If all NBA players were judged by their best season, what would the new greatest of all time list look like?

Let me take a crack at this. I’m just gonna focus on the statistical best seasons. First lets get the ridiculous 1962 seasons out of the way where 4 all time players peaked at the same time..

  1. 1962 Wilt Chamberlain – 50.4 PPG / 25.7 RPG / 2.4 APG
  2. 1962 Oscar Robertson – 30.8 PPG / 12.5 RPG / 11.4 APG
  3. 1962 Elgin Baylor – 38.3 PPG / 18.6 RPG / 4.6 APG
  4. 1962 Bob Pettit – 31.1 PPG / 18.7 RPG / 3.7 APG
  5. 1972 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar – 34.8 PPG / 16.6 RPG / 4.6 APG
  6. 2017 Russell Westbrook – 31.6 PPG / 10.7 RPG / 10.4 APG
  7. 2000 Shaquille O’Neal – 29.7 PPG / 13.6 RPG / 3.8 APG
  8. 1989 Michael Jordan – 32.5 PPG / 8 RPG / 8 APG
  9. 1967 Rick Barry – 35.6 PPG / 9.2 RPG / 3.6 APG
  10. 1971 John Havlicek – 28.9 PPG / 9 RPG / 7.5 APG
  11. 1973 Julius Erving – 31.9 PPG / 12.2 RPG / 4.2 APG
  12. 1968 Connie Hawkins – 26.8 PPG / 13.5 RPG / 4.6 APG
  13. 2017 James Harden – 29.1 PPG / 8.1 RPG / 11.2 APG
  14. 2014 Kevin Durant – 32.0 PPG / 7.4 RPG / 5.5 APG
  15. 1968 Nate Thurmond – 20.5 PPG / 22 RPG / 4.2 APG
  16. 1960 Bill Russell – 18.2 PPG / 24 RPG / 3.7 APG
  17. 1966 Jerry Lucas – 21.5 PPG / 21.1 RPG / 2.7 APG
  18. 1962 Walt Bellamy – 31.6 PPG / 19 RPG / 2.7 APG
  19. 2008 Lebron James – 30 PPG / 7.9 RPG / 7.2 APG
  20. 1994 David Robinson – 29.8 PPG / 10.7 RPG / 4.8 APG

Jaw dropping numbers from these guys I know…