Who has scored the most points in a playoff game?

The greatest player of all time (according to Planet Sport anyway), MJ made all of his playoff appearances with the Chicago Bulls and also holds the record for the most points scored in a single playoff game (63).

What is the most points scored in one NFL game?

On November 27, 1966, the Washington Football Team (previously known as the Washington Redskins) and The New York Giants set the still-standing record for most points ever scored in a single NFL game with an endgame total of 113 points.

Who has scored 50 points in a Finals game?

Only seven players — Pettit, Elgin Baylor, Rick Barry, Jerry West, Michael Jordan and LeBron James — have scored 50 points in an NBA Finals game.

Who has the most 50 point games in the playoffs?

Michael Jordan
Michael Jordan had the most games in the playoffs with 50+ points, with 8 games.

Did Michael Jordan ever score 50 in the finals?

The record for the only player ever to score 50-plus points in back to back playoff games is Jordan with 50 then 55 vs. Cleveland in 1988. He also holds the record being the only player to ever score 45 points or more in three straight playoff games.

Who has the most points in the NBA Playoffs?

Donovan Mitchell. Utah Jazz’s Donovan Mitchell.

  • Jerry West. A Hall-of-Famer,14-time All-Star and the NBA logo,Jerry West is simply a basketball legend.
  • Allen Iverson. Allen Iverson in 1996.
  • Wilt Chamberlain. Scoring and Wilt Chamberlain will always go hand in hand when reviewing NBA history.
  • Michael Jordan. Jordan against Boston in 1986.
  • What NBA team scored the most points?

    2018 Devin Booker vs Klay Thompson. Devin Booker won the 2018 Three-Point Competition by scoring a record 28 points to beat Klay Thompson.

  • 1988 Larry Bird vs Dale Ellis. Larry Bird completed a Grand Slam of Three-Point shooting titles in 1988.
  • 2016 Klay Thompson vs Steph Curry.
  • Who has the most playoff points in NBA history?

    During his time with the Los Angeles Lakers, LeBron James has started at every position sans shooting guard at some point during the regular season or playoffs “He’s the most unique player in the history of the game,” Vogel said.