8 Amazing NBA Records That You Didn't Know Existed.

Posted by Michael Avery in Sports On 1st December 2017

Records were made to be broken but some records stand the test of time better than ever. With all the advanced metrics used today to find out what player is doing what, some pretty cool records get glossed over and lost in the shuffle. Here is a look at a few NBA records that you don't hear about every day.


#1 Most consecutive games with 10+ assists.

Magic Johnson recorded 46 consecutive games with 10 or more assist during the 1983-84 season. This record has stood the test of time as only Rajon Rondo and John Stockton have come anywhere near it with both having 37 games in a row.


#2 Only rookie to lead a team in 4 stats.

During his rookie campaign, Michael Jordan led the Bulls in scoring, assists, rebounding and steals. To this day, he is the only person to ever accomplish this feat as a rookie.

#3 Only player to lead a team in 4 out of 5 major stats for 8 seasons.

From 1985/86 - 1992/93 as well as the 1994/95 season Hakeem Olajuwon, led the Houston Rockets in points, blocks, steals, and rebounds making him the only player to ever lead his team in those 4 stats for 8 consecutive seasons.

#4 Last player to grab 1500+ rebounds in a season.

Dennis Rodman pulled down 1530 with the Detroit Pistons during the 1991/92 season. No player since has grabbed 1,500+ boards in a single season. Rodman's campaign represented over 42% of the team's total rebounds. That is also the highest individual percentage ever recorded in the NBA.


#5 Only play to win multiple championships with 3 teams.

Wherever Robert Horry played, they won championships it seemed. He won 7 rings total, 2 with the Rockets, 3 with the Lakers and 2 more with the San Antonio Spurs making him the only player to ever win multiple rings with 3 different teams.

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