Kobe Bryant Records: NBA and Los Angeles Lakers Records

Kobe Bryant stats. NBA Career, Regular Season and Playoffs averages, totals and career highs

Kobe Bryant NBA and Lakers Records

Kobe Bryant StatsDespite having an average three point percentage in his career, Kobe Bryant has some days when he seems unable to miss a shot. That was the case on January 7, 2003 playing against the Supersonics when Kobe made three-pointer after three-pointer to set 3 NBA records.

Of course his NBA records are also franchise records, but Kobe also holds many Laker records, the more relevant are points records. You can also check how he rank in Lakers history in each category.

Statistics Career
Points 25.0
Rebounds 5.2
Assists 4.7
Steals 1.4

NBA Titles:
2000, 2001, 2002, 2009, 2010

Scoring Titles: 2 - 2006, 2007
Season MVP Award: 1 - 2008
Finals MVP Award: 2 - 2009, 2010
Lakers All-Time Scoring Leader

Kobe Bryant NBA Records

12 9 8 66.4%
Three-point shots made in one game.
(January 7, 2003 vs. Seattle SuperSonics)
Consecutive three-point shots made in one game
(January 7, 2003 vs. Seattle SuperSonics)
Three-point shots made in one half. Second best.
(January 7, 2003 vs. Seattle SuperSonics)
Of his team points in one game. (January 22, 2006 vs. Toronto Raptors, Shot clock)
1 1 1 1
Of 2 players with 50+ points in 4 consecutive games. (Chamberlain is the other one) Of 2 Players with 35+ in 13 consecutive games. (Chamberlain) Of 3 players with 40+ points in 9 consecutive games. (Chamberlain and Jordan) Of 4 players with multiple career 60+ point games. (Jordan, Chamberlain, Baylor)
Of 3 players with 100 games of 40+ points (Chamberlain and Jordan)      

Kobe Bryant Lakers Records

Top Scorer
Kobe is the Lakers all-time scoring leader both in the regular season and the playoffs
81 55 30 2,832
Points in one game, 2nd best in NBA history
(January 22, 2006 vs. Toronto Raptors)
Points in one half
(January 22, 2006 vs. Toronto Raptors)
Points in 1 quarter, 4th highest in league history and the best for a 3rd quarter. (twice) Points in one season (2005-06, 7th highest in NBA history)
62 23 16 14
Consecutive free throws made
(January 11–22, 2006)
Free throws made in one game.
Free throws made in one half.
(January 30, 2001 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers)
Free throws made in one quarter.
(December 20, 2005 vs. Dallas Mavericks)