NBA Decade
NBA Decade: The '90s index
Despite playing only seven full seasons in the 1990's, Michael Jordan posted six of the top 10 best single-season scoring averages. Jordan's 33.6 ppg in 1989-90 was the highest mark of the decade. His "Airness" averaged over 30 ppg in five different seasons, with Utah's Karl Malone being the only other player to average over 30 points for a full season (the Mailman averaged 31.0 ppg in 1989-90).

PlayerTeamSeasonPPG
Michael JordanChicago89-9033.6
Michael JordanChicago92-9332.6
Michael JordanChicago90-9131.5
Karl MaloneUtah89-9031.0
Michael JordanChicago95-9630.4

Despite playing only seven full seasons in the 1990's, Michael Jordan posted six of the top 10 best single-season scoring averages. Jordan's 33.6 ppg in 1989-90 was the highest mark of the decade. His "Airness" averaged over 30 ppg in five different seasons, with Utah's Karl Malone being the only other player to average over 30 points for a full season (the Mailman averaged 31.0 ppg in 1989-90).

PlayerTeamSeasonPPG
Michael JordanChicago89-9033.6
Michael JordanChicago92-9332.6
Michael JordanChicago90-9131.5
Karl MaloneUtah89-9031.0
Michael JordanChicago95-9630.4
Michael JordanChicago91-9230.1
Michael JordanChicago89-9033.6
Dominique WilkinsAtlanta92-9329.9
David RobinsonSan Antonio93-9429.8
Michael JordanChicago96-9729.6
Shaquille O'NealOrlando94-9529.3
Shaquille O'NealOrlando93-9429.3