The 10 NBA Players Who Scored The Most Points In The 2000s: Kobe Bryant Was The Only One With Over 20K Points
The 2000s were a difficult time to score in the NBA. Aside from the 1950s, it was the slowest era of basketball in history. Between 13.1 and 18.0 three-pointers were attempted each game in the 2000s. Kobe Bryant was the only NBA player to score over 20K points in the 2000s. Check it out!
In the 2000s, Antawn Jamison played for the Warriors, Mavericks, and Wizards. And during that time, He scored 15,434 points in a total of 751 games
Ray Allen is best known for being one of the best 3-point shooters of the 2000s. In total, he played 728 games during that time, scoring 16,101 points with 22.1 points per game
Tracy McGrady was one of the best scorers in history. During that period, he played 671 games, scored 16,380 points, and averaged 24.4 points per game
As an organization, the Spurs reached new heights under Tim Duncan. In total, he scored 16,431 points in 767 games in which he averaged 21.4 points per game.
It wasn't until the mid-1990s that Kevin Garnett became a stretch big before the term became popular. Averaging 21.6 points per game, he scored 16,638 points in 769 games.
Vince Carter is considered one of the best in-game dunkers of all time. With an average of 23.9 points per game, he scored 17,341 points in 727 games.
Paul Pierce was undoubtedly one of the greatest scores of his generation. He scored 17,812 points in 765 games with an average of 23.3 points per game.
In addition to mastering the one-legged fade away, Dirk Nowitzki added strong offensive moves. In 792 games, he scored 18,699 points at a rate of 23.6 points per game.
He put the ball in the hoop at the rate of a big driving into the paint. Allen Iverson was a 6'0 guard. In 682 games, he scored 19,154 points at an average of 28.1 points per game.
In addition to his 3 points, Kobe Bryant was capable of controlling a game from the mid-range. In 748 games, he scored 21,065 points at an average of 28.2 points per game.