2015-16 NBA Statistics

Guess all the stats of the 2015-16 NBA regular season.
For NBA First-Teams, the 2 first players are forwards, then the center, end at the end 2 guards
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Standings
Eastern Conference
 
Western Conference
Team
W-L
 
Team
W-L
1
Cleveland Cavaliers
57-25
 
1
Golden State Warriors
73-9
2
Toronto Raptors
56-26
 
2
San Antonio Spurs
67-15
3
Miami Heat
48-34
 
3
Oklahoma City Thunder
55-27
4
Atlanta Hawks
48-34
 
4
Los Angeles Clippers
53-29
5
Boston Celtics
48-34
 
5
Portland Trail Blazers
44-38
6
Charlotte Hornets
48-34
 
6
Dallas Mavericks
42-40
7
Indiana Pacers
45-37
 
7
Memphis Grizzlies
42-40
8
Detroit Pistons
44-38
 
8
Houston Rockets
41-41
9
Chicago Bulls
42-40
 
9
Utah Jazz
40-42
10
Washington Wizards
41-41
 
10
Sacramento Kings
33-49
11
Orlando Magic
43-47
 
11
Denver Nuggets
33-49
12
Milwaukee Bucks
33-49
 
12
New Orleans Pelicans
30-52
13
New York Knicks
32-50
 
13
Minnesota Timberwolves
29-53
14
Brooklyn Nets
21-61
 
14
Phoenix Suns
23-59
15
Philadelphia 76ers
10-72
 
15
Los Angeles Lakers
17-65
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Team statistic leaders
Category
Team
Statistic
Points per game (more)
Golden State Warriors
114.9
Points per game (less)
Los Angeles Lakers
97.3
Rebounds per game
Oklahoma City Thunder
48.6
Assists per game
Golden State Warriors
28.9
Steals per game
Houston Rockets
10.0
Blocks per game
Miami Heat
6.5
Turnover (min)
Charlotte Hornets
11.9
Turnover (max)
Phoenix Suns
16.6
Field Goals %
Golden State Warriors
48.7%
3-Point Field Goals %
Golden State Warriors
41.6%
Free Throws %
New York Knicks
80.5%
Opponent Points (less)
San Antonio Spurs
92.9
Opponent Points (more)
Sacramento Kings
109.1
Points Differential
Golden State Warriors
10.8
 
Individual statistic leaders
Category
Player
Team
Statistic
Points per game
Stephen Curry
Golden State Warriors
30.1
Rebounds per game
Andre Drummond
Detroit Pistons
14.8
Assists per game
Rajon Rondo
Sacramento Kings
11.7
Steals per game
Stephen Curry
Golden State Warriors
2.14
Blocks per game
Hassan Whiteside
Miami Heat
3.68
Turnovers per game
James Harden
Houston Rockets
4.6
Fouls per game
DeMarcus Cousins
Sacramento Kings
3.6
Minutes per game
James Harden
Houston Rockets
38.1
Field Goals %
DeAndre Jordan
Los Angeles Clippers
70.3%
3-Point Field Goals %
J.J. Redick
Los Angeles Clippers
47.5%
Free Throws %
Stephen Curry
Golden State Warriors
90.8%
Efficency per game
Stephen Curry
Golden State Warriors
31.56
Double-doubles
Andre Drummond
Detroit Pistons
66
Triple-doubles
Russell Westbrook
Oklahoma City Thunder
18
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Individual game highs
Category
Player
Team
Statistic
Minutes
Marcus Morris
Detroit Pistons
57
Points
Kobe Bryant
Los Angeles Lakers
60
Rebounds
Andre Drummond
Detroit Pistons
29
Assists
Rajon Rondo
Sacramento Kings
20
Steals
Robert Covington
Philadelphia 76ers
8
Ricky Rubio
Minnesota Timberwolves
Pablo Prigioni
Los Angeles Clippers
James Harden
Houston Rockets
Blocks
Hassan Whiteside
Miami Heat
11
Three Pointers
Stephen Curry
Golden State Warriors
12
 
 
 
 
Yearly Awards
Award
Player
Team
Most Valuable Player
Stephen Curry
Golden State Warriors
Defensive Player of the Year
Kawhi Leonard
San Antonio Spurs
Rookie of the Year
Karl-Anthony Towns
Minnesota Timberwolves
Sixth Man of the Year
Jamal Crawford
Los Angeles Clippers
Most Improved Player
C.J. McCollum
Portland Trail Blazers
Coach of the Year
Steve Kerr
Golden State Warriors
All-NBA First First Team
Kawhi Leonard
San Antonio Spurs
LeBron James
Cleveland Cavaliers
DeAndre Jordan
Los Angeles Clippers
Russell Westbrook
Oklahoma City Thunder
Stephen Curry
Golden State Warriors
NBA All-Defensive First Team
Kawhi Leonard
San Antonio Spurs
Draymond Green
Golden State Warriors
DeAndre Jordan
Los Angeles Clippers
Avery Bradley
Boston Celtics
Chris Paul
Los Angeles Clippers
NBA All-Rookie First Team
Karl-Anthony Towns
Minnesota Timberwolves
Kristaps Porzingis
New York Knicks
Devin Booker
Phoenix Suns
Nikola Jokic
Denver Nuggets
Jahlil Okafor
Philadelphia 76ers
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