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NBA Scoring Titles: All the players that led the league in points.

The list of players who have led the NBA in points during a season includes such big names as Michael Jordan, Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Shaquille O'Neal, Kobe Bryant and the list go on.

In the first years of the league, from 1946-47 to 1968-69, the NBA leading scorer was the player with more total points at the end of each season but since the 1969-70 season the scoring title is won by the player with better points per game average.

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Year by year NBA Scoring Titles

NBA Scoring Leaders Year by Year

Season Scoring Leader Team Games Point Average Total Points
2012-13 Carmelo Anthony New York Knicks 67 28.7 1,920
2011-12 Kevin Durant Oklahoma City Thunder 66 28.0 1,850
2010-11 Kevin Durant Oklahoma City Thunder 78 27.7 2,472
2009-10 Kevin Durant Oklahoma City Thunder 82 30.1 2,472
2008-09 Dwayne Wade Miami Heat 79 30.2 2,386
2007-08 Lebron James Cleveland Cavaliers 75 30.0 2250
2006-07 Kobe Bryant Los Angeles Lakers 77 31.6 2430
2005-06 Kobe Bryant Los Angeles Lakers 80 35.4 2832
2004-05 Allen Iverson Philadelphia 76ers 75 30,7 2302
2003-04 Tracy McGrady Orlando Magic 67 28.0 1878
2002-03 Tracy McGrady Orlando Magic 75 32.1 2407
2001-02 Allen Iverson Philadelphia 76ers 60 31.4 1883
2000-01 Allen Iverson Philadelphia 76ers 71 31.1 2207
1999-00 Shaquille O'Neal (1) L.A. Lakers 79 29.7 2344
1998-99 Allen Iverson Philadelphia 76ers 48 26.8 1284
1997-98 Michael Jordan (1) Chicago Bulls 82 28.7 2357
1996-97 Michael Jordan (1) Chicago Bulls 82 29.7 2431
1995-96 Michael Jordan (1) Chicago Bulls 82 30.4 2491
1994-95 Shaquille O'Neal Orlando Magic 79 29.3 2315
1993-94 David Robinson San Antonio Spurs 80 29.8 2383
1992-93 Michael Jordan (1) Chicago Bulls 78 32.6 2541
1991-92 Michael Jordan (1) Chicago Bulls 80 30.1 2404
1990-91 Michael Jordan (1) Chicago Bulls 82 31.5 2580
1989-90 Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls 82 33.6 2753
1988-89 Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls 81 32.5 2633
1987-88 Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls 82 35.0 2868
1986-87 Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls 82 37.1 3041
1985-86 Dominique Wilkins Atlanta Hawks 78 30.3 2366
1984-85 Bernard King New York Knicks 55 32.9 1809
1983-84 Adrian Dantley Utah Jazz 79 30.6 2418
1982-83 Alex English Denver Nuggets 82 28.4 2326
1981-82 George Gervin San Antonio Spurs 79 32.3 2551
1980-81 Adrian Dantley Utah Jazz 80 30.7 2452
1979-80 George Gervin San Antonio Spurs 78 33.1 2585
1978-79 George Gervin San Antonio Spurs 80 29.6 2365
1977-78 George Gervin San Antonio Spurs 82 27.2 2232
1976-77 Pete Maravich New Orleans Jazz 73 31.1 2273
1975-76 Bob McAdoo Buffalo Braves 78 31.1 2427
1974-75 Bob McAdoo Buffalo Braves 82 34.5 2831
1973-74 Bob McAdoo Buffalo Braves 74 30.6 2261
1972-73 Nate "Tiny" Archibald KC-Omaha Kings 80 34.0 2719
1971-72 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Milwaukee Bucks 81 34.8 2822
1970-71 Lew Alcindor (1) (2) Milwaukee Bucks 82 31.7 2596
1969-70 Jerry West L.A. Lakers 74 31.2 2309
1968-69 Elvin Hayes San Diego Rockets 82 28.4 2327
1967-68 Dave Bing Detroit Pistons 79 27.1 2142
1966-67 Rick Barry San Francisco Warriors 78 35.6 2775
1965-66 Wilt Chamberlain Philadelphia 76ers 79 33.5 2649
1964-65 Wilt Chamberlain S.F. Warriors - Phil. 76ers 73 34.7 2534
1963-64 Wilt Chamberlain San Francisco Warriors 80 36.9 2948
1962-63 Wilt Chamberlain San Francisco Warriors 80 44.8 3586
1961-62 Wilt Chamberlain Philadelphia Warriors 80 50.4 4029
1960-61 Wilt Chamberlain Philadelphia Warriors 79 38.4 3033
1959-60 Wilt Chamberlain Philadelphia Warriors 72 37.6 2707
1958-59 Bob Pettit St. Louis Hawks 72 29.2 2105
1957-58 George Yardley Detroit Pistons 72 27.8 2001
1956-57 Paul Arizin Philadelphia Warriors 71 25.6 1817
1955-56 Bob Pettit St. Louis Hawks 72 25.7 1849
1954-55 Neil Johnston Philadelphia Warriors 72 22.7 1631
1953-54 Neil Johnston Philadelphia Warriors 72 24.4 1759
1952-53 Neil Johnston Philadelphia Warriors 70 22.3 1564
1951-52 Paul Arizin Philadelphia Warriors 66 25.4 1674
1950-51 George Mikan Minneapolis Lakers 68 28.4 1932
1949-50 George Mikan (1) Minneapolis Lakers 68 27.4 1865
1948-49 George Mikan (1) Minneapolis Lakers 60 28.3 1698
1947-48 Max Zaslofsky Chicago Stags 48 21.0 1007
1946-47 Joe Fulks (1) Philadelphia Warriors 60 23.2 1389

(1) NBA Champion that same year.

(2) Lew Alcindor changed his name to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar after the 1970-71 season.

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