3 major records that have been set this NBA season

Every NBA season, we see new records set and previous records broken and this year, we have seen quite a number of records broken.

While this has been a shorter season with a more compacted schedule in terms of playing games more frequently, this has not stopped some of the best of the best from having career-years and setting some impressive marks along the way. 

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While we may not have seen any team records this season, other than the Utah Jazz having a historic month in January shooting threes, plenty of players have made noise this year by breaking, or in some cases shattering, some records that we never thought would be touched. 

Of course, we have some records like Wilt Chamberlain’s 48.5 minutes per game average during the 1961-62 season with the Philadelphia Warriors and the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers 33-game win streak as some records that will never be broken, but we thought the same with some of the records that we will talk about shortly! 

With that said, let’s dive into some of this year’s most historic performances and take a look at three major records that have been broken or tied this NBA season! 

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