Single-Game Scoring Record Holders for U.S. Professional Basketball Franchises

Professional Basketball League of America (Oct. 24 to Nov. 13, 1947)
National Professional Basketball League (1950-51)

P.B.L.A.
Atlanta Crackers
   21 pts. Colby Gunther Atlanta Crackers v. Oklahoma City Drillers, at Wichita, Oct. 24, 1947
   30 pts. Colby Gunther Atlanta Crackers 60-34 St. Joseph Outlaws, at Salina, Oct. 30, 1947
Birmingham Skyhawks
   11 pts. Al Grenert Birmingham Skyhawks 51-42 New Orleans Hurricanes, Oct. 30, 1947
   11 pts. Fred Lewis Birmingham Skyhawks 51-42 New Orleans Hurricanes, Oct. 30, 1947
   11 pts. Elmore Morgehnthaler Birmingham Skyhawks 51-42 New Orleans Hurricanes, Oct. 30, 1947
   11 pts. Len Rader Birmingham Skyhawks 51-42 New Orleans Hurricanes, Oct. 30, 1947
   11 pts. Len Rader Birmingham Skyhawks 48-89 at Atlanta Crackers, Nov. 4, 1947
   19 pts. Elmore Morgenthaler Birmingham Skyhawks v. Springfield Squires, Nov. 5, 1947
   25 pts. Elmore Morgenthaler Birmingham Skyhawks 72-51 Springfield Squires, Nov. 8, 1947
Chattanooga Majors
   12 pts. Leroy Carlton Chattanooga Majors 57-75 New Orleans Hurricanes, Oct. 31, 1947
   14 pts. Tony Kelly Chattanooga Majors v. Springfield Squires, Nov. 4, 1947
   17 pts. Jules Kasner Chattanooga Majors 53-51 Birmingham Skyhawks, Nov. 7, 1947
   18 pts. Jules Kasner Chattanooga Majors 48-46 Atlanta Crackers, Nov. 12, 1947
Chicago Gears
   17 pts. George Mikan Chicago Gears 59-49 at St. Paul Saints, Oct. 31, 1947
   24 pts. Bobby McDermott Chicago Gears at Waterloo Pro-Hawks, Nov. 1, 1947
   26 pts. George Mikan Chicago Gears 74-54 at Omaha Tomahawks, Nov. 3, 1947 1,000
   31 pts. George Mikan Chicago Gears 97-65 New Orleans Hurricanes, at International Amphitheater, Nov. 7, 1947 2,477
Grand Rapids Rangers
    9 pts. Stan Szukala Grand Rapids Rangers 34-35 Oklahoma City Drillers, Oct. 27, 1947
   17 pts. George Ratkovicz Grand Rapids Rangers 54-43 Louisville Colonels, Nov. 4, 1947
   25 pts. George Ratkovicz Grand Rapids Rangers 67-62 New Orleans Hurricanes, Nov. 8, 1947
Houston Mavericks
   12 pts. Frank Carswell Houston Mavericks v. Oklahoma City Drillers, Nov. 1, 1947
   20 pts. Bill Henry Houston Mavericks 65-54 St. Joseph Outlaws, Nov. 5, 1947
Kansas City Blues
    9 pts. Bobby O'Brien Kansas City Blues 38-48 Atlanta Crackers, at Wichita, Oct. 28, 1947
   13 pts. Al Mazza Kansas City Blues 38-46 Tulsa Rangers, Oct. 31, 1947
   15 pts. Bobby O'Brien Kansas City Blues 58-62 Grand Rapids Rangers, Nov. 10, 1947
   18 pts. Bobby O'Brien Kansas City Blues 55-59O.T. at Birmingham Skyhawks, Nov. 12, 1947
Louisville Colonels
   11 pts. Virgil Vaughn Louisville Colonels 36-57 at Springfield Squires, Oct. 30, 1947
   11 pts. Dale Morey Louisville Colonels 36-57 at Springfield Squires, Oct. 30, 1947
   15 pts. Ed Kupper Louisville Colonels v. New Orleans Hurricanes, Nov. 1, 1947
   17 pts. Bucky Schuler Louisville Colonels 57-49 Grand Rapids Rangers, Nov. 6, 1947
   22 pts. Stan Waxman Louisville Colonels 56-65 Chicago Gears, Nov. 12, 1947
New Orleans Hurricanes
   13 pts. Al Ingerman New Orleans Hurricanes 42-51 at Birmingham Skyhawks, Oct. 30, 1947
   29 pts. Paul Seymour New Orleans Hurricanes 75-57 Chattanooga Majors, Oct. 31, 1947
Oklahoma City Drillers
   14 pts. Lonnie Eggleston Oklahoma City Drillers v. Atlanta Crackers, at Wichita, Oct. 24, 1947
   14 pts. Lonnie Eggleston Oklahoma City Drillers 53-60 St. Paul Saints, Nov. 8, 1947
Omaha Tomahawks (“Omahawks”)
   12 pts. Ralph Langer Omaha Tomahawks 41-46 Tulsa Ranchers, Oct. 28, 1947
   14 pts. Bob Webster Omaha Tomahawks 55-74 Chicago Gears, Nov. 3, 1947
   15 pts. Ralph Langer Omaha Tomahawks 48-60 Louisville Colonels, at Chicago, Nov. 7, 1947 2,477
   20 pts. Fred Grann Omaha Tomahawks 63-61 at Waterloo Pro-Hawks, Nov. 10, 1947
St. Joseph Outlaws
   14 pts. Tom Meyer St. Joseph Outlaws v. Tulsa Rangers, Oct. 29, 1947
   14 pts. Don Fitz St. Joseph Outlaws 66-80 Chicago Gears, Nov. 2, 1947
   21 pts. Tom Meyer St. Joseph Outlaws 54-65 at Houston Mavericks, Nov. 5, 1947
St. Paul Saints
   14 pts. Bruce Hale St. Paul Saints 55-49O.T. at Waterloo Pro-Hawks, Oct. 27, 1947
   17 pts. Bruce Hale St. Paul Saints 49-59 Chicago Gears, Oct. 31, 1947
   25 pts. Bruce Hale St. Paul Saints 57-42 at Springfield Squires, Nov. 3, 1947
Springfield Squires
   17 pts. Darrel Lorrance Springfield Squires 57-36 Louisville Colonels, Oct. 30, 1947
   25 pts. Billy Joe Hanks Springfield Squires v. Birmingham Skyhawks, Nov. 5, 1967
Tulsa Ranchers
   14 pts. Jim Gibbs Tulsa Ranchers 36-43 Atlanta Crackers, at Hutchinson, Oct. 27, 1947
   17 pts. Jim Gibbs Tulsa Ranchers 46-41 at Omaha Tomahawks, Oct. 28, 1947
   19 pts. Jim Gibbs Tulsa Ranchers at New Orleans Hurricanes, Nov. 11, 1947
Waterloo Pro-Hawks
   13 pts. Noble Jorgensen Waterloo Pro-Hawks 49-55O.T. St. Paul Saints, Oct. 27, 1947
   14 pts. Noble Jorgensen Waterloo Pro-Hawks 53-48 New Orleans Hurricanes, Nov. 3, 1947
   14 pts. Price Brookfield Waterloo Pro-Hawks 53-48 New Orleans Hurricanes, Nov. 3, 1947
   15 pts. Noble Jorgensen Waterloo Pro-Hawks 61-63 Omaha Tomahawks, Nov. 10, 1947

 

N.P.B.L.
Anderson Packers
   16 pts. Leo Klier Anderson Packers 83-67 St. Paul Lights, Nov. 4, 1950
   20 pts. Dick Dickey Anderson Packers 82-65 at Kansas City Hi-Spots, Nov. 12, 1950
   20 pts. Milo Komenich Anderson Packers 82-65 at Kansas City Hi-Spots, Nov. 12, 1950
   20 pts. Al Madsen Anderson Packers 82-84 at Waterloo Hawks, Nov. 15, 1950
   28 pts. Bob Kinney Anderson Packers 73-81 at Louisville Alumnites, Nov. 19, 1950
   28 pts. Chuck Mrazovich Anderson Packers 104-91 Sheboygan Redskins, Jan. 25, 1951
Denver Refiners
   19 pts. Milt Schoon Denver Refiners 71-64 at Grand Rapids Hornets, Nov. 12, 1950
   25 pts. Bobby Brown Denver Refiners 73-72 Grand Rapids Hornets, Nov. 14, 1950
   25 pts. Ed Dahler Denver Refiners 88-82 Waterloo Hawks, Dec. 15, 1950
   25 pts. Glen Selbo Denver Refiners 56-72 at Anderson Packers, Dec. 30, 1950
   64 pts. Milt Schoon Denver Refiners 99-72 Kansas City Hi-Spots, Jan 21, 1951`
Evansville Agogans
   21 pts. John Bruce Evansville Agogans 74-100 Anderson Packers, Feb. 11, 1951
   24 pts. Ollie Schoaff Evansville Agogans 77-102 at Sheboygan Redskins, Feb. 25, 1951
Grand Rapids Hornets
   22 pts. Elmore Morgenthaler Grand Rapids Hornets 66-70 Kansaas City Hi-Spots, Nov. 9, 1950
   22 pts. Bobby McDermott Grand Rapids Hornets 72-73 Denver Refiners, Nov. 14, 1950
   27 pts. Elmore Morgenthaler Grand Rapids Hornets 76-68 Anderson Packers, Nov. 16, 1950
   32 pts. Elmore Morgenthaler Grand Rapids Hornets 83-86 Waterloo Hawks, Nov. 21, 1950
Kansas City Hi-Spots
   17 pts. Paul Cloyd Kansas City Hi-Spots 84-82 Waterloo Hawks, Nov. 5, 1950
   18 pts. Joe Graboski Kansas City Hi-Spots 61-82 Anderson Packers, Nov. 12, 1950
   20 pts. Joe Graboski Kansas City Hi-Spots 64-66 Louisville Alumnites, Nov. 17, 1950
   20 pts. Paul Cloyd Kansas City Hi-Spots 69-84 Sheboygan Redskins, Nov. 19, 1950
   23 pts. Joe Graboski Kansas City Hi-Spots 77-81 at Denver Refiners, Nov. 23, 1950
   29 pts. Jerry Fowler Kansas City Hi-Spots 73-128 at Waterloo Hawks, Jan. 14, 1951
   30 pts. Hal Hutchinson Kansas City Hi-Spots 72-99 at Denver Refiners, Jan. 21, 1951
Louisville Alumnites
   12 pts. Ken Rollins Louisville Alumnites 48-60 at St. Paul Lights, Nov. 1, 1950
   17 pts. Dee Gibson Louisville Alumnites 80-86 at Sheboygan Redskins, Nov. 2, 1950
   17 pts. Odie Spears Louisville Alumnites 80-86 at Sheboygan Redskins, Nov. 2, 1950
   23 pts. Don Ray Louisville Alumnites 70-63 Sheboygan Redskins, Nov. 8, 1950
   24 pts. Don Ray Louisville Alumnites 90-87O.T. Kansas City Hi-Spots, Nov. 29, 1950
   30 pts. Odie Spears Louisville Alumnites 93-81 at Sheboygan Redskins, Dec. 3, 1950
St. Paul Lights
   11 pts. Hal Haskins St. Paul Lights 60-48 Louisville Alumnites, Nov. 1, 1950
   11 pts. Stan Miasek St. Paul Lights 60-48 Louisville Alumnites, Nov. 1, 1950,
   14 pts. Joe Nelson St. Paul Lights 67-83 at Anderson Packers, Nov. 4, 1950
   23 pts. Stan Miasek St. Paul Lights 86-78 at Louisville Alumnites, Nov. 5, 1950
   23 pts. Hal Haskins St. Paul Lights 88-82 Sheboygan Redskins, Nov. 21, 1950
   24 pts. Wally Osterkorn St. Paul Lights 79-86 at Grand Rapids Hornets, Nov. 23, 1950
Sheboygan Redskins
   37 pts. Bob Brannum Sheboygan Redskins 86-80 Louisville Alumnites, Nov. 2, 1950
   45 pts. Bob Brannum Sheboygan Redskins 132-36 Kansas City Hi-Spots, Dec. 28, 1950
Waterloo Hawks
   16 pts. Wayne See Waterloo Hawks 82-84 at Kansas City Hi-Spots, Nov. 5, 1950
   22 pts. Don Boven Waterloo Hawks 67-65O.T. Louisville Alumnites, Nov. 12, 1950
   22 pts. Stan Weber Waterloo Hawks 74-75 St. Paul Lights, Nov. 19, 1950
   24 pts. Leo Kubiak Waterloo Hawks 96-86 at Sheboygan Redskins, Nov. 23, 1950
   25 pts. Don Boven Waterloo Hawks 91-101 at Louisville Alumnites, Dec. 24, 1950
   28 pts. Murray Wier Waterloo Hawks 101-82 Sheboygan Redskins, Feb. 3, 1951
   30 pts. Ralph O'Brien Waterloo Hawks v. Anderson Packers, Feb. 5, 1951

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