Per Game Scoring details the number of games played, minutes per game, points per game, field goal percentage, free throw percentage and three point percentage for each player in the NBA. Generally players who score the most points are considered the best players. However, the league leaders in scoring are not always the most efficient, they tend to be the players who take the most shots.
Michael Jordan and Wilt Chamberlain have the highest career points per game average in NBA history at 30.1 per game.
Michael Jordan holds the record for the most years leading the league in scoring per game with 10. His highest season average was 37.1. Wilt Chamberlain holds the record for the highest per game season at 50.1 in 1961-62.