Top 10 Most Unbreakable Records in NBA History


The “Top 10 Most Unbreakable NBA Records in NBA History” will be filled with NBA greats, because they tend to have the greatest numbers. And With Wilt Chamberlain having the most NBA records with 71, it will be impossible to see a list like this without him.

10. Career points scored: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 38,387

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar played an impressive twenty NBA seasons (Tied with Kobe Bryant for most seasons ever played). In that time he had no problem scoring against anyone as he averaged 24.6 PPG and mastered the most unstoppable post move the NBA has ever seen the skyhook. With how dominate he was, for how long he played, his record for most career points should be safe for at least the next few decades.

9. Consecutive games played: A.C. Green 1,192

From 1987-1998 (11 seasons) A.C. Green never missed a single game. For something like this to happen several things have to take place. First a player has to stay healthy, and that takes constant training and a good diet. Secondly a player simply has to get lucky to never get injured. Lastly a player has to be dedicated to show up every night and play hard like Green did. Because of this record A.C. Green is known as the “Iron man”.

8. Longest winning streak: L.A. Lakers 33 straight

In the 1971-72 season the Lakers went on the greatest winning streak in NBA History as they were firing on all cylinders. With a roster consisting of Jerry West, Elgin Baylor, Gail Goodrich and the dominate Wilt Chamberlain it was almost impossible for anyone to stop them. With a lot of great current NBA teams it doesn’t seem plausible.

7. Assists in a single game: Scott Skiles 30

On December 30, 1990 in a 155-116 victory over the Denver Nuggets Scott Skiles recorded thirty assists in a single NBA game. This NBA record seems impossible to break as todays point guards are more about scoring then they are about passing and getting teammates involved. If point guards of the future adopt the mentality of today’s NBA this record will never be broken.

6. Consecutive 30-Point games: Wilt Chamberlain 65

Wilt Chamberlain is by far the most consistent scorer in NBA history. Wilt Chamberlain holds the record for most consecutive 30-point games in NBA history with 65 games. In second place is also Wilt Chamberlain with 31 consecutive games and as anyone could guess, in third place is of course Wilt Chamberlain, this time with 25 straight games. The reason this record will never be broken is simple, there is no longer a man named Wilt Chamberlain in the NBA.

5. Total career assists: John Stockton 15,806

The same reason the most assists in a game record will never be broken is why this will never be broken. The point guards current mentality. But this record was much harder to achieve. With the second most APG in a career with 10.5 and an extremely long career of 19 seasons John Stockton is and always will be the greatest passer the NBA has ever seen.

4. Number of wins in a season: Golden State Warriors 73-9

Since the 1995-1996 NBA season nobody, including the Bulls back-up point guard Steve Kerr, ever thought the Chicago Bulls regular season record of 72-10 could ever be broken. But twenty years later, in the 2015-2016 NBA season, the Golden State Warriors and their coach Steve Kerr broke that record and made themselves the greatest regular season team in NBA history.

3. Highest average PPG in a season: Wilt Chamberlain 50.4

Again, Wilt Chamberlain is the most consistent scorer in NBA history. With five out of the top six highest PPG averages in a season being recorded by Wilt Chamberlin (5th highest recorded by Michael Jordan) this is another case where the only person who could have ever broken the record is the man who set it himself Wilt Chamberlain. Unless one day a team lets one player take all of their shots throughout an entire season, the record will be intact.

2. Most Championships won by a player: Bill Russell 11

Bill Russell is the greatest NBA Champion we will ever have. With a now much tougher and more talented NBA this will be next to impossible to do. This would take endless effort, undying dedication, and extreme talent from every member of an NBA team. And with big money opportunities being more important than success in most NBA player’s eyes this will never happen.

1. Most points in a game: Wilt Chamberlain 100

This achievement was the most physically dominate, well-rounded single game performance we have ever seen. Wilt Chamberlin was before his time, and he took advantage of so. With a league that is filled with great defense and a more team passing mindset this record in undoubtedly safe forever.


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