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towlsmoke420
03-09-2011, 04:43 AM
63 Michael Jordan, Chicago at Boston 4/20/1986 (2OT)

61 Elgin Baylor, Los Angeles at Boston 4/14/1962

56 Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia vs. Syracuse 3/22/1962

56 Michael Jordan, Chicago at Miami 4/29/1992

56 Charles Barkley, Phoenix at Golden State 5/4/1994

55 Rick Barry, San Francisco vs. Philadelphia 4/18/1967

55 Michael Jordan, Chicago vs. Cleveland 5/1/1988

55 Michael Jordan, Chicago vs. Phoenix 6/16/1993

55 Michael Jordan, Chicago vs. Washington 4/27/1997

55 Allen Iverson, Philadelphia vs. New Orleans 4/20/2003

54 John Havlicek, Boston vs. Atlanta at Boston 4/1/1973

54 Michael Jordan, Chicago vs. New York 5/31/1993

54 Allen Iverson, Philadelphia vs. Toronto 5/9/2001

53 Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia vs. Syracuse 3/14/1960

53 Jerry West, Los Angeles vs. Boston 4/23/1969

52 Jerry West, Los Angeles vs. Baltimore 4/5/1965

52 Allen Iverson, Philadelphia vs. Toronto 5/16/2001

51 Sam Jones, Boston at New York 3/28/1967

51 Eric Floyd, Golden State vs. LA Lakers 5/10/1987

50 Bob Cousy, Boston vs. Syracuse 3/21/1953 (4OT)

50 Bob Pettit, St Louis vs. Boston 4/12/1958

50 Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia 3/22/1960

50 Wilt Chamberlain, San Francisco vs. St Louis 4/10/1964

50 Billy Cunningham, Philadelphia vs. Milwaukee 4/1/1970

50 Bob McAdoo, Buffalo vs. Washington 4/18/1975

50 Dominique Wilkins, Atlanta vs. Detroit 4/19/1986

50 Michael Jordan, Chicago vs. Cleveland 4/28/1988

50 Michael Jordan, Chicago vs. Cleveland 5/5/1989 (OT)

50 Karl Malone, Utah vs. Seattle 4/22/2000

50 Vince Carter, Toronto vs. Philadelphia 5/11/2001

50 Kobe Bryant, LA Lakers vs. Phoenix 5/4/2006 (OT)

50 Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas vs. Phoenix 6/1/2006




Michael Jordan =7: 50 point playoff performances and 1: 61 point game performance

stawka
03-09-2011, 06:43 AM
The GOAT!

Rndy
03-09-2011, 06:49 AM
poor Cleveland

Gram
03-09-2011, 09:04 AM
poor Cleveland

lol.

magichatnumber9
03-09-2011, 09:19 AM
Jordan was so fun to watch back in the day. He didn't take games off.

JordansBulls
03-09-2011, 09:57 AM
63 Michael Jordan, Chicago at Boston 4/20/1986 (2OT)

61 Elgin Baylor, Los Angeles at Boston 4/14/1962

56 Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia vs. Syracuse 3/22/1962

56 Michael Jordan, Chicago at Miami 4/29/1992

56 Charles Barkley, Phoenix at Golden State 5/4/1994

55 Rick Barry, San Francisco vs. Philadelphia 4/18/1967

55 Michael Jordan, Chicago vs. Cleveland 5/1/1988

55 Michael Jordan, Chicago vs. Phoenix 6/16/1993

55 Michael Jordan, Chicago vs. Washington 4/27/1997

55 Allen Iverson, Philadelphia vs. New Orleans 4/20/2003

54 John Havlicek, Boston vs. Atlanta at Boston 4/1/1973

54 Michael Jordan, Chicago vs. New York 5/31/1993

54 Allen Iverson, Philadelphia vs. Toronto 5/9/2001

53 Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia vs. Syracuse 3/14/1960

53 Jerry West, Los Angeles vs. Boston 4/23/1969

52 Jerry West, Los Angeles vs. Baltimore 4/5/1965

52 Allen Iverson, Philadelphia vs. Toronto 5/16/2001

51 Sam Jones, Boston at New York 3/28/1967

51 Eric Floyd, Golden State vs. LA Lakers 5/10/1987

50 Bob Cousy, Boston vs. Syracuse 3/21/1953 (4OT)

50 Bob Pettit, St Louis vs. Boston 4/12/1958

50 Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia 3/22/1960

50 Wilt Chamberlain, San Francisco vs. St Louis 4/10/1964

50 Billy Cunningham, Philadelphia vs. Milwaukee 4/1/1970

50 Bob McAdoo, Buffalo vs. Washington 4/18/1975

50 Dominique Wilkins, Atlanta vs. Detroit 4/19/1986

50 Michael Jordan, Chicago vs. Cleveland 4/28/1988

50 Michael Jordan, Chicago vs. Cleveland 5/5/1989 (OT)

50 Karl Malone, Utah vs. Seattle 4/22/2000

50 Vince Carter, Toronto vs. Philadelphia 5/11/2001

50 Kobe Bryant, LA Lakers vs. Phoenix 5/4/2006 (OT)

50 Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas vs. Phoenix 6/1/2006




Michael Jordan =7: 50 point playoff performances and 1: 61 point game performance


Yes MJ has 8 games of 50+ in the playoffs and Wilt is next with 4.

Mrphilly
03-09-2011, 10:01 AM
I get 2 things from this...

Jordan is and will always be the greatest!!!!

Allen Iverson was a 6 foot scoring machine, and one of the most exciting players this league has ever seen. Call him selfish or whatever, but to score 50+ twice in the same playoff series is amazing.

He dominated the league that year!!!