Players who have lead their team in ppg, rpg, and apg...
LeBron James 12-13
LeBron James 11-12 (Also led in spg)
LeBron James 08-09 (Also led in spg)
Pau Gasol (Also led in bpg) - Damon Stoudemire only played 27 games
Kevin Garnett 04-05 (Also led in spg)
Kevin Garnett 02-03 (Also led in spg and bpg)
Chris Webber 02-03
Grant Hill 98-99
Grant Hill 96-97 (Also led in spg)
Grant Hill 95-96 (Also led in spg)
Scottie Pippen 94-95 (Also led in spg and bpg) - Until MJ came back
Larry Bird 85-86 (Also led in spg)
Michael Jordan 84-85 (Also led in spg)
Bill Walton 77-78 (Also led in bpg)
Wilt Chamberlain 67-68
Wilt Chamberlain 66-67
Wilt Chamberlain 65-66
Elgin Baylor 60-61
Elgin Baylor 58-59
Maurice Stokes 55-56
99% sure Wilt would've led bpg if they tracked it.
Last edited by RoundMoundOfReb : 04-11-2013 at 05:58 PM.
Re: Has a player ever lead his team in ppg, rpg, and apg?
Not to play the what-if game, but David Robinson led his team in just about every major statistical category except rebounding in 1994. Robinson was 14th in the league in rebounds that year yet it wasn't good enough to lead his own team because, well, his teammate Dennis Rodman averaged 17.3 boards a night that year.
Otherwise, Robinson led his team (and the league) in scoring, while also posting team highs for steals per game, blocks per game, and assists per game.