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    This is the list of longest individual scoring streaks ranging from 60 points to 10 points.

    Longest 60+ Point Game Streak

    It is an extremely rare feat to score 60 points or more in a game and even more is to do it back to back. Only a handful of player have been able to score 60 points in a game and just four of them did it more than once.

    Wilt Chamberlain holds the record for most consecutive games scoring 60 points or more with 4, set in 1962.

    4 games – Wilt Chamberlain

    Feb. 25, 1962 (67 points)

    Feb. 27, 1962 (65 points)

    Feb. 28, 1962 (61 points)

    March 2, 1962 (100 points)

    Longest 55+ Point Game Streak

    5 games – Wilt Chamberlain (February 25, 1962 to March 4, 1962)

    Longest 50+ Point Game Streak

    7 games – Wilt Chamberlain (December 16, 1961 to December 29, 1961)

    Longest 45+ Point Game Streak

    9 games – Wilt Chamberlain (November 9, 1962 to November 23, 1962)

    Longest 40+ Point Game Streak

    Wilt Chamberlain scored 40 or more points in 14 back to back games and accomplish this feat twice in same season.

    14 games – Wilt Chamberlain (December 8, 1961 to December 30, 1961)

    14 games – Wilt Chamberlain (January 11, 1962 to February 1, 1962)

    Longest 35+ Point Game Streak

    33 games – Wilt Chamberlain (January 3, 1962  to Feb. 22, 1962)

    Longest 30+ Point Game Streak

    65 games – Wilt Chamberlain (November 4, 1961 to Feb. 22, 1962)

    Longest 25+ Point Game Streak

    40 games – Michael Jordan (December 16, 1986 to March 11, 1987)

    Kevin Durant scored 25 plus points in 29 consecutive games which is the second longest 25+ point streak.

    Longest 20+ Point Game Streak

    126 games – Wilt Chamberlain (October 19, 1961 to January 19, 1963)

    Longest 10+ Point Game Streak

    866 games – Michael Jordan (March 25, 1986 to December 26, 2001)




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