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Data coverage: all-time (since 1946-47) unless otherwise noted. Regular season: PTS, FG, FT, 3P complete all-time. FTA complete back to 1948-49. FGA, TRB, AST, PF, GS over 99% complete back to 1975-76. MP over 99% complete back to 1976-77. All other box score stats (3PA, ORB, DRB, STL, BLK, TOV) complete back to 1983-84. Playoffs: PTS, FG, FT, FTA, 3P, 3PA complete all-time. PF complete back to 1948-49. FGA, TRB, AST complete back to 1962-63. GS complete back to 1973-74. MP complete back to 1974-75. STL, BLK, TOV complete back to 1982-83. ORB, DRB complete back to 1983-84. Please see our data coverage page for details.

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Most Points, In a span of 20 games, from the start of a season, limited to single season, in the NBA/BAA, in the regular season, requiring Steals >= 40 and Points >= 400 and Total Rebounds >= 150 and Assists >= 150.
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