Philippine Basketball Association records

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These are the records set in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). Flags indicate the nationality of the player; all Filipinos are treated as locals and all non-Filipinos are imports.

Individual single game records[edit]

All-Star Game records[edit]

Team single game records[edit]

  • Most points:
  • Most points in a lost game:
    • 178 by Pepsi (vs. Purefoods, 182), October 4, 1990 (triple overtime)
  • Most combined points in a half:
  • Most points in a quarter:
    • 65 by Presto (vs. Swift, 4th quarter), 161-179, October 18, 1992
  • Least points in a lost game:
    • 47 by Shell Velocity (vs. Mobiline, 79), May 3, 2000
  • Least points in a won game:
    • 54 by Sta. Lucia (vs. Purefoods, 53), May 22, 2005
    • 54 by Pop Cola (vs. Shell, 52), July 18, 1999
  • Least combined points in a half:
    • 12 by Mobiline (5) and Alaska (7), May 23, 1998 at Urdaneta, Pangasinan
  • Least points in a quarter:
    • 2 by Ginebra San Miguel (3rd quarter), vs. Coca-Cola, April 26, 2003
    • 2 by Mobiline (1st quarter), vs. Sta. Lucia, 69–71, February 26, 2001
  • Most combined points by both teams:
    • 365 points by Ginebra (197) and Great Taste (168), November 21, 1985
  • Least combined points by both teams:
    • 106 points by Pop Cola (54) and Shell (52), July 18, 1999
  • Biggest winning margin:
  • Biggest winning margin in a playoff game:
  • Most consecutive unanswered points:
  • Most consecutive unanswered points from the start of a game
  • Most technical fouls by a team:
    • 9 by Mobiline (97), vs. Shell (109), December 1, 1998
  • Most combined technical fouls by both teams:
  • Most disqualifications:
    • 7 by Pepsi, 178 (vs. Purefoods, 182) (triple overtime), October 4, 1990
  • Most combined disqualifications by both teams:
    • 9 by CDCP (5) and St. George (4), August 27, 1981
    • 9 by Pepsi (7) and Purefoods (2), (triple overtime), October 4, 1990
    • 9 by Purefoods (5) and Red Bull (4), (triple overtime), May 22, 2004

All-Star Game records[edit]

  • Most points (winning team):
    • 176 by Veterans vs. Rookies-Sophomores-Juniors, 2012
  • Most points (losing team):
    • 161 by South All-Stars vs. North All-Stars 2015
  • Biggest winning margin
    • 32 by Veterans vs. Rookies-Sophomores-Juniors 2012

Team season records[edit]

Individual career records[edit]

  • Most points:
  • Most assists:
  • Best scoring average per game:
    • 46.2 by United States Billy Ray Bates
    • 23.1 by Philippines Ricky Brown
  • Most games:
  • Most free throws:
  • Most consecutive free throw shots made:
  • Best free throw percentage:
    • 87.6% by Philippines Ricky Brown
  • Most three-point field goals made in a single season:
    • 160 (1990 PBA season) by Philippines Allan Caidic
  • Most three-point field goals made in a career:
  • Youngest player:
    • 18 years old - Philippines Nick Bulaong
  • Oldest player:

All-Star Game records[edit]

League single-game records[edit]

PBA D-League records[edit]

References[edit]