Top 10 Unbreakable Records In NBA History

Top 10 Unbreakable Records In NBA History

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NBA is the most popular professional basketball league for men in North America. NBA is composed of total 30 members, in which 29 from United States and 1 from Canada. The inaugural season of NBA started in 1946-47. NBA is also considered as one of the four major sports leagues in United States. Top NBA players are among the world’s highest paid athletes.

Today, our team will focus on the top 10 unbreakable records in NBA. NBA is one of the most exciting form of entertainments not only in United States but also throughout the world. all through the course of time, NBA has produced some eminent basketball players and some records which still remain unbreakable.

Top 10 Unbreakable Records In NBA History

10. Chicago Bull’s 72-win season

Chicago Bulls became only team unbeatable during the 1995-1996 season of NBA. Dennis Rodman joined Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen in the course of making history. The trio built the 72-10 winning record for the Bulls, which was marked the only 70-win season in the history of NBA. The closest of this record was also done by the Bulls, when they went on 69-13 winning record in the following season of NBA.

michael jordan
michael jordan—–photo credit: Flickr/Basket Streaming

9. Raptors’ Jose Calderon made 98.1% in FT

The Toronto Raptors point guard Jose Calderon took a total 154 free throws in the NBA season of 2008-09. Calderon only missed three of them, making accuracy percentage of 98.1%. He broke Calvin Murphy’s 95.8% in FT that was in 1980-81. The record he built is supposed to be unbreakable in the history of NBA.

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8. Kareem Abdul Jabbar scored 38,387 points

Kareem Abdul Jabbar is a skillful and athletic basketball player. He was an elite point scorer for most of his career. Jabbar allowed him to keep pouring in points into his 40s. After ending his career playing 20 seasons, he managed to gather a stunning 38,387 points, the number only Karl Malone (36,928) has approached since. The modern age great players like Kobe Bryant is still 7,000 points behind him. He could reach the mark if he decides to play upto 40s. Even Kavin Durant and LeBron James have the potential to break the record. Jabbar’s record has been enlisted here in top 10 Unbreakable Records In NBA History.

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7. Lakers’ 33 straight wins in 1971-72

The 1971-72 NBA season is the most significant for the Los Angeles Lakers. The Lakers team was studded with star players like Wilt Chamberlain, Gail Goodrich and Jerry West. Their winning streak started just after the retirement of Elgin Baylor. The Lakers won their every game in NBA and the winning streak lasted for more than two months. They set a mark no NBA team even approached nearer until the Miami Heat reeled of 27 wins in 2013. Lakers’ record looks safe and unbreakable for the foreseeable future. The record stays at no. 7 in our list of top 10 Unbreakable Records In NBA History.

Wilt Chamberlain
Wilt Chamberlain—-photo credit: Wikimedia/ Unknown

6. Rasheed Wallace earned 41 techs in a single season

Rasheed Wallace earned total 41 technicals in 80 games for the Portland Trail Blazers in the season of 2000-01. It seems very hard to break the records. Wallace also built the mark of 308 technicals in his career, which is also safe and became one of the unbreakable records in NBA history.

Rasheed Wallace, basketball players
Rasheed Wallace—-photo credit: Flickr/PROKeith Allison

However, the administrative wing of NBA is decided on suspension of players after their 16th technical fouls in a single season. So , Wallace’s record seems truly unbreakable now.

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5. Bill Russell won 11 NBA championships

Bill Russell, basketball legends
Bill Russell——ohoto credit: Flickr/Kip-koech

Bolton Celtics dominated NBA from 1957-69, when Bill Russell was their major weapon of fire. The Celtics won total 11 championships in 13 seasons. The NBA expanded from eight teams to 14 during that period and now the league has 30. It seems nearly impossible for any team to win such a run now a days. The closest competitor in this race is not Michael Jordan (6), or Kobe Bryant (5), he is Robert Horry with seven championship titles.

4. Wilt Chamberlain’s 50.4 points/game in a season

It is very tough for any NBA player to score 50 points in a single game. The exception was made by Wilt Chamberlain, who did that for 42 times in 1961-62 NBA season. He averaged 50.4 points in that season which still remains unbreakable. His closest competitor was said to be Michael Jordan, who scored an average of 37.1 in 1986-87 season. The record is also regarded as unbreakable records in NBA history.

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3. A.C. Green played 1,192 consecutive games

Cal Ripken, the baseball short stopper played a total 2,632 straight games. The equally significant record was built by A.C Green, who played 1,192 games in NBA. He appeared in more than 14 NBA seasons and never missed a game for any reason. The record is said to be unbreakable by any NBA player now a days.

2. John Stockton assisted 15,806 times

John Stockton had the luxury of playing with a great finisher Karl Malone for 19 long seasons. His unbelievable record of 15,806 assists won’t be touched any time soon. The second place in this record is grabbed by Jason Kidd with nearly 4,000 behind. Steve Nash, the fourth, trail by more than 5,000. Stockton’s assist record seems unbreakable records in NBA history.

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1. Wilt Chamberlain’s game of 100-point

The most dominant record in NBA is supposed to be Wilt Chamberlain’s game of 100-points. All sports fans are quite aware of that record. His astonishing 100-point effort came against the New York Knicks on March 2, 1962. Chamberlain earned attention for himself in his third season of NBA by making 36 of 63 field goals and 28 of 32 free throws. Only Kobe Bryant made a near approach to him, scoring 81 points against the Toronto Raptors in 2006. Wilt Chamberlain’s record stays at the top in our list of Top 10 Unbreakable Records In NBA History.

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