Lega Basket Serie A statistical leaders

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Lega Basket Serie A statistical leaders are the season by season stats leaders and all-time stats leaders of the top-tier level professional basketball league in Italy, the Lega Basket Serie A (LBA).

Top Scorers by seasonEdit

In basketball, points are the sum of the score accumulated through free throws or field goals. The LBA's scoring title is awarded to the player with the highest points per game average in a given regular season. Prior to the 1987–88 season, the league's Top Scorer was the player that scored the most total points in the league during the season. Since the 1987–88 season, the league's Top Scorer is the player with the highest scoring average per game during the season.

By total points scoredEdit

 
Bob Morse, 6× Italian League scoring champion.
 
Gianfranco Lombardi (with the ball), 2× Italian League scoring champion.
 
Doug Moe (with the ball), 1966 Italian League scoring champion.

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Starting with the 1974–75 season, stats accumulated in the league's playoffs were not counted. Through the 1986–87 season, the Top Scorer of the league was the player that scored the most total points. Starting with the 1987–88 season, the Top Scorer of the league was the player with the highest points per game scoring average.

Top Scorers By Total Points Scored (1948–49 to 1986–87)
Season Player
(League's Top Scorer)
Club Total Points Scored
1948–49   Agostino Miliani San Giusto Trieste 238
1949–50   Romeo Romanutti Borletti Milano 378
1950–51   Sergio Stefanini Borletti Milano 473
1951–52   Sergio Stefanini (2×) Borletti Milano 366
1952–53   Sergio Stefanini (3×) Borletti Milano 416
1953–54   Sergio Stefanini (4×) Borletti Milano 517
1954–55   Tonino Zorzi Ignis Varese 527
1955–56   Romeo Romanutti (2×) Borletti Milano 496
1956–57   Tony Vlastelica Benelli Pesaro 546
1957–58   Tony Vlastelica (2×) Oransoda Cantù 479
1958–59   Al Inniss Lanco Pesaro 508
1959–60   Nino Cescutti Lanco Pesaro 531
1960–61   Paolo Vittori Simmenthal Milano 509
1961–62   Nino Cescutti (2×) Algor Pesaro 529
1962–63   Andrea Toso Pallacanestro Treviso 628
1963–64   Gianfranco Lombardi Knorr Bologna 594
1964–65   Paolo Vittori (2×) Simmenthal Milano 562
1965–66   Doug Moe Petrarca Padova 674
1966–67   Gianfranco Lombardi (2×) Candy Bologna 552
1967–68   Trajko Rajković Fargas Livorno 521
1968–69   Radivoj Korać Boario Padova 581
1969–70   Elnardo Webster Splügen Brau Gorizia 593
1970–71   Gary Schull Eldorado Bologna 540
1971–72   John Fultz Norda Bologna 655
1972–73   Bob Morse Ignis Varese 824
1973–74   Bob Morse (2×) Ignis Varese 753
1974–75   Bob Morse (3×) Ignis Varese 1,336
1975–76   Chuck Jura Mobilquattro Milano 1,198
1976–77   Chuck Jura (2×) Xerox Milano 1,052
1977–78   Chuck Jura (3×) Xerox Milano 997
1978–79   Bob Morse (4×) Emerson Varese 885
1979–80   Bob Morse (5×) Emerson Varese 964
1980–81   Bob Morse (6×) Turisanda Varese 980
1981–82   Zam Fredrick Sinudyne Bologna 988
1982–83   Kevin Magee Cagiva Varese 887
1983–84   Oscar Schmidt Indesit Caserta 955
1984–85   Oscar Schmidt (2×) Indesit Caserta 1,140
1985–86   Oscar Schmidt (3×) Mobilgirgi Caserta 1,226
1986–87   Oscar Schmidt (4×) Mobilgirgi Caserta 1,316

By scoring averageEdit

 
Michael Young, 1991 Italian League scoring champion.
 
Lou Bullock, 2002 Italian League scoring champion.
 
Gary Neal, 2010 Italian League scoring champion.
Top Scorers By Scoring Average (1987–88 to Present)
Season Player
(League's Top Scorer)
Club Scoring Average
1987–88   Dražen Dalipagić Hitachi Venezia
37.7
1988–89   Oscar Schmidt (5×) Snaidero Caserta
36.6
1989–90   Oscar Schmidt (6×) Phonola Caserta 33.1
1990–91   Michael Young Panasonic Reggio Calabria 34.0
1991–92   Oscar Schmidt (7×) Branca Pavia 38.6
1992–93   Larry Middleton Marr Rimini 26.0
1993–94   Mario Boni Bialetti Montecatini 30.5
1994–95   Arijan Komazec Cagiva Varese 33.7
1995–96   Carlton Myers Teamsystem Bologna 26.9
1996–97   Steve Burtt Sr. Genertel Trieste 34.1
1997–98   Mike Mitchell Cfm Reggio Emilia 24.1
1998–99   Vincenzo Esposito Termal Imola 24.5
1999–00   Vincenzo Esposito (2×) Lineltex Imola 30.9
2000–01   Vincenzo Esposito (3×) Lineltex Imola 28.0
2001–02   Lou Bullock Adecco Milano 24.9
2002–03   Boris Gorenc Metis Varese 22.4
2003–04   Charlie Bell Mabo Livorno 25.5
2004–05   Drew Nicholas Solidago Livorno 22.8
2005–06   Lynn Greer Carpisa Napoli 23.5
2006–07   Rick Apodaca Legea Scafati 19.8
2007–08   Clay Tucker Siviglia Wear Teramo 21.0
2008–09   Michael Hicks Scavolini Pesaro 18.8
2009–10   Gary Neal Benetton Treviso 19.4
2010–11   James White Dinamo Sassari 21.0
2011–12   Andre Smith Otto Caserta 18.4
2012–13   Donell Taylor Trenkwalder Reggio Emilia 19.1
2013–14   Drake Diener Banco di Sardegna Sassari 19.4
2014–15   Tony Mitchell Dolomiti Energia Trento 20.7
2015–16   Austin Daye Consultinvest Pesaro 21.3
2016–17   Marcus Landry Germani Basket Brescia 19.6
2017–18   Jason Rich Sidigas Avellino 19.3
2018–19   Frank Gaines Red October Cantù 20.3

Source: LegaBasket.it STATISTICHE (in Italian).

Italian basketball first league (1970–present)Edit

[2] The all-time top scoring leaders of the LBA, the Italian top-tier level professional club basketball league. Includes points scored since the 1970–71 season, when Lega Basket took over the competitions.

Rank Player Points Scored Games Played Scoring Average Years Played In The Leagues Clubs
1   Antonello Riva 14,397 785 18.3 1977–2002 Cantù, Olimpia Milano, VL Pesaro, Ginnastica Goriziana, NSB Rieti
2.   Oscar Schmidt 13,957 403 34.6 1982–1993 Juvecaserta, Pavia
3.   Carlton Myers 11,320 582 19.5 1988–2010 Rimini, VL Pesaro, Fortitudo Bologna, Virtus Roma, Mens Sana Basket
4.   Chuck Jura 9,870 344 28.7 1972–1985 Milano 1958, Basket Mestre, Alpe Bergamo, Montesacro Roma
5.   Bob Morse 9,775 352 27.8 1972–1981,
1984–1986
Varese, Reggio Emilia
6.   Mario Boni 9,756 470 20.8 1983–2005 Vigevano, Montecatini, Virtus Roma, Roseto Sharks, Teramo Basket, Aurora Basket Jesi
7.   Larry Middleton 9,460 527 18.0 1989–2005 Trieste, Basket Rimini, Basket Cervia, Basket Napoli, Mens Sana Basket, VL Pesaro, Basket Avellino
8.   Renato Villalta 9,266 558 16.6 1974–1991 Basket Mestre, Virtus Bologna, Basket Treviso
9.   Walter Magnifico 9,189 740 12.4 1979–2001 Fortitudo Bologna, VL Pesaro, Virtus Bologna, Virtus Roma
10.   Roberto Premier 9,140 633 14.4 1978–1996 Ginnastica Goriziana, Olimpia Milano, Virtus Roma, Basket Modena

ReferencesEdit

SourcesEdit

  • Almanacco illustrato del basket 1990. Panini, Modena, 1989. (in Italian)
  • Almanacco illustrato del basket 2009. Panini, Modena, 2008, p. 211. (in Italian)

External linksEdit