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    Top 5 NBA Duos With Most Wins

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    There is always a possibility that two teammates will set a few records if they play together over a long period of time.

    Top 7 NBA Players who Scored in Double Figures in Most Consecutive Games

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    Apparently, scoring in double figures is not a big achievement but it can become a special thing if a player does so over and over again.

    The following is a list of those NBA players who have scored 10 points or more in most consecutive games (regular season).

    30 Point Streak and Other Impressive Records held by LeBron James

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    LeBron James set another astounding record when he stretched his 30 point scoring and 60 percent shooting streak to sixth straight game and became the first player to accomplish such a unique feat. LeBron James is undoubtedly, an amazing player and his career is filled with many accomplishments. Let’s have a look at some of the most impressive achievements and records held by King James so far.

    Kobe Bryant and Others who Crossed 30,000 Point Mark

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    After scoring 30,000 points, Kobe Bryant is now become only the fifth player to reach the 30,000 point mark in NBA history. He scored his 30,000th point at the age of 34 which makes him the youngest to achieve this milestone. Ironically, the points came against the New Orleans Hornets, a team that originally picked him in the NBA draft but traded his rights to the Lakers before he played even a single game for them. With this achievement, now he joins an extremely exclusive club of those players who scored at least 30,000 points in their career.

    Players who have won NCAA, NBA and Olympic Titles

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    It’s a rare distinction for a basketball player to win a championship at three levels of the competition: college, professional league and Olympics (if he gets a chance to represent his country). Only seven players have been able to achieve this milestone in the history and there names are:

    List of NBA Teammates that Scored 40 Points or More in Same Game

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    It happens rarely in NBA that two players from a same team score 40 or more points each in the same game. This feat has been accomplished only 11 times in NBA regular season. Below is the list of those teammates who achieved this mark.

    Top 7 Largest Crowds in NBA History

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    In any sport, it’s the crowd that makes a game a lot more exciting with its noise and cheers and also urges the teams to play well. Here, we take a look at those occasions in NBA history when record number of people attented games to support their team.

    Top 7 Highest Scoring Games in NBA History

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    In basketball, a high scoring game doesn’t  necessarily means a high quality game but for many this the real game and real entertainment. If anyone is curious to know the highest scoring games in NBA history, then here is a list of these games.

    Top 7 NBA Players with Most Minutes Played in a Single Game

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    It has happened before on numerous occasions that a player stayed on court for the entire 48 minutes during a game. However, a player can play more minutes if a game enters the overtime period. So, here is the list of those players who played most minutes in a single NBA game.

    10 Youngest Players Ever to Play in NBA

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     In the early days of NBA, players were drafted only after the completion of their 4 years college eligibility and if they are not enrolled in a college then they have to wait until four years get over. In the 1970s, NBA authorities changed the rule and permitted high schools graduates to be a part of the NBA draft. As a result, many young players entered the league. Since 2005, an age limit has been determined, according to which no player with less than 19 years can be declared eligible for NBA Draft. Moreover, if he turns 19 before his high school graduation ends, he will wait for at least one more year to become eligible for the draft. So, all the players who are listed here must have been selected before 2005.

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