What NBA players never fouled out of a game?
NBA durability records
Chamberlain never fouled out of a regular-season or playoff game in his 14 years in the NBA. His career average was only 2 fouls per game, despite having averaged 45.8 minutes per game over his career.
Arguably the greatest footballer to ever play the sport, Diego Maradona was fouled a staggering 152 fouls over 21 FIFA World Cup matches in his career.
Michael Jordan committed 2,783 personal fouls in his career.
Chamberlain holds the NBA record for most field goals in a game without missing, going 18-18 in a regular season contest in 1967. But he was only 6 of 14 from the line in scoring 42 points for a PPM of 5.25.
#5 Dennis Rodman vs Charlotte Hornets - December 1st, 1993
One of the NBA's best defensive players of all time, Dennis Rodman, was no stranger to a scoreless game.
How many times has an NBA team come back from a 3-0 deficit in the playoffs? The unfortunate answer is zero times. While no teams have come back to win after being down 3-0, there are three teams that have rallied to tie up a series 3-3 and went on to lose Game 7.
Stephen Curry has the best free throw percentage in NBA history: 90.69%.
In basketball, a flagrant foul is a personal foul that involves excessive or violent contact that could injure the fouled player.
Bowdler is the only player in the modern era of basketball to commit seven personal fouls during an NBA game. This happened because the scorekeeper didn't realize seven fouls had been committed until after the game was over.
Stephen Curry has fouled 2,033 times in his career.
What team has the best record as an underdog since 2017-18?
Who dribbled the most players?
Over the course of his career, Lionel Messi has completed 2975 dribbles across the major leagues and the UEFA Champions League (2302 in leagues and 673 in the Champions League).
Lionel Messi is one of the best dribblers of all time. The unique thing about Messi as opposed to the other players on this list is that he is not one to do flashy tricks.
Larry Bird fouled 2,279 times in his career.
25 players are tied for the fewest career personal fouls, with 0 fouls. The first three are Trevor Keels, Patrick Baldwin and Michael Foster.
It has only happened once in the United States, however. Wilt Chamberlain of the National Basketball Association's Philadelphia Warriors scored 100 points on March 2, 1962 against the New York Knicks during a game played at Hersheypark Arena in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Wilt Chamberlain has scored the most points in a game with a field-goal percentage of 100.0, with 42 points versus the Baltimore Bullets on February 24, 1967.
Inside Chris Paul's perfect game: How the Point God set an all-time NBA playoff record in Game 6 for Suns. Chris Paul doesn't shoot to miss. Making NBA postseason history, Paul was a perfect 14-of-14 in Phoenix's series-ending 115-109 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans in Game 6.
Other than Chamberlain and Bryant, the only players in NBA history who have scored 70 points in an NBA game are David Thompson (73), Elgin Baylor (71), David Robinson (71), Donovan Mitchell (71) and Devin Booker (70). Chamberlain is the only player in NBA history with multiple 70-point games.
Here are Michael's stats in his high-scoring game: 69 points, 18 rebounds, six assists, and four steals. Notable: He shot a hot . 621 percent from the field making 23-37 field goal attempts. When he scored 69 points, it was an overtime thriller against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Chamberlain holds the single-game scoring record, having scored 100 points in a game in 1962. The youngest player to score at least 60 points in a regular season game is Devin Booker (70 points; 20 years and 145 days) and the oldest is Bryant (60 points; 37 years and 234 days).
Has any team blew a 3-1 lead?
The most recent team to do that was the 2020 Denver Nuggets when they beat the Utah Jazz and the Los Angeles Clippers. But the most famous 3-1 comeback in the NBA was when the Cleveland Cavaliers turned the tide against the Golden State Warriors during the 2016 NBA Finals to blow up the NBA betting lines.
|1||Shai Gilgeous-Alexander||25-27 (92.6%)|
|2||Luka Doncic||10-14 (71.4%)|
|3||Jalen Brunson||17-19 (89.5%)|
|4||Donovan Mitchell||12-13 (92.3%)|
|Year and series||Won overcome deficit||Lost that blew a 3–1 lead|
|2007 ALCS||Boston Red Sox*||Cleveland Indians|
|2012 NLCS||San Francisco Giants*||St. Louis Cardinals|
|2016 World Series~||Chicago Cubs*||Cleveland Indians|
|2020 NLCS||Los Angeles Dodgers*||Atlanta Braves|
the Sacramento Kings have recorded the most losses with 3,187. The Boston Celtics lead the association with the most played games, with 5,950. Conversely, the Pelicans have played the fewest overall games, with 1,604.
Bird dropped 50 points in a game four times in his Hall of Fame career, including his career-high 60-point game against the Atlanta Hawks in 1985.
While Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is ahead of LeBron James in a lot of ways, LeBron may be able to even the playing field pretty soon. For now, Kareem stands above LeBron by over 1,000 points, hundreds of games played, career rebounds, and much more.
Larry Bird had 1 game played with 60+ points.