In the history of the NBA, how many players have achieved 700 points in a single playoff? You can see it

The superstars in the NBA playoffs generally play better than the regular season, but there are really few people who can achieve 700 points in a single season of the NBA playoffs. Today, I would like to give you a detailed introduction to the players who can achieve 700 points in a single season of the NBA playoffs? In which season? What is the average score?

First of all, James and Kobe Bryant, who were close to scoring 700 points in the playoffs of a single season, scored 697 points in the 2011-2012 playoffs, three points to the 700 point mark, averaging 30.3 points per game. In that year, James led the Heat to win the championship 4-1 over the Thunder. In the 2008-2009 playoffs, Kobe Bryant scored 695 points, 5-700 points short, and 30.2 points per game. In that year, he led the Lakers to win the championship in a 4-1 victory over the Magic.

In the 1999-2000 season, Shaquille O’Neal and Kobe Bryant played OK. At that time, Shaquille O’Neal played 23 games and got 707 points, averaging 30.7 points per game. The OK combination led the Lakers to win the championship by beating the Pacers 4-2! The MVP in the finals of that year was also Shark!

In the 2000-2001 season, Iverson won MVP+AMVP+scoring king+assists king in his peak season, but he lost to the top OK combination in the finals. In that season, Iverson scored 723 points in the playoffs, averaging 32.9 points per game. His personal data was exploding, but his team still lost slightly to the strong Lakers in the finals!

In the 1994-1995 season, Dream Olajuwon scored 725 points in the playoffs, averaging 33.0 points per game. Dream led the Rockets to sweep the Magic to win the championship in the finals. At the peak, Olajuwang was really a big center that no one could stop. Few people could appreciate the essence of a dream step, which was worthy of being the No. 1 player in Jordan’s power. However, in the playoffs, the number one score in a single season was still the data of old rogue Jordan.

In the 1991-1992 season, in the playoffs of that year, the old hooligan scored 759 points. The Bulls defeated the Trailblazers 4-2 in the finals, and Jordan averaged 34.5 points per game. Joe is also the data king of NBA history. Jordan is everywhere. In addition, there is a competition system. Before 2002, the first round of the playoffs was the best of five games, not the best of four games in seven games.

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