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PurpleLynch
01-14-2015, 02:16 PM
A tribute to Mo Williams and his milestone...(Regular season)


Atlanta Hawks: 57 pts. Dominique Wilkins • Atlanta Hawks 123-95 Chicago Bulls, Dec. 10, 1986

Boston Celtics: 60 pts. Larry Bird • Celtics 126-115 Atlanta Hawks, at New Orleans, Mar. 12, 1985 (at New Orleans)

Brooklyn Nets: 57 pts. Deron Williams • New Jersey Nets 104-101 at Charlotte Bobcats, Mar. 4, 2012

Charlotte Hornets: 48 pts. Glen Rice • Charlotte Hornets vs Boston Celtics, 06-03-1997

Chicago Bulls: 69 pts. Michael Jordan • Bulls 117-113O.T. at Cleveland Cavaliers, Mar. 28, 1990

Cleveland Cavaliers:56 pts. LeBron James • Cavaliers 98-105 Toronto Raptors, Mar. 3, 2005

Dallas Mavericks: 53 pts. Dirk Nowitzki • Mavericks 113-106O.T. Houston Rockets, Dec. 2, 2004

Denver Nuggets:73 pts. David Thompson • Denver Nuggets 137-139 at Detroit Pistons, Apr. 9, 1978

Detroit Pistons: 57 pts. Jerry Stackhouse • Detroit Pistons 110-83 Chicago Bulls, Apr. 3, 2001

Golden State Warriors: 100 pts. Wilt Chamberlain • Philadelphia Warriors 169-147 New York Knicks, Mar. 2, 1962, at Hershey.

Houston Rockets: 57 pts. Calvin Murphy • Houston Rockets 104-106 New York Nets, Mar. 18, 1978

Indiana Pacers: 57 pts. Reggie Miller • Pacers 134-122 at Charlotte Hornets, Nov. 28, 1992

Los Angeles Clippers:52 pts. Charles Smith • Los Angeles Clippers 137-121 at Denver Nuggets, Dec. 1, 1990

Los Angeles Lakers:81 pts. Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers 122-104 Toronto Raptors, 1/22/2006

Memphis Grizzlies:45 pts. Mike Miller • Memphis Grizzlies vs Golden State Warriors,21-02-2007. Memphis lost this one.

Miami Heat: 61 pts. LeBron James • Miami Heat 124-107 Charlotte Bobcats, Mar. 3, 2014

Milwaukee Bucks: 57 pts. Michael Redd, Milwaukee Bucks 111-113 Utah Jazz, Nov. 11, 2006

Minnesota Timberwolves: 52 pts. Mo Williams • Minnesota Timberwolves 110-101 Indiana Pacers, Jan. 14,2015

New Orleans Pelicans:50 pts. Jamal Mashburn • New Orleans Hornets 125-123O.T. Memphis Grizzlies, Feb. 22, 2003

New York Knickerbockers:62 pts. Carmelo Anthony • Knicks 125-96 Charlotte Bobcats, Jan. 24, 2014

Oklahoma City Thunder: 52 pts. Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder 127-121 Golden State Warriors, 1/17/2014

Orlando Magic: 62 pts. Tracy McGrady • Magic 108-99 Washington Wizards, Mar. 10, 2004

Philadelphia 76ers: 68 pts. Wilt Chamberlain • Philadelphia 76ers 143-123 at Chicago Bulls, Dec. 16, 1967

Phoenix Suns:60 pts. Tom Chambers • Phoenix Suns 121-95 Seattle Supersonics, Mar. 24, 1990

Portland Trailblazers:54 pts. Damon Stoudemire • Trailblazers 106-112 at New Orleans Hornets, Jan. 14, 2005

Sacramento Kings:51 pts. Chris Webber • Sacramento Kings 91-93O.T. v. Indiana Pacers, Jan. 5, 2001//// 52 pts. Nate “Tiny” Archibald • Kansas City-Omaha Kings 126-129 at Atlanta Hawks, 1/27/1973

San Antonio Spurs:71 pts. David Robinson • Spurs 112-97 at Los Angeles Clippers, Apr. 25, 1994

Toronto Raptors:51 pts. Terrence Ross • Toronto Raptors 118-126 Los Angeles Clippers, Jan. 25, 2014

Utah Jazz: 68 pts. Pete Maravich • New Orleans Jazz 127-107 New York Knicks, Feb. 25, 1977

Washington Wizards: 60 pts. Gilbert Arenas • Washington Wizards (W 147-141O.T.) at Los Angeles Lakers, 12/17/2006

goingfor28
01-14-2015, 02:20 PM
Had no idea Wilt played for the Warriors or that they used to be in Philly lol. I looked under Philly for Wilt, didn't see him, and learned something new today.

cmellofan15
01-14-2015, 02:41 PM
trip down memory lane haha. C Webb, Rice, Stackhouse, Mashburn, Arenas, Redd, Mighty Mouse...

edit: Grizz high is only 42?? I would have thought between Pau, Gay, Mayo, Randolph and Abdur Rahim it would be higher.

valade16
01-14-2015, 02:42 PM
Shouldn't there be a 100 point game there somewhere?

jason
01-14-2015, 02:52 PM
Shouldn't there be a 100 point game there somewhere?



Golden State Warriors: 100 pts. Wilt Chamberlain • Philadelphia Warriors 169-147 New York Knicks, Mar. 2, 1962, at Hershey..

PurpleLynch
01-14-2015, 02:55 PM
Shouldn't there be a 100 point game there somewhere?

Wilt made it while playing for the Philadelphia Warriors,the current Golden State Warriors.

PurpleLynch
01-14-2015, 02:58 PM
trip down memory lane haha. C Webb, Rice, Stackhouse, Mashburn, Arenas, Redd, Mighty Mouse...

edit: Grizz high is only 42?? I would have thought between Pau, Gay, Mayo, Randolph and Abdur Rahim it would be higher.

I was wrong...the record holder is Mike Miller with 45 points and not 41. Gotta fix that.

valade16
01-14-2015, 04:05 PM
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Wilt made it while playing for the Philadelphia Warriors,the current Golden State Warriors.

OK, I see it now.

FraziersKnicks
01-14-2015, 04:43 PM
Interesting that LeBron and Wilt are the only two players to hold records for more than one team.

PurpleLynch
01-14-2015, 07:25 PM
Interesting that LeBron and Wilt are the only two players to hold records for more than one team.

The likely challengers played for just one team in their prime(Kobe,MJ,Bird,Nowitzki,Robinson,Wilkins). But surely a great record for both!

asandhu23
01-14-2015, 08:39 PM
Had no idea Wilt played for the Warriors or that they used to be in Philly lol. I looked under Philly for Wilt, didn't see him, and learned something new today.

Wilt played for Warriors in Philly, San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose. Oakland and San Jose happened because Cow Palace arena was / still is a dump and they had to consistently look for new venues. Oakland gave them the best arena so a few years Warriors moved there.

asandhu23
01-14-2015, 08:39 PM
Interesting that LeBron and Wilt are the only two players to hold records for more than one team.

Wilt would have three teams if it wasn't for the Black Mamba.

goingfor28
01-14-2015, 08:54 PM
Wilt played for Warriors in Philly, San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose. Oakland and San Jose happened because Cow Palace arena was / still is a dump and they had to consistently look for new venues. Oakland gave them the best arena so a few years Warriors moved there.
Interesting

YAALREADYKNO
01-15-2015, 11:24 AM
huh mo williams 52 pts jan 14 2006?

PurpleLynch
01-15-2015, 02:05 PM
huh mo williams 52 pts jan 14 2006?

You are right,gotta fix that.