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Basketball Bundesliga Top Scorer

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Basketball Bundesliga awards, honours, and stats leaders
Individual awards

The Basketball Bundesliga Top Scorer award for the highest scorer of each season of the Basketball Bundesliga (BBL). In basketball, points are the sum of the score accumulated through free throws or field goals. The Basketball Bundesliga's scoring title is awarded to the player with the highest points per game average in a given season.

Prior to the 1990–91 season, the league's Top Scorer was the player that scored the most total points in the league during the season. Since the 1990–91 season, the league's Top Scorer is the player with the highest scoring average per game during the season.

Leaders by total points scored[edit]

Terry Schofield was the German League's Top Scorer, in 1974.

Note: Flags indicate national team eligibility at FIBA sanctioned events. Players may hold other non-FIBA nationality not displayed.

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Season Player Nationality Club Total Points Scored Ref.
By Total Points Scored (1966–67 to 1989–90)
1966–67 Dieter Sarodnick  West Germany Post-SV Hannover 447 [2]
1967–68 Dieter Sarodnick (2×)  West Germany Post-SV Hannover 465
1968–69 Volkmar Knopke  West Germany MTV Wolfenbüttel 423
1969–70 Volkmar Knopke (2×)  West Germany MTV Wolfenbüttel 479
1970–71 Bohumil Tomášek  Czechoslovakia SSV Hagen 507
1971–72 Jim Wade  United States Bamberg 485
1972–73 John Ecker  West Germany TuS 04 Leverkusen 504
1973–74 Terry Schofield  United States ASC 1846 Göttingen 335
1974–75 Dennis Curran  United States MTV 1846 Gießen 574
1975–76 "Pinky" Smith  United States SSV Hagen 485
1976–77 Ljubodrag Simonović  Yugoslavia Bamberg 544
1977–78 Rainer Frontzek  West Germany USC Heidelberg 818
1978–79 Hans DeWitt  United States MTV Wolfenbüttel 725
1979–80 John Britton  United States Eintracht Frankfurt 721
1980–81 Lou Hardy  United States BG DEK/Fichte Hagen 633
1981–82 Michael Pappert  West Germany BSC Saturn Köln 661
1982–83 Georg Kämpf  West Germany USC Bayreuth 614
1983–84 Eugene Richardson  United States SSV Hagen 685
1984–85 Mike Jackel  West Germany ASC 1846 Göttingen 625
1985–86 Brent Timm  United States SSV Hagen 803
1986–87 Mike Jackel (2×)  West Germany BSC Saturn Köln 524
1987–88 André Hills  United States BSG Basket Ludwigsburg 554
1988–89 Keith Gray  United States TSV Hagen 1860 541
1989–90 Rimas Kurtinaitis  Soviet Union SSV Hagen 638 [3]

Leaders by points per game[edit]

Dirk Nowitzki was the German League's Top Scorer, in 1999.
Chris Copeland was the German League's Top Scorer, in 2010.

Note: Flags indicate national team eligibility at FIBA sanctioned events. Players may hold other non-FIBA nationality not displayed.

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Season Player Nationality Club PPG Ref.
By Scoring Average (1990–91 to present)
1990–91 Greg Wendt  United States TuS Bramsche 36.3 [5]
1991–92 Greg Wendt (2×)  United States TuS Bramsche 30.6
1992–93 Greg Wendt (3×)  United States TuS Bramsche 25.6
1993–94 Sergei Babkov  Russia TBB Trier 24.1
1994–95 Bernard Thompson  United States TBB Trier 23.9
1995–96 Tony Dawson  United States TSV 04 Leverkusen 28.6
1996–97 Donald Williams  United States Hertener Löwen 25.3
1997–98 Keith Gatlin  United States Gießen 46ers 23.3
1998–99 Dirk Nowitzki  Germany DJK Würzburg 22.5 [6]
1999–00 Tyron McCoy  United States TV 1860 Lich 23.1
2000–01 John Best  United States Bayer Giants Leverkusen 22.9
2001–02 DeJuan Collins  United States SV 03 Tübingen 24.0
2002–03 BJ McKie  United States Gießen 46ers 25.0
2003–04 BJ McKie (2×)  United States TBB Trier 22.1
2004–05 Narcisse Ewodo  France BG Karlsruhe 21.0
2005–06 Andrew Wisniewski  United States Baskets Bonn 20.6
2006–07 Derrick Allen  United States Paderborn Baskets 16.5
2007–08 Timothy Black  United States Paderborn Baskets 21.3
2008–09 Omari Westley  United States Giants Nördlingen 15.9
2009–10 Chris Copeland  United States TBB Trier 16.9
2010–11 DaShaun Wood  United States Deutsche Bank Skyliners 18.9
2011–12 Bobby Brown  United States EWE Baskets Oldenburg 16.9
2012–13 Davin White  United States Phoenix Hagen 17.1
2013–14 Darius Adams  Bulgaria Eisbären Bremerhaven 18.0
2014–15 D. J. Kennedy  United States MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg 18.0
2015–16 Kyle Fogg  United States Eisbären Bremerhaven 18.2 [7]
2016–17 Raymar Morgan  United States ratiopharm Ulm 17.7 [8]
2017–18 Philip Scrubb  Canada Fraport Skyliners 18.3 [9]

Awards won by nationality[edit]

Country Total
 United States 34
 West Germany /  Germany 11
 Czechoslovakia 1
 Yugoslavia 1
 Soviet Union 1
 Russia 1
 France 1
 Bulgaria 1
 Canada 1

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