What is the most turnovers in a college basketball game?

February 28, 2019 Off By idswater

What is the most turnovers in a college basketball game?

Turnovers per Game

Rank Team Turnovers
1 Wisconsin 9.0 (280/31)
2 Iowa 9.5 (294/31)
3 Ohio State 10.6 (329/31)
4 Maryland 11.1 (343/31)

Who was the NBA player with the most turnovers?

To commit 26 turnovers usually means your key players have four plus turnovers each. That night it the perpetrators were Joel Embiid (seven), Ben Simmons (six) and JJ Redick (five). Hearing that stat made me curious about the numbers in this infamous NBA history and which team accumulated the most turnovers in one single game.

What’s the single season record for college basketball?

Since the start of the 1986 season, the single-season record for games played is 41. Kemba Walker, Shabazz Napier & Co. set the record after UConn won the Big East Tournament and NCAA tournament in 2011, then five Michigan players tied that mark in 2018 after the Wolverines made the national championship game.

When was the last time there was 30 turnovers in a game?

On May 4th, 1970, the Los Angeles Lakers recorded 30 turnovers against a relentless New York Knicks defense at Madison Square Garden in game 5 of the 1970 NBA Finals. Despite those 30 extra possessions, the Knicks only won that game by seven points, 107-100.

What’s the record for most points in a college basketball game?

Selvy’s 100 points were against non-DI opponent Newberry. Even with the addition of the three-point line, Selvy’s record is untouchable. The 2018 national champion, Villanova, which also had the country’s most efficient offense, scored at least 100 points just four times – as a team.

To commit 26 turnovers usually means your key players have four plus turnovers each. That night it the perpetrators were Joel Embiid (seven), Ben Simmons (six) and JJ Redick (five). Hearing that stat made me curious about the numbers in this infamous NBA history and which team accumulated the most turnovers in one single game.

On May 4th, 1970, the Los Angeles Lakers recorded 30 turnovers against a relentless New York Knicks defense at Madison Square Garden in game 5 of the 1970 NBA Finals. Despite those 30 extra possessions, the Knicks only won that game by seven points, 107-100.

Since the start of the 1986 season, the single-season record for games played is 41. Kemba Walker, Shabazz Napier & Co. set the record after UConn won the Big East Tournament and NCAA tournament in 2011, then five Michigan players tied that mark in 2018 after the Wolverines made the national championship game.

Who is the highest scoring NCAA basketball player of all time?

Maravich, a guard from LSU, not only owns the three highest single season averages in Division I history, but also the highest career total. Remarkably, he scored 3,667 points (over 400 more than the next closest player) in a mere 83 games. His record is considered nearly unbreakable.