Coolest and Most interesting PCs of the past decade

Yup! It’s another gadget article! This time we’re gonna look at the coolest computers that have come out over the past decade (2004-2014), as PCs come in many different shapes and sizes. Of particular interest to me are PCs that are quirky or unique in some way, as Handheld PCs and Ultra Mobile PCs interest me greatly, being very niche devices. That said, a lot of people may not know some of these PCs exist, which is the purpose of this article to provide some rare PCs that have been available.

Sony P series (2009)

Sony Vaio P series

Sony Vaio P series

This is a Handheld PC from Sony that weighs only 1.4lbs, has the potential to have up to 256GB SSD, a single core Intel Atom processor, 2GB RAM, and 8″ 1600×768 screen.

Samsung Q1 (2006)

Samsung Q1

Samsung Q1

This is the first UMPC that came out. UMPCs are like small PDA sized devices that run full blown windows, this one comes with up to Intel Core Solo 1.33GHz processor, split keyboard, 2GB RAM, 60GB HDD, SD card slot, 1024×600 screen, and weighs 1.72lbs.

OQO Model 02 (2007)

OQO Model 2

OQO Model 2

This is another UMPC thats pretty cool. Runs on a VIA 1.6Ghz CPU, 64GB SSD, 2GB RAM, 5″ 800×480 OLED screen, only weighs 0.91lbs, and runs full blown Windows Vista, has a built in keyboard and comes with a docking station as well.

Dell XPS M2010 (2006)

Dell XPS M2010

Dell XPS M2010

This is Dell’s discontinued 20″ desktop-replacement “laptop”, and the form factor was pretty darn cool. It came with a Core Duo 2.16Ghz processor, 2GB RAM, ATI X1800 GPU, 2 100GB HDDs in RAID 0 configuration, and also came with a Media center remote and detachable keyboard. Did I mention this thing has a handle on it??

Sony Vaio Multi Flip (2014)

Sony Vaio Multi Flip

Sony Vaio Multi Flip

There’s a lot of Windows 8 convertible ultrabooks out there, and this is one of the coolest. It looks like the evolution of the Vaio Duo series. Intel Core i7 1.8Ghz, 12GB RAM, 2880×1620 resolution, Geforce GT 735M, 1TB HDD, has a multitouch screen and weighs 5 pounds. The coolest part of this notebook is that the screen flips into three configurations: presentation mode (reversed), normal mode, and tablet mode.

Asus Taichi 31 (2013)

Asus Taichi 31

Asus Taichi 31

It’s an ultrabook that has two screens. Two. Screens. The one on the inside is non touch and the lid itself is a touch screen. They can be dual-screened or mirrored for presentations too. Comes with Core i5 1.7Ghz, 4GB RAM, 2 13.3″ 1920×1080 FHD screens, 256GB SSD, and weighs 3.4lbs.

Asus Lamborghini VX7 (2011)

Asus Lamborghini

Asus Lamborghini

Now this looks like a high performance machine! Looks like a car… performs like one too: Core i7 CPU, Nvidia GTX 460M graphics, FHD display, 16GB RAM and a whopping 8.4lbs.

Asus NX90 (2010)

Asus NX90

Asus NX90

Asus just doesn’t stop with the cool looking PCs. This one is designed with audio in mind, with massive Bang and Olufsen powered speakers attached to it. It also comes with the Core i7 processor, 4GB RAM, 1TB HDD, Nvidia GT 335M GPU, FHD 18.4″ display, and weighs a massive 9.7lbs. For a multimedia laptop though, can’t get better than this.

Asus U43 (2010)

Asus U43

Asus U43

What’s next Asus? How about a PC made with Bamboo? Like a high end piece of furniture? This elegant notebook comes with a Core i5 processor, 6GB RAM, Nvidia 310M GPU, 14″ 720p display, and weighs 5lbs.

Sony UX Micro PC (2006)

Sony Vaio UX

Sony Vaio UX

Sony’s VAIO series of PCs are very diverse, and this is Sony’s UMPC entry. It came with Core 2 Solo 1.2Ghz processor, 1GB RAM, 48 GB SSD, 4.5″ 1024×768 screen, a keyboard, a fingerprint reader, weighed around 1.2lbs and ran full blown Windows Vista. This was probably the most powerful UMPC out there at the time.

Dell Adamo XPS (2010)

Dell Adamo XPS

Dell Adamo XPS

Well Dell makes some pretty cool laptops too. This one is only 10mm thin, and fits the keyboard inside the display when closed, which acts as a stand as well. It came with a 1.4Ghz Core Duo, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 13.4″ 720p display, and weighed 3.2lbs.

Razer Edge Pro (2013)

Razer Edge Pro

Razer Edge Pro

This is probably the most powerful “tablet” I’ve seen yet. Razer made a tablet (actually a full PC) that could play heavy games with a proprietary controller joystick that attaches to it. The specs? HD display, 8GB RAM, Core i7 1.9Ghz CPU, Nvidia GT 640M GPU, 256GB SSD, and weighs 2.1lbs. Have you ever seen a tablet that had that kind of specs??

Lenovo Horizon (2013)

Lenovo Horizon

Lenovo Horizon

Yes, this is a PC!! Actually its a 27″ table-top PC that you can either use flat on a table to play party games, or as a massive desktop computer. The specs? 27″ FHD resolution display, 1.8Ghz Core i5 CPU, 8GB RAM, Nvidia GT620M GPU, 1TB HDD, and weighs a massive 15.7lbs.

Panasonic Toughbook 19 (2012)

Panasonic Toughbook 19

Panasonic Toughbook 19

Panasonic Toughbooks are renowned as incredibly durable laptops. They are military spec tested and they look like a tank. Fully rugged, 10″ swivel screen, Wacom stylus, Core i5, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, fingerprint reader and weighs about 5.1lbs. You will not find a tougher looking notebook than this.

Fujitsu ST5100 (2006)

Fujitsu Stylistic

Fujitsu Stylistic

Fujitsu makes some very interesting looking laptops and tablets. In fact they were one of the first to make slate tablet PCs. This one came with Core 2 Duo CPU, 10.4″ 1024×768 display, 1GB RAM, 80GB HDD, fingerprint reader and weighed 3.5lbs.

Fujitsu Lifebook U810 (2007)

Fujitsu U810

Fujitsu U810

This is a UMPC/Handheld PC from Fujitsu, slightly smaller than the Sony P series, but also a convertible tablet that has a digitizer and fingerprint reader as well (!). It comes with an Intel A110 processor, 1GB RAM, 40GB HDD, 5.6″ screen, a webcam, and weighs 1.5lbs.

Vulcan Flipstart (2007)

Vulcan Flipstart

Vulcan Flipstart

I know a lot of PCs in this post are Handheld or UMPCs, but they are all very unique and niche PCs so I want to cover this one as well. The Vulcan Flipstart has a 5.6-inch screen with 1024×600 resolution, a 30GB hard drive, built-in Wi-Fi, bluetooth, VGA webcam, Pentium M ULV processor running at 1.1 GHz, and 512MB RAM. Curiously, this unit has a small screen on the lid when closed, that displays PIM information like Calendar, time, email, etc.

Flybook VM (2008)

Flybook VM

Flybook VM

Manufactured by a company called Dialogue Technology, the Flybook VM has a unique design that allows the screen panel to be lifted up, swung forward, and tilted into a more ergonomic position, or used in a traditional position. It came with a 12″ screen, 1.2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 2GB RAM, 80GB HDD, a DVD burner, a sim card reader, fingerprint reader, webcam, and weighs 3.5lbs.

Lenovo Yoga 13 (2012)

Lenovo Yoga 13

Lenovo Yoga 13

The Lenovo Yoga is another unique Windows 8 convertible design, with the screen being able to fold back all the way into a tablet, with the keyboard disabled in this mode. It can also be used in ‘tent’ mode with the screen folded halfway. It comes with a 13″ FHD touch screen, Core i7 chip, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, and weighs 3.3lbs.

Alienware M11x (2010)

Alienware M11x

Alienware M11x

I put this one here only because its the smallest gaming laptop that has been released recently (barring the Razer Edge Pro). Yes, it’s an 11″ gaming laptop with all the fancy AlienwareFX lights, with an 1.3Ghz Core 2 duo, 4GB RAM, 11.6″ 720p display, 160GB HDD, Nvidia GT 335M GPU and weighs 4.4lbs. It’s an ultraportable gaming laptop.

Asus EeePC T91 (2009)

Asus EEEPC T91

Asus EEEPC T91

Asus’ EeePC’s started the netbook trend, and this one is the original convertible netbook. 8.9″ touch screen, 1.33Ghz processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB SSD, and weighing 2lbs put its in the standard netbook/UMPC territory.

Wibrain B (2008)

Wibrain B

Wibrain B

Can I say UMPC’s look cool? Yes they come in all sorts of flavors, but most of them didn’t catch on because they were too expensive and too underpowered. This one had looks like an oversized Sony PSP, had a 4.8″ screen, a 1.2Ghz Via processor, 30GB HDD, only 512MB RAM, and weighed 1.2lbs.

Viliv N5

Viliv N5

Viliv N5

Similar to the Fujitsu Lifebook U810 and U900, Viliv makes quite a few UMPC/Netbooks (you can also check out the S5 and the S7, and this one is the lightest of the lot, weighing a mere 0.85lbs!! It had an Intel Atom 1.33Ghz CPU, 64GB SSD, 1GB RAM, and 4.8″ touch screen.

OLPC XO-1 (2007)

OLPC XO-1

OLPC XO-1

The OLPC Project, or the One Laptop Per Child Project, was designed to provide a cheap computer to children in developing countries. They were powered by a 433Mhz AMD CPU, 256MB RAM, 1GB Flash disk space, 7.5″ LCD display, and averaged 3 hours of battery life. They had a handle, could be rotated into ‘e-book’ mode as a convertible laptop, and can be powered by a hand-crank generator. Unfortunately, they still ended up costing $200, more than the $100 target price, with specs that are lower than the average netbook.

Magic the Gathering deck lists: update

It’s been a while since I posted about Magic the Gathering. Umm I haven’t really played it in a while, but here’s a rundown of my current decks on Magic Online. This is to preserve my own deck designs. You see, all my decks are designed by me, I didn’t take any from online articles or anything. But since I’ve stopped playing recently, I might as well share my decks.

Name: Dark GW
Colors: Green, White, Black
Legality: Modern
Summary: This is the main deck I use now. It’s a three color aggro-control deck that utilizes the best and most efficient cards out of each color in combination with each other to win the game. Its effective in both single player and multiplayer, and designed to withstand a lot of different metagames.
Decklist: 75 cards

//Lands: 24
4 Murmuring Bosk
3 Temple Garden
3 Godless Shrine
3 Windswept Heath
3 Marsh Flats
3 Overgrown Tomb
3 Verdant Catacombs
2 Reflecting Pool

//Creatures: 35
4 Birds of Paradise
2 Dark Confidant
2 Scavenging Ooze
4 Fleecemane Lion
2 Voice of Resurgence
2 Eternal Witness
2 Kitchen Finks
2 Phyrexian Crusader
2 Mirran Crusader
2 Ohran Viper
2 Knight of the Reliquary
2 Vampire Nighthawk
2 Fiendslayer Paladin
1 Brimaz, King of Oreskos
1 Creakwood Liege
1 Hero of Bladehold
1 Thrun, the Last Troll
1 Linvala, Keeper of Silence

//Non creature: 16
3 Inquisition of Kozilek
3 Path to Exile
3 Abrupt Decay
1 Black Sun’s Zenith
1 Bitterblossom
1 Sword of Fire and Ice
1 Elspeth, Knight-Errant
1 Sorin, Lord of Innistrad
1 Garruk Wildspeaker
1 Garruk Relentless

Name: Threshold
Colors: Green, Blue
Legality: Vintage
Summary: This is the oldest deck I have. I built this aggro deck way back in high school, and its remained essentially unchanged, as its very simple and very effective. Put out cheap, fast creatures, draw lots of cards, get threshold and attack until opponent is dead.
Decklist: 60 cards

//Lands: 20
4 Yavimaya Coast
8 Forest
8 Island

//Creatures: 16
4 Wild Mongrel
4 Basking Rootwalla
4 Werebear
4 Nimble Mongoose

//Non creature: 24
4 Roar of the Wurm
4 Rune Snag
4 Careful Study
4 Mental Note
4 Aether Burst
4 Accumulated Knowledge

Name: Naya
Colors: Red, White, Green
Legality: Modern
Summary: This is an aggro deck that plays with lots of very efficient, big creatures.
Decklist: 75 cards

//Lands: 24
4 Naya Panorama
4 Terramorphic Expanse
4 Evolving Wilds
4 Plains
4 Mountain
4 Forest

//Creatures: 36
4 Vexing Devil
4 Wild Nacatl
4 Fleecemane Lion
4 Flinthoof Boar
4 Knight of Meadowgrain
4 Loxodon Smiter
3 Serra Avenger
3 Silverblade Paladin
3 Knight of the Reliquary
3 Vengevine

//Non creature: 15
4 Lightning Helix
4 Lightning Bolt
4 Path to Exile
3 Rancor

Name: Tokens
Colors: Green
Legality: Vintage
Summary: This is a aggro-combo deck that relies on using creatures that make lots and lots of tokens to overwhelm an opponent.
Decklist: 60 cards

//Lands: 16
4 Oran-Rief, the Vastwood
1 Gaea’s Cradle
12 12 Forest

//Creatures: 26
4 Llanowar Elves
4 Elvish Mystic
4 Essence Warden
4 Wirewood Hivemaster
4 Imperious Perfect
4 Wolf-Skull Shaman
2 Master of the Wild Hunt

//Non creature: 18
2 Spawning Pit
2 Skullclamp
4 Beacon of Creation
4 Squirrel Nest
2 Presence of Gond
2 Earthcraft
2 Parallel Lives

Name: Persistence is Futile
Colors: White
Legality: Vintage
Summary: This is a control deck that has also remained largely unchanged. Its based around creatures that are very hard to kill and come back easily with the main combo being persist creatures + Power Conduit/Oran-Rief, the Vastwood.
Decklist: 60 cards

//Lands: 20
3 Oran-Rief, the Vastwood
1 Kor Haven
1 Emeria, the Sky Ruin
3 Kjeldoran Outpost
12 Plains

//Creatures: 22
4 Heartmender
4 Kitchen Finks
4 Safehold Elite
4 Epochrasite
4 Mother of Runes
1 Glory
1 Heliod, God of the Sun

//Non creature: 18
4 Oblivion Ring
4 Power Conduit
2 Worship
2 Story Circle
4 Luminarch Ascension
1 Ajani Goldmane
1 Ajani, Caller of the Pride

Name: Equipment
Colors: White
Legality: Modern
Summary: This is an aggro deck that revolves around using equipment and cheap low costed creatures to quickly kill an opponent.
Decklist: 60 cards

//Lands: 16
12 Plains
4 Ancient Den

//Creatures: 24
4 Puresteel Paladin
4 Auriok Steelshaper
4 Kitesail Apprentice
4 Kor Duelist
4 Ardent Recruit
4 Auriok Edgewright

//Non creature: 20
4 Cranial Plating
4 Path to Exile
4 Shuko
4 Bonesplitter
2 Skullclamp
2 Basilisk Collar

Name: Affinity
Colors: Colorless
Legality: Vintage
Summary: This is an aggro deck that’s just as fast as Equipment, except its colorless and relies on artifacts.
Decklist: 60 cards

//Lands: 14
4 Inkmoth Nexus
4 Seat of the Synod
4 Mishra’s Workshop
1 Academy Ruins
1 Tolarian Academy

//Creatures: 30
4 Memnite
4 Ornithopter
4 Arcbound Ravager
4 Frogmite
4 Master of Etherium
4 Arcbound Worker
4 Steel Overseer
2 Etched Champion

//Non creature: 16
4 Cranial Plating
4 Brainstorm
4 Lotus Petal
2 Lightning Greaves
1 Mox Opal
1 Sol Ring

Name: Shaman Rock
Colors: Green, Black
Legality: Vintage
Summary: This is a aggro-combo deck that utilizes very efficient creatures, along with the classic combo of Fauna Shaman and Recurring Nightmare to constantly revive dead creatures over and over.
Decklist: 60 cards

//Lands: 20
4 Woodland Cemetery
7 Forest
7 Swamp
1 Yavimaya Hollow
1 Volrath’s Stronghold

//Creatures: 26
3 Eternal Witness
3 Kitchen Finks
4 Wall of Blossoms
4 Fauna Shaman
4 Overgrown Battlement
2 Vengevine
2 Yavimaya Elder
2 Solemn Simulacrum
1 Genesis
1 Deranged Hermit

//Non creature: 14
3 Maelstrom Pulse
3 Recurring Nightmare
2 Living Death
2 Liliana of the Veil
2 Profane Command
1 Vampiric Tutor
1 Demonic Tutor

Name: Multiplayer Underworld Dreams
Colors: Black
Legality: Vintage
Summary: This is a creature-less control deck that utilizes cards that affect multiple players, making it very good in multiplayer settings. I use this almost exclusively in multiplayer, relying on the combination of Underworld Dreams + Howling Mine and other annoying defensive cards like No Mercy and Iron Maiden to defeat multiple opponents at once.
Decklist: 60 cards

//Lands: 17
1 Mikokoro, Center of the Sea
2 Reliquary Tower
14 Swamp

//Creatures: 0

//Non creature: 43
//main cards
4 Sun Droplet
4 Dark Ritual
1 Sol Ring
4 Underworld Dreams
4 Howling mine
3 Spiteful Visions

//additional pain
3 Bloodchief Ascension
4 Iron Maiden
4 Tangle Wire
1 Necropotence
2 Tainted Aether
2 Sculpting Steel
2 Static Orb
2 Portcullis
2 No Mercy
1 Liliana of the Dark Realms

Name: Venser
Colors: Blue, White
Legality: Vintage
Summary: This is a control deck that uses a lot of creatures with comes into play abilities, and stalling abilities, with Venser, the Sojourner as the main centerpiece of the deck. The trick is to play the creatures over and over again to re-use their effects.
Decklist: 75 cards

//Lands: 24
10 Island
10 Plains
4 Glacial Fortress

//Creatures: 20
4 Fog Bank
4 Wall of Omens
3 Blade Splicer
3 Kitchen Finks
2 Gilded Drake
2 Venser, Shaper Savant
2 Restoration Angel

//Non creature: 31
//planeswalkers
3 Venser, the Sojourner
1 Jace Beleren
1 Jace, Architect of Thought
1 Jace, the Mind Sculptor
1 Tamiyo, the Moon Sage
1 Elspeth Tirel
1 Elspeth, Sun’s Champion

//stalling
3 Rhystic Study
3 Ghostly Prison
3 Propaganda
3 Parallax Wave
2 Crystal Shard
2 Erratic Portal
2 Umbilicus
2 Blood Clock
1 Equilibrium
1 Sol Ring

Name: Cephalid Breakfast
Colors: Blue
Legality: Vintage
Summary: This is a combo deck that relies on casting two spells: Cephalid Illusionist and Shuko. Draw until you get those two cards. Once those two are out, you just endlessly equip Cephalid Illusionist targeting itself and mill your entire deck into your graveyard. At that point, 4 Narcomoebas will come into play due to being milled, and use them to flashback Dread Return from the graveyard, targeting Flame-kin Zealot. Once you do so, Bridge from Below will trigger 4 times for each Narcomoeba that died, gaining you a ton of zombie tokens which will be hasted due to Flame-kin Zealot‘s effect. Then you just attack (hopefully flying from a Wonder) and win.
Decklist: 60 cards

//Lands: 12
12 Island

//Creatures: 15
4 Narcomoeba
4 Cephalid Illusionist
4 Street Wraith
2 Flame-kin Zealot
1 Wonder

//Non creature: 33
//card draw
4 Brainstorm
4 Careful Study
4 Ponder
4 Preordain
3 Serum Visions
4 Gitaxian Probe

//main cards
4 Bridge from Below
4 Shuko
2 Dread Return

Name: Enduring Ideal
Colors: Multicolor
Legality: Vintage
Summary: This is a combo deck that relies on casting Enduring Ideal and enchantments to win. First you save up mana builders until you can find and cast Enduring Ideal. Then the first enchantment to search for is Dovescape. This neutralizes your opponents non-creature spells. Then you search for Humility, which neutralizes all your opponents creatures. Then you search for Form of the Dragon, which prevents your opponent’s creatures from attacking, and also puts them on a clock to eventually lose. If the opponent somehow disrupts this, Solitary Confinement and Psychic Possession are a soft lock, and Take Possession will deal with an opponent’s problem card.
Decklist: 60 cards

//Lands: 12
4 Ancient Spring
4 Gemstone Mine
4 City of Brass

//Creatures: 0

//Non creature: 48
//mana
4 Seething Song
4 Lotus Petal
4 Lotus Bloom
4 Pentad Prism

//tutor, draw
4 Brainstorm
1 Sol Ring
1 Vampiric Tutor
1 Demonic tutor
4 Mystical Tutor
4 Street Wraith
4 Gitaxian Probe

//main cards
3 Enduring Ideal
2 Humility
2 Dovescape
2 Form of the Dragon
1 Zur’s Weirding
1 Take Possession
1 Solitary Confinement
1 Psychic Possession

Top 20 Greatest scorers (offensive players) in NBA history

Alright, it’s time for another ranking article!! After ranking the most dominant seasons for NBA players and the top 20 players all time, I’m gonna rank the top 20 scorers of all time now. This comes off the news of Lebron making 61 points recently, a career high for him.

So how does Lebron stack up against other NBA scorers in history? Let’s find out. For this top 20 ranking, I do not look at career totals. If you look at that, you can clearly see that Kareem Abdul Jabbar is the greatest scorer when you account for career totals.
But career totals skews towards NBA players that have longevity, and NBA players who were great scorers but had their careers cut short by injury are not well represented. For this reason, I use the peaks of NBA players, and so I primarily focus on: their best scoring seasons, and number of scoring titles.

If you apply this heuristic, then the top 20 NBA scorers of all time are:

Honorable Mentions: Tracy McGrady, Pete Maravich, Dwayne Wade, Bernard King, Larry Bird, Julius Erving

20. Alex English
Number of scoring seasons of 25 points or greater: 8/16
Number of scoring titles: 1
Best season scoring average: 29.8 (1986)

19. Bob Pettit
Number of scoring seasons of 25 points or greater: 7/12
Number of scoring titles: 2
Best season scoring average: 31.1 (1962)

18. Rick Barry
Number of scoring seasons of 25 points or greater: 8/14
Number of scoring titles: 1
Best season scoring average: 35.6 (1967)

17. Oscar Robertson
Number of scoring seasons of 25 points or greater: 9/14
Number of scoring titles: 0
Best season scoring average: 31.4 (1964)

16. Elgin Baylor
Number of scoring seasons of 25 points or greater: 8/14
Number of scoring titles: 0
Best season scoring average: 38.3 (1962)

15. Adrian Dantley
Number of scoring seasons of 25 points or greater: 8/17
Number of scoring titles: 2
Best season scoring average: 30.7 (1981)

14. Bob McAdoo
Number of scoring seasons of 25 points or greater: 7/17
Number of scoring titles: 3
Best season scoring average: 34.5 (1975)

13. Carmelo Anthony
Number of scoring seasons of 25 points or greater: 9/12
Number of scoring titles: 1
Best season scoring average: 28.9 (2007)

12. Kevin Durant
Number of scoring seasons of 25 points or greater: 6/7
Number of scoring titles: 4
Best season scoring average: 32.0 (2014)

11. Lebron James
Number of scoring seasons of 25 points or greater: 10/11
Number of scoring titles: 1
Best season scoring average: 31.4 (2006)

10. Shaq
Number of scoring seasons of 25 points or greater: 10/19
Number of scoring titles: 2
Best season scoring average: 29.7 (2000)

9. George Gervin
Number of scoring seasons of 25 points or greater: 8/15
Number of scoring titles: 4
Best season scoring average: 33.1 (1980)

8. Dominique Wilkins
Number of scoring seasons of 25 points or greater: 11/16
Number of scoring titles: 1
Best season scoring average: 30.3 (1986)

7. Karl Malone
Number of scoring seasons of 25 points or greater: 12/19
Number of scoring titles: 0
Best season scoring average: 31.0 (1990)

6. Kareem Abdul Jabbar
Number of scoring seasons of 25 points or greater: 10/20
Number of scoring titles: 2
Best season scoring average: 34.8 (1972)

5. Allen Iverson
Number of scoring seasons of 25 points or greater: 11/17
Number of scoring titles: 4
Best season scoring average: 33.0 (2006)

4. Jerry West
Number of scoring seasons of 25 points or greater: 11/14
Number of scoring titles: 1
Best season scoring average: 31.3 (1966)

3. Kobe Bryant
Number of scoring seasons of 25 points or greater: 12/18
Number of scoring titles: 2
Best season scoring average: 35.4 (2006)

2. Wilt Chamberlain
Number of scoring seasons of 25 points or greater: 9/15
Number of scoring titles: 7
Best season scoring average: 50.4 (1962)

1. Michael Jordan
Number of scoring seasons of 25 points or greater: 12/15
Number of scoring titles: 10
Best season scoring average: 37.1 (1987)