Summary. The highest-scoring regular season game in NBA history is the triple-overtime game between the Detroit Pistons and the Denver Nuggets on December 13, 1983. The two teams combined to score 370 points, with the Pistons defeating the Nuggets 186–184.
What was the highest scoring game ever in the NBA?
Twenty-two years ago, on Dec. 13, 1983, the Detroit Pistons beat the Denver Nuggets 186-184 in triple overtime. It was, and remains, the highest-scoring game in NBA history.
Has there ever been a 200 point game in the NBA?
Originally Answered: Has there ever been a 200 point basketball game? In 1983 the Pistons won a triple overtime game, 186–184. That’s the highest NBA score for a team. No team has scored 200 points in a game though.
Which year had the highest scoring game?
Chamberlain holds the single-game scoring record, having scored 100 points in a game in 1962.
Has any NBA team gone undefeated?
Out of these four teams, the Warriors were the only ones to have the best overall season and lose in the NBA Finals. AND it was in that same season that the pitiful Sixers suffered the worst season in NBA history…
How many OT can NBA have?
As many as six overtime periods have been necessary to determine a winner in an NBA game. In exhibition games (non-competitive play), it is upon the discretion of the coaches and organizers if an overtime is to be played especially if it is a non-tournament game (a one-off event).
What was the lowest scoring NBA game?
Lowest Scoring Game: Pistons vs.
I have nothing to back this claim up, but something tells me that there were more fans asleep in the stands on Nov. 22, 1950 than there were points scored on the court. In the lowest scoring game of all time, the Fort Wayne Pistons beat the Minneapolis Lakers 19-18 that day.
How many 60-point games does Lebron James have?
ALL 4 of James Harden’s 60-Point Performances!
Who has the most 40 point games in NBA history?
Most 40-point games in NBA history:
- Wilt Chamberlain – 271.
- Michael Jordan – 173.
- Kobe Bryant – 122.
- James Harden – 89.