vs. the Oklahoma City Thunder on January 31, 2014[102]
  • Most assists in a game
  • 53 by the Milwaukee Bucks vs. the Detroit Pistons on December 26, 1978[103]
  • Most assists in a half
  • 33 by the Phoenix Suns vs. the Denver Nuggets on November 10, 1990[103]
  • Fewest assists in a game
  • 3 by the Boston Celtics vs. the Minneapolis Lakers on November 28, 1956[103]
  • 3 by the Baltimore Bullets vs. the Boston Celtics on October 16, 1963[103]
  • 3 by the Cincinnati Royals vs. the Chicago Bulls on December 5, 1967[103]
  • 3 by the New York Knicks vs. the Boston Celtics on March 28, 1976[103]
  • Most steals in a quarter
  • 12 by the Golden State Warriors vs. the Indiana Pacers on January 16, 2008[104]
  • Fewest turnovers in a game
  • 2 by the Milwaukee Bucks vs. the Indiana Pacers on April 1, 2006[105]
  • 2 by the Cleveland Cavaliers vs. the Portland Trail Blazers on March 19, 2009 (OT)[106]
  • 2 by the Oklahoma City Thunder vs. the Los Angeles Lakers on March 6, 2013[107]
  • Most fast-break points in a game
  • 56 by the Phoenix Suns at the Golden State Warriors on March 15, 2009[108]
  • Largest comebacks
  • 36 points (:20 left in 2nd) – The Utah Jazz overcame a 36-point deficit[109] to defeat the Denver Nuggets at home on November 27, 1996.[110] Utah trailed 70–34 with 20 seconds left in the 1st half, but outscored Denver 73–33 during the rest of the game to win 107–103. This is the largest overall deficit overcome in NBA history.[111]

Team season records

  • Best record
  • 73–9 (.890) by the Golden State Warriors in the 2015–16 season[112]
  • Worst record
  • Most losses
  • Fewest wins
  • Longest winning streak
  • 33 by the Los Angeles Lakers from November 5, 1971 – January 7, 1972[114]
  • Best home record
  • Fewest home losses
  • Worst home record
  • 2–18 (.121) by the Providence Steamrollers in the 1947–48 season[117]
  • Fewest home wins
  • Most home losses
  • Best road record
  • 34–7 (.829) by the Golden State Warriors in the 2015–16 season[120]
  • Most road wins
  • Fewest road losses
  • Worst road record
  • Fewest home wins
  • Most road losses
  • Lowest average point differential
  • Best single-season improvement

Team franchise records

  • Highest winning percentage
  • 61.8% by the San Antonio Spurs (2,189–1,352)[128]
  • Lowest winning percentage
  • 39.6% by the Minnesota Timberwolves (980–1,496)[128]
  • Longest streak of at least one 3-point field goal made
  • 1,287 games: Phoenix Suns (March 29, 2004–Present)[129]

Other records

  • Most consecutive points in a regular season game
  • 26 by Carmelo Anthony, Denver Nuggets (vs. Minnesota Timberwolves), December 10, 2008[130]
  • Largest attendance at a game
  • Regular season or Playoffs: 62,046 on March 27, 1998, Chicago Bulls at the Atlanta Hawks in the Georgia Dome. This was one of the last regular season games Michael Jordan played before his 2nd retirement.[131]
  • 20/20/20s (20+ in any 3 stats)
  • Wilt Chamberlain had 22 points, 25 rebounds, and 21 assists on February 4, 1968[132]
  • Russell Westbrook had 20 points, 20 rebounds, and 21 assists on April 2, 2019[132]
  • Only player to record a 20-20 on a 5x5 (20+ in any 2 stats and at least 5 on the remaining 3 stats)
  • Only players to lead the league in blocks and rebounding in the same season
  • Most Franchises Played For[136]

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