7 NBA Records That Are Unbreakable

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In NBA, records are born to break, and Kobe Bryant just broke Michael Jordan's record of NBA career score. However, there are still some record are totally insane and unbreakable, in case you don't believe, here is 7 NBA records to prove that.

Blocks Per Game



Mark Eaton holds the record for the highest career average of blocked shots per game with 3.50 shots.

Eaton spent his entire career with the Utah Jazz. In 875 games, he scored 5,216 points, 6,939 rebounds, and blocked 3,064 shots. He is second All-time in blocked shots behind Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's 3,189. The only difference? Eaton played 875 games compared to Kareem's 1,560.

Free Throw Shooting Percentage



Jose Calderon has the record for the highest free throw shooting percentage in a season at 98.1%.

In the 2008-2009 NBA season, Calderon missed just three free throw attempts all season long going 151-154 from the line. The two seasons after that he shot only 79.8 and 85.4 percent from the free throw line.

Assists In Total



John Stockton was able to distribute the basketball better than anyone in the NBA.

His career assist total of 15,806 assists is 4,000 more than second-place holder Jason Kidd. Steve Nash is sixth on the list with 9,252 assists.

Technical Fouls



Talk about a dirty player. Rasheed Wallace has a short fuse and was called for a season record 41 technical fouls.

Respectively, that's one technical foul every other NBA game of the season!

Consecutive Games



One of the biggest limitations for an NBA player is getting injured.

AC Green is known as the NBA's Iron Man for playing an amazing 1,192 consecutive games, which totals up to 14 and a half straight seasons with out missing a single game!

Averaged Triple-Double



Oscar Robertson averaged a triple-double for the entire 1961 NBA season with 30.8 points, 12.5 rebounds and 11.4 assists. Big O averaged 11 free throw attempts per game, shot 80.3 percent from the line and 47.8 percent from the floor, and averaged an amazing 22.9 shots from the floor.

100 Points



Leave it to Wilt Chamberlain to make then end of this list of untouchable records.

Wilt was able to score an amazing 100 point game in the time he was in the NBA. Only one player since then has ever came close to that mark, as Kobe Bryant was able to drop 81 on the Toronto Raptors in 2006, which still left him 19 shy of Wilt's record. Unbelievable!

(source:hypun.com)

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