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#1 OFFLINE   Lil Kyrie™

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Posted 22 December 2012 - 10:16 AM

Top 10 unbreakable records

10.Chicago 72-10 Season
When Dennis Rodman joined Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen for the 1995-96 season, the Bulls became nearly unbeatable. Their 72-10 record is the best in NBA history. Though some expected Miami to challenge that mark with LeBron James last season, the Heat won just 58.
9. Jose Calderon 98.1 % from FT
The Toronto Raptors point guard took 154 free throws during the 2008-09 season. He missed three of them. Even for a career 88-percent shooter, that's amazing marksmanship. Calderon broke Calvin Murphy's mark of 95.8 percent set in 1980-81. To do better, someone is going to have to be just about perfect. For an entire season. Good luck.

8.8Wilt Chamberlain's 50.4 ppg season average

It's rare for any NBA player to score 50 points in a game. Except, that is, for Chamberlain during the 1961-62 season, when he did it an amazing 42 times. The closest any other player has come to his season scoring average was Michael Jordan's 37.1 in 1986-87.

7. Rasheed Wallace's 41 Technicals In one season

Even if a player wanted to be as whiny, argumentatitve and profane as Wallace, who earned 41 techs in 80 games during the 2000-01 season, it would be hard to break this record. The NBA now curtails complaining by suspending players after their 16th technical foul of the season. That means Wallace's career mark of 304 technicals is also safe.

6. Bill Russel's 11 rings

Russell and the Boston Celtics dominated the NBA from 1957-69, winning 11 titles in 13 seasons. The league expanded from eight to 14 teams during that span and now has 30 franchises, making such a run nearly impossible. Who's come closest to Russell in the modern era? No, not Michael Jordan (6) or Kobe Bryant (5). The answer is Robert Horry, a role player on seven championship teams in Houston, Los Angeles and San Antonio.

5. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 38,387 career points

His size, skill and athletic ability made him an elite scorer for most of his career. Then that unstoppable skyhook allowed him to keep pouring in points into his 40s. By the time he was done after 20 seasons, he'd put up a number only Karl Malone (36,928) has approached since. LeBron James, nearly 20,000 points behind, might catch him if he develops a skyhook of his own.

4. A.C Green's 1,192 Consecutive Games

Cal Ripken is revered for playing 2,632 straight baseball games, but Green's record is nearly as remarkable. For more than 14 NBA seasons, he endured nightly punishment as a rugged power forward, yet never missed a game for any reason. Green is better known for being a self-proclaimed virgin throughout his career, another record that probably won't be broken.

3. Lakers 33 game win Streak

An NBA team winning every game for more than two months? It's hard to fathom, but the Lakers pulled it off during the 1971-72 season. Amazingly, they started the streak right after Elgin Baylor retired, though they still had plenty of talent with Jerry West (pictured), Wilt Chamberlain and Gail Goodrich. The second-longest winning streak is 22 by the Houston Rockets during the 2007-08 season.

2. John Stockon's 15,806
Career Assist .

A great passer who had the luxury of playing with a great finisher in Karl Malone for 19 seasons, Stockton's record won't be touched any time soon. Jason Kidd, in second place, is more than 4,000 behind. Steve Nash trails by more than 6,000 and Chris Paul is about 11,000 behind. Stockton's career record for steals (3,265) is just as unbreakable.

1.Wilt Chamberlain 100 point Game

Not many basketball records are well known. But all sports fans are aware of Wilt's astounding 100-point effort against the New York Knicks on March 2, 1962. In the third season of his NBA career, Chamberlain earned attention for himself and the league by making 36 of 63 field goals and 28 of 32 free throws. Only Kobe Bryant, with 81 points against the Toronto Raptors in 2006, has sniffed triple digits since.

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Posted 22 December 2012 - 10:19 AM

I think #2 and 8 should switch. Nobody will every amount to 50ppg whereas Rondo could possibly beat Stocktons assist record. I also think the Bulls 72-10 record is breakable I just don't know what team will do it.
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Posted 22 December 2012 - 10:28 AM

I think #2 and 8 should switch. Nobody will every amount to 50ppg whereas Rondo could possibly beat Stocktons assist record. I also think the Bulls 72-10 record is breakable I just don't know what team will do it.


Wilts 50 PPG should be #2 but there's no chance Rondo breaks Stocktons record.
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Posted 22 December 2012 - 10:29 AM

Wilts 50 PPG should be #2 but there's no chance Rondo breaks Stocktons record.

Its more likely than someone reaching 50 ppg.

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Posted 22 December 2012 - 10:30 AM

Its more likely than someone reaching 50 ppg.


Well I'll agree with that because I actually think the 50 PPG record would be harder to break then the 100 point game. So it should be #1.

IMO every record is more likely to be broken then the 50 PPG
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Posted 22 December 2012 - 10:31 AM

Well I'll agree with that because I actually think the 50 PPG record would be harder to break then the 100 point game. So it should be #1.

IMO every record is more likely to be broken then the 50 PPG

I know some people would be lucky to have a 50 point game in their career.

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Posted 22 December 2012 - 10:33 AM

There's no way someone averages 50 PPG nowadays.

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Posted 22 December 2012 - 10:33 AM

I know some people would be lucky to have a 50 point game in their career.


Yep, I mean look at all the great scorers we have in the league right now.

Kobe/Melo/Durant are all shooting amazing this season. Yet they are all 20 PPG or more behind Wilt's record. Even when MJ was playing, he couldn't get close to the 50 PPG. I just don't see it happening.
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Posted 22 December 2012 - 10:48 AM

IMO, #8 should be #1 and #1 should be #2.
There is no way that anyone averages 50 points. I don't see anyone scoring 100 either but 50 a game is tougher to break because it needs mad consistency.

All those records are more or less unbreakable.


I think #4 will be broken by Russell Westbrook. Dude hasn't missed a game since HS (he didn't miss a game in HS either).
#2 is kinda breakable as well. Eventually, someone will break it.
And lastly, if a team manages to break the 72-10 record, they could possibly break the 33 game winning streak as well but I don't see it happening any time soon.


***Wilt never fouled out of a game and he averaged 48.5 minutes per game in a season. That's what I call unbreakable records. IJS.
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Posted 22 December 2012 - 08:06 PM

Good list, although I saw some that could have a chance to be broken...
What about Lakers 33 consecutive games winning streak? That's a pretty tough record....

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Posted 22 December 2012 - 09:18 PM

50 ppg should be higher, 33 games should be lower. Also, Celtics 8 straight titles should be on there.

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