2018–19 NBA 시즌 - 2018–19 NBA season

2018–19 NBA 시즌
리그 전국 농구 협회
스포츠 농구
지속 2018 년 10 월 16 일 ~ 2019 년
4 월 10 일 2019 년 4 월 13 일 ~ 5 월 25 일 (플레이 오프) 2019 년
5 월 30 일 ~ 6 월 13 일 (결승전)
게임 수 82
팀 수 30
TV 파트너 ABC , TNT , ESPN , NBA TV
초안
최고 초안 선택 데 안드레에 이튼
선정자 피닉스 선즈
정규 시즌
탑 시드 밀워키 벅스
시즌 MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo ( 밀워키 )
최고 득점자 제임스하든 ( 휴스턴 )
플레이 오프
동부 챔피언 토론토 랩터스
동부 준우승 밀워키 벅스
서부 챔피언 골든 스테이트 워리어스
서양 준우승 포틀랜드 트레일 블레이저
결승
챔피언 토론토 랩터스
준우승 골든 스테이트 워리어스
결승 MVP Kawhi Leonard ( 토론토 )
NBA 시즌

2018-19 NBA 시즌 의 73 시즌이었다 전국 농구 협회 (NBA). 정규 시즌은 2018 년 10 월 16 일에 시작되어 2019 년 4 월 10 일에 끝났습니다. 2019 NBA 올스타 게임 은 2019 년 2 월 17 일 노스 캐롤라이나 주 샬럿스펙트럼 센터 에서 열렸 습니다 . 플레이 오프는 2019년 4월 13일에 시작되었다 [1] 과 6 월 13 일에 종료 토론토 랩터스 디펜딩 NBA 챔피언 물리 치고 골든 스테이트 워리어 에서 2019 NBA 파이널을 구단 역사상 처음으로 NBA 챔피언이되고. 이번 시즌은2009-10 NBA 시즌이 있는 르브론 제임스는 파이널 모습을하지 않았다. 이것은 또한 Dirk NowitzkiDwyane Wade 의 마지막 시즌이 될 것 입니다.

업무

퇴직

  • 2018 년 5 월 10 일 Nick Collison 은 NBA 은퇴를 발표했습니다. Collison은 Seattle SuperSonics / Oklahoma City Thunder 프랜차이즈로 15 시즌을 모두 뛰었습니다 . [2]
  • 2018 년 5 월 25 일, 7 개 팀을 위해 NBA에서 13 시즌을 보낸 후 Mo Williams 는 NBA에서 은퇴를 선언하여 Cal State Northridge 에서 조수 코치 직을 맡았습니다 . [삼]
  • 2018 년 7 월 17 일, NBA에서 4 개 팀을 위해 9 시즌을 Roy Hibbert 는 NBA 은퇴를 발표했습니다. [4]
  • 2018 년 8 월 27 일, Manu Ginóbili 는 NBA 은퇴를 발표했습니다. Ginóbili는 San Antonio Spurs 프랜차이즈로 16 번의 NBA 시즌을 모두 뛰었고 4 번의 우승을 차지했습니다. [5]
  • 2018 년 8 월 30 일, 4 개 팀을 위해 NBA에서 15 시즌을 뛴 데이비드 웨스트 는 NBA 은퇴를 발표했습니다. [6] [7]
  • 2018 년 9 월 6 일 보리스 디아우 는 농구 은퇴를 발표했습니다. Diaw는 NBA에서 14 년을 보냈으며 2014 년 San Antonio Spurs에서 NBA 챔피언이었습니다. [8]
  • 2018 년 10 월 13 일 NBA에서 8 개 팀을 위해 17 시즌을 뛴 후 Richard Jefferson 은 NBA에서 은퇴를 발표했습니다. [9]
  • 2019 년 3 월 23 일, 5 개 팀의 NBA에서 14 시즌을 알 제퍼슨Big3 에 합류하기로 계약을 체결 한 후 NBA에서 은퇴를 선언했습니다 . [10]

자유 계약

자유 계약 협상은 7 월 1 일에 시작되었습니다. 선수들은 7 월 모라토리엄이 끝난 후 7 월 6 일부터 계약을 시작했습니다 . LeBron James와 Los Angeles Lakers 와의 4 년 계약 1 억 5500 만 달러 는 James가 지난 4 시즌을 그의 고향 인 Cleveland Cavaliers에서 두 번째로 보낸 2014 년 이후 오프 시즌의 가장 큰 FA 뉴스였습니다.

코칭 변경

코칭 변경
비수기
2017–18 시즌 2018–19 시즌
애틀랜타 호크스 마이크 부덴 홀저 로이드 피어스
샬롯 호네츠 스티브 클리포드 제임스 보 레고
디트로이트 피스톤스 스탠 반 건디 드와 네 케이시
밀워키 벅스 Joe Prunty (임시) 마이크 부덴 홀저
뉴욕 닉스 Jeff Hornacek 데이비드 피즈 데일
올랜도 매직 프랭크 보겔 스티브 클리포드
피닉스 선즈 Jay Triano (임시) 이고르 코코 스코프
토론토 랩터스 드와 네 케이시 닉 간호사
시즌 중
나가는 코치 들어오는 코치
시카고 불스 프레드 호이버그 짐 보일 런
클리블랜드 캐벌리어스 Tyronn Lue 래리 드류
미네소타 팀버울브스 톰 티보도 Ryan Saunders (임시)

비수기

시즌 중

프리 시즌

프리 시즌은 9 월 28 일에 시작하여 10 월 12 일에 끝났습니다. [1]

국제 게임

토론토 랩터스는 캐나다에서 두 시즌에 플레이 한 게임 다음에 대한 첫 포틀랜드 트레일 블레이저스 상기 로저스 아레나 에서 밴쿠버를 9 월 29 일, 그리고 두 번째와 브루클린 네츠 에서 몬트리올 상기 벨 센터 10월 (10)에 [31]

댈러스 매버릭스필라델피아 세븐티식서스는 에, 중국에서 두 시즌 전 게임을 상해 10월 5과에서 심천 10월 8 일 [32]

정규 시즌

정규 시즌은 2018 년 10 월 16 일에 시작하여 2019 년 4 월 10 일에 끝났습니다. 전체 일정은 2018 년 8 월 10 일에 공개되었습니다. [33]

회의 별

메모

  • z – 전체 플레이 오프에 대한 확실한 홈 코트 이점
  • c – 컨퍼런스 플레이 오프를위한 클린치 홈 코트 이점
  • y – 클린치 디비전 타이틀
  • x – 클린치 플레이 오프 지점
  • * – 디비전 리더

국제 게임

2018 년 6 월 20 일 NBA는 워싱턴 위저즈2019 년 1 월 17 일 영국 런던 의 O2 아레나 에서 뉴욕 닉스대결 할 것이라고 발표했습니다. [34]

2018년 8월 7일에서 NBA가 발표 올랜도 매직이 두 게임을 것이다 멕시코 시티 아레나 에서 멕시코 시티 . 그들은 2018 년 12 월 13 일에 Chicago Bulls 와 경기를했고 , 2018 년 12 월 15 일에 Utah Jazz 와 경기를했습니다. [35]

플레이 오프

2019 년 NBA 플레이 오프는 4 월 13 일에 시작되어 5 월 30 일에 시작하여 6 월 13 일에 끝난 NBA 파이널로 끝났습니다.

까치발

첫 번째 라운드 컨퍼런스 준결승 컨퍼런스 결승 NBA 결승
E1 밀워키 * 4
E8 디트로이트 0
E1 밀워키 * 4
E4 보스턴 1
E4 보스턴 4
E5 인디애나 0
E1 밀워키 * 2
동부 컨퍼런스
E2 토론토 * 4
E3 필라델피아 4
E6 브루클린 1
E3 필라델피아
E2 토론토 * 4
E2 토론토 * 4
E7 올랜도 * 1
E2 토론토 * 4
W1 골든 스테이트 * 2
W1 골든 스테이트 * 4
W8 LA 클리퍼스 2
W1 골든 스테이트 * 4
W4 휴스턴 * 2
W4 휴스턴 * 4
W5 유타 1
W1 골든 스테이트 * 4
웨스턴 컨퍼런스
W3 포틀랜드 0
W3 포틀랜드 4
W6 오클라호마 시티 1
W3 포틀랜드 4
W2 덴버 *
W2 덴버 * 4
W7 샌 안토니오

* 디비전 우승자
Bold Series 우승자
Italic Team with home-court Advantage


통계

개별 통계 리더

범주 플레이어 통계량
게임당 포인트 제임스하든 휴스턴 로켓츠 36.1
경기당 리바운드 안드레 드럼 몬드 디트로이트 피스톤스 15.6
경기당 어시스트 러셀 웨스트 브룩 오클라호마 시티 썬더 10.7
게임당 스틸 폴 조지 오클라호마 시티 썬더 2.21
게임당 블록 마일스 터너 인디애나 페이서스 2.69
게임당 매출 제임스하든 휴스턴 로켓츠 5.0
경기당 파울 자렌 잭슨 주니어 멤피스 그리즐리스 3.8
칼 앤소니 타운 미네소타 팀버울브스
경기당 분 브래들리 빌 워싱턴 위저즈 36.9
폴 조지 오클라호마 시티 썬더
FG % 루디 고 버트 유타 재즈 66.9 %
FT % 말콤 브로그 던 밀워키 벅스 92.8 %
3FG % 조 해리스 브루클린 네츠 47.4 %
게임당 효율성 지아 니스 안테 토코 운포 밀워키 벅스 30.9
더블 더블 안드레 드럼 몬드 디트로이트 피스톤스 69
트리플 더블 러셀 웨스트 브룩 오클라호마 시티 썬더 34

개별 게임 최고

범주 플레이어 통계량
포인트들 제임스하든 휴스턴 로켓츠 61
리바운드 칼 안토니 타운 미네소타 팀버울브스 27
어시스트 러셀 웨스트 브룩 오클라호마 시티 썬더 24
도둑질 카이리 어빙 보스턴 셀틱스 8
블록 하산 화이트 사이드 마이애미 히트 9
미첼 로빈슨 뉴욕 닉스
3 점 클레이 톰슨 골든 스테이트 워리어스 14

팀 통계 리더

범주 통계량
게임당 포인트 밀워키 벅스 118.1
경기당 리바운드 밀워키 벅스 49.7
경기당 어시스트 골든 스테이트 워리어스 29.4
게임당 스틸 오클라호마 시티 썬더 9.3
게임당 블록 골든 스테이트 워리어스 6.4
게임당 매출 애틀랜타 호크스 16.6
FG % 골든 스테이트 워리어스 49.1 %
FT % 샌 안토니오 스퍼스 81.9 %
3FG % 샌 안토니오 스퍼스 39.2 %
+/− 밀워키 벅스 +8.8

수상

연간 상

시상식은 6 월 24 일 열린 NBA 시상식에서 시상되었습니다. 투표 된 시상식의 결선 진출자는 플레이 오프에서 발표되었고 우승자는 시상식에서 발표되었습니다. ALL-NBA 팀은 팀이 준비 시즌 오프하기 위해 필요한 모든 정보를하기 위해 사전에 발표되었다.

2018–19 NBA 어워드
장학금 수신자 결선 진출 자 [36]
가장 가치있는 선수 Giannis Antetokounmpo (밀워키 벅스) 폴 조지 (오클라호마 시티 썬더)
제임스하든 (휴스턴 로켓츠)
올해의 수비 선수 루디 고 버트 (유타 재즈) 지아 니스 안테 토 쿤포 (밀워키 벅스)
폴 조지 (오클라호마 시티 썬더)
올해의 신인 루카 돈 치치 (댈러스 매버릭스) Deandre Ayton (Phoenix Suns)
Trae Young (Atlanta Hawks)
올해의 여섯 번째 남자 루 윌리엄스 (로스 앤젤레스 클리퍼스) Montrezl Harrell (로스 앤젤레스 클리퍼스)
Domantas Sabonis (Indiana Pacers)
가장 향상된 선수 Pascal Siakam (토론토 랩터스) De'Aaron Fox (새크라멘토 킹스)
D' Angelo Russell (Brooklyn Nets)
올해의 코치 Mike Budenholzer (밀워키 벅스) 마이클 말론 (덴버 너기츠)
닥 리버스 (로스 앤젤레스 클리퍼스)
올해의 경영진 존 호스트 (밀워키 벅스)
NBA 스포츠맨십 상 Mike Conley Jr. (멤피스 그리즐리스)
J. Walter Kennedy 시민권 상 데미안 릴라드 (포틀랜드 트레일 블레이저)
Twyman–Stokes 올해의 팀 메이트 상 Mike Conley Jr. (멤피스 그리즐리스)
커뮤니티 지원 상 Bradley Beal (워싱턴 위저즈)

금주의 선수

다음 선수들은 이번 주 동부 및 서부 컨퍼런스 선수로 선정되었습니다.

동부 컨퍼런스 웨스턴 컨퍼런스 Ref
10 월 16 ~ 21 일 켐바 워커 (샬롯 호네츠)(1/2) 니콜라 요 키치 (덴버 너기츠)(1/3) [40] [41]
10 월 22 일 ~ 28 일 지아 니스 안테 토코 운포 (밀워키 벅스)(1/6) 스티븐 커리 (골든 스테이트 워리어스)(1/2) [42] [43]
10 월 29 일 – 11 월 4 일 Victor Oladipo (Indiana Pacers) (1/1) Russell Westbrook (Oklahoma City Thunder) (1/2) [44]
November 5–11 Pascal Siakam (Toronto Raptors) (1/1) C. J. McCollum (Portland Trail Blazers) (1/1) [45][46]
November 12–18 Nikola Vučević (Orlando Magic) (1/1) Anthony Davis (New Orleans Pelicans) (1/1) [47][48]
November 19–25 Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks) (2/6) Tobias Harris (Los Angeles Clippers) (1/1) [49][50]
November 26 – December 2 Kawhi Leonard (Toronto Raptors) (1/2) Paul Millsap (Denver Nuggets) (1/1) [51][52]
December 3–9 Bradley Beal (Washington Wizards) (1/2) Stephen Curry (Golden State Warriors) (2/2) [53][54]
December 10–16 Thaddeus Young (Indiana Pacers) (1/1) James Harden (Houston Rockets) (1/4) [55][56]
December 17–23 Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks) (3/6) Paul George (Oklahoma City Thunder) (1/3) [57]
December 24–30 Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks) (4/6) James Harden (Houston Rockets) (2/4) [58][59]
December 31 – January 6 Joel Embiid (Philadelphia 76ers) (1/1) Nikola Jokić (Denver Nuggets) (2/3) [60][61]
January 7–13 Kawhi Leonard (Toronto Raptors) (2/2) Donovan Mitchell (Utah Jazz) (1/2) [62][63]
January 14–20 D'Angelo Russell (Brooklyn Nets) (1/1) James Harden (Houston Rockets) (3/4) [64][65]
January 21–27 Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks) (5/6) Paul George (Oklahoma City Thunder) (2/3) [66]
January 28 – February 3 Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks) (6/6) Nikola Jokić (Denver Nuggets) (3/3) [67][68]
February 4–10 Bojan Bogdanović (Indiana Pacers) (1/1) Paul George (Oklahoma City Thunder) (3/3) [69]
February 25 – March 3 Ben Simmons (Philadelphia 76ers) (1/1) Donovan Mitchell (Utah Jazz) (2/2) [70][71]
March 4–10 Andre Drummond (Detroit Pistons) (1/2) Mike Conley Jr. (Memphis Grizzlies) (1/1) [72][73]
March 11–17 Bradley Beal (Washington Wizards) (2/2) Rudy Gobert (Utah Jazz) (1/1) [74][75]
March 18–24 Trae Young (Atlanta Hawks) (1/1) James Harden (Houston Rockets) (4/4) [76][77]
March 25–31 Andre Drummond (Detroit Pistons) (2/2) Damian Lillard (Portland Trail Blazers) (1/1) [78][79]
April 1–7 Kemba Walker (Charlotte Hornets) (2/2) Russell Westbrook (Oklahoma City Thunder) (2/2) [80]

Players of the Month

The following players were named the Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Month.

Month Eastern Conference Western Conference Ref
October/November Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks) (1/4) Tobias Harris (Los Angeles Clippers) (1/1) [81][82]
December Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks) (2/4) James Harden (Houston Rockets) (1/3) [83][84]
January Joel Embiid (Philadelphia 76ers) (1/1) James Harden (Houston Rockets) (2/3) [85][86]
February Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks) (3/4) Paul George (Oklahoma City Thunder) (1/1) [87]
March/April Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks) (4/4) James Harden (Houston Rockets) (3/3) [88][89]

Rookies of the Month

The following players were named the Eastern and Western Conference Rookies of the Month.

Month Eastern Conference Western Conference Ref
October/November Trae Young (Atlanta Hawks) (1/4) Luka Dončić (Dallas Mavericks) (1/5) [90][91]
December Kevin Knox (New York Knicks) (1/1) Luka Dončić (Dallas Mavericks) (2/5) [92][93]
January Trae Young (Atlanta Hawks) (2/4) Luka Dončić (Dallas Mavericks) (3/5) [94][95]
February Trae Young (Atlanta Hawks) (3/4) Luka Dončić (Dallas Mavericks) (4/5) [96][97]
March/April Trae Young (Atlanta Hawks) (4/4) Luka Dončić (Dallas Mavericks) (5/5) [98][99]

Coaches of the Month

The following coaches were named the Eastern and Western Conference Coaches of the Month.

Month Eastern Conference Western Conference Ref
October/November Nick Nurse (Toronto Raptors) (1/1) Doc Rivers (Los Angeles Clippers) (1/1) [100][101]
December Nate McMillan (Indiana Pacers) (1/1) Mike D'Antoni (Houston Rockets) (1/1) [102][103]
January Mike Budenholzer (Milwaukee Bucks) (1/2) Steve Kerr (Golden State Warriors) (1/1) [104][105]
February Mike Budenholzer (Milwaukee Bucks) (2/2) Terry Stotts (Portland Trail Blazers) (1/2) [106][107]
March/April Steve Clifford (Orlando Magic) (1/1) Terry Stotts (Portland Trail Blazers) (2/2) [108][109]

Arenas

  • The Atlanta Hawks' home arena formerly known as Phillips Arena was renamed State Farm Arena on August 29, 2018, coinciding with a $192.5 million renovation to the arena.[110]
  • This was the Golden State Warriors' final season at Oracle Arena in Oakland, before moving to the new Chase Center in San Francisco. The Warriors played their final regular season game there on April 7, 2019, against the Los Angeles Clippers, the final playoff game at Oracle Arena was game 6 of the NBA Finals on June 13, 2019, in which the Warriors lost to the Toronto Raptors.[111]
  • This was the Milwaukee Bucks' first season at the new Fiserv Forum after playing at the Bradley Center from 1988 to 2018. The Bucks played their first game there on October 3, 2018, in a preseason game against the Chicago Bulls, the first regular season game there was played on October 19, 2018, against the Indiana Pacers.[112][113]
  • The Toronto Raptors' home arena formerly known as Air Canada Centre was renamed Scotiabank Arena on July 1, 2018.[114][115]

Media

This was the third year of the current nine-year contracts with ABC, ESPN, TNT, and NBA TV.[citation needed]

Uniforms

  • The NBA began allowing the players to wear any color of shoes they wish; previously, they were restricted to white, black, or the colors of their teams.[116]
  • The first "City Edition" uniforms for the 2018–19 season were unveiled on October 30, 2018,[117][118] and they were first worn on November 9, 2018.
  • A sixth jersey apparel called the "Earned Edition" was first worn on December 25, 2018. The jerseys were awarded to the teams that made the 2018 playoffs.[119][120]
  • On June 6, 2018, the Denver Nuggets unveiled their new logos and uniforms to enter the 2018–19 season.[121][122]
  • On July 25, 2018, the Charlotte Hornets unveiled their new "Classic Edition" uniform to commemorate their 30th anniversary.[123]
  • On July 31, 2018, the Los Angeles Lakers unveiled their new uniforms to enter the 2018–19 season.[124]
  • On August 2, 2018, the Memphis Grizzlies unveiled their new logos and uniforms to enter the 2018–19 season.[125]
  • On August 8, 2018, the Orlando Magic unveiled their first "Classic Edition" uniform to commemorate their 30th anniversary.[126]
  • On August 16, 2018, the Atlanta Hawks unveiled their new "Classic Edition" uniform to commemorate their 50th anniversary since moving from St. Louis to Atlanta.[127][128]
  • On August 30, 2018, the Minnesota Timberwolves unveiled their first "Classic Edition" uniform to commemorate their 30th anniversary.[129]
  • On September 20, 2018, the Utah Jazz unveiled their first "Classic Edition" uniform to commemorate their 40th anniversary.[130]
  • On October 10, 2018, the Golden State Warriors unveiled their new "Classic Edition" uniform.[131][better source needed]
  • The Indiana Pacers unveiled their new "Classic Edition" uniform.[132]
  • On April 7, 2019, the Golden State Warriors unveiled a throwback uniform to commemorate their final regular season game at the Oracle Arena.[133]

Uniform sponsorships

In April 2016, the NBA announced that teams would be permitted to sign a uniform sponsorship contract for the 2017–18 season.[134] Prior and during the 2017–18 season, 21 teams signed a uniform sponsorship contract. Before and during the 2018–19 season, the remaining nine teams signed such contracts:

Notable occurrences

  • On September 21, 2018, the NBA approved three rule changes affecting gameplay, starting with this season onward. These changes include shortening the game clock from the typical 24 seconds to 14 seconds during offensive rebounds, simplifying the clear path foul rule, and expanding the definition of a "hostile act" to invoke instant replays on certain events more easily.[144]
  • On October 29, 2018, Klay Thompson of the Golden State Warriors set three NBA records. He set the record for most three-pointers made in a game by making 14 (out of 24), surpassing the former record of 13 held by his teammate Stephen Curry. He also set the record for most three-pointers attempted in a game at 24, as well as tied Chandler Parsons' record of most three-pointers made in a half with 10.[145]
  • On November 21, 2018, Vince Carter of the Atlanta Hawks became the 22nd player in NBA history to record at least 25,000 points.[146]
  • On November 23, 2018, Brook Lopez of the Milwaukee Bucks set the record for most three-pointers attempted in a game without making one, with 12 attempts.[147]
  • On November 25, 2018, Jamal Crawford of the Phoenix Suns moved to 26th all-time in NBA regular-season games played, passing A. C. Green's total of 1,278 games in 16 seasons.
  • On November 28, 2018, Vince Carter moved to seventh all-time in NBA regular season games played. He passed Kevin Willis, who played a total of 1,424 games in 21 seasons.
  • On December 5, 2018, Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma City Thunder passed Jason Kidd for third place on the all-time career triple-double list by notching his 108th with 21 points, 15 rebounds and 17 assists.[148]
  • On December 11, 2018, San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich passed Pat Riley for fourth place on the NBA all-time coaching wins list by recording his 1,211th win.[149]
  • On December 13, 2018, Dirk Nowitzki of the Dallas Mavericks made his season debut, marking his 21st season in the league. This gave him sole possession of the record for most seasons played with one team, surpassing Kobe Bryant's 20. He also tied Robert Parish, Kevin Willis, Kevin Garnett and fellow 1998 NBA draftee and former teammate Vince Carter for the record of most seasons played in the NBA.[150]
  • On December 15, 2018, Russell Westbrook passed Kobe Bryant and moved to 30th place on the NBA all-time assists list.[151]
  • On December 15, 2018, LeBron James and Lonzo Ball of the Los Angeles Lakers both recorded triple-doubles. It was the first time that teammates had recorded triple-doubles in the same game since 2007, when Jason Kidd and Vince Carter of the New Jersey Nets did so. The last time a Lakers duo recorded it was 1982 by Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.[152]
  • On December 18, 2018, Vince Carter passed Paul Pierce on the NBA career three-pointers list with 1,145 three-pointers made.
  • On December 19, 2018, the Houston Rockets set the record for the most three-point field goals made in a game with 26, breaking the previous record of 25 set by the Cleveland Cavaliers on March 3, 2017.[153]
  • On December 29, 2018, Vince Carter became the oldest player in NBA history to score 20+ points at 41 years and 337 days old, as he scored 21 points for the Atlanta Hawks in a win against the Cleveland Cavaliers. He broke the old record held by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar at 41 years and 331 days old.[154][155]
  • On January 1, 2019, Jusuf Nurkić of the Portland Trail Blazers became the first player in NBA history to record a 20–20 on a five-on-five (20+ in any two statistical categories and at least 5 on the remaining three statistical categories). He recorded 24 points, 23 rebounds, 7 assists, 5 steals and 5 blocks in a 113–108 overtime win over the Sacramento Kings.[156]
  • On January 5, 2019, Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors passed Kyle Korver on the all-time three-point field goals made list and moved to fourth place.[157] In the same game, the Golden State Warriors (21) and the Sacramento Kings (20) recorded the most three-point field goals made in a game by both teams combined at 41. They broke the record set by the Minnesota Timberwolves (19) and the Cleveland Cavaliers (21) on February 7, 2018.[158]
  • On January 10, 2019, coach Gregg Popovich of the San Antonio Spurs became the third winningest coach in NBA history after posting a win in double overtime against the Oklahoma City Thunder, 154–147. He passed Jerry Sloan with his 1,222nd win.[159]
  • On January 11, 2019, Stephen Curry moved past Jason Terry for third place on the list of NBA all-time three-pointers made.[160]
  • On January 12, 2019, Kyle Korver of the Utah Jazz, passed Jason Terry to move to fourth place on the NBA all-time three-point field goals made list.[161]
  • On January 13, 2019, James Harden (1/17) of the Houston Rockets tied Damon Stoudamire's (5/21) NBA record for most three-point field goals missed in a game with 16.[162]
  • On January 16, 2019, the Golden State Warriors (24) and the New Orleans Pelicans (19) recorded the most three-point field goals made in a game by both teams combined at 43. They broke the record the Warriors (21) and the Sacramento Kings (20) just set 11 days prior with 41.[163]
  • On January 21, 2019, Klay Thompson tied the record for most consecutive three-point field goals made in a game at 10.[164]
  • On February 7, 2019, Vince Carter passed Jerry West for 21st on the NBA's all-time scoring list.[165]
  • On February 11, 2019, Russell Westbrook set an NBA record of recording ten straight games with a triple double which broke Wilt Chamberlain's old record of nine.[166]
  • On February 21, 2019, James Harden recorded his 32nd consecutive game of scoring 30+ points which makes it the second longest 30 or more points streak in NBA history. The streak started on December 23, 2018 and ended on February 25, 2019.[167][168]
  • On February 28, 2019, Chris Paul of the Houston Rockets moved to 10th place on the NBA's all-time steals leaders which was previously held by Karl Malone.[169]
  • On March 5, 2019, Vince Carter passed Reggie Miller for 20th place on the NBA's all-time scoring list, passed Jamal Crawford for sixth place on the NBAs all-time three point field goals made leaders, became the oldest player to shoot 7 three-pointers and broke his own record of being the oldest player to score 20+ points in a game at 42 years and 37 days old.[170][171][172]
  • On March 7, 2019, LeBron James moved past Michael Jordan for fourth place on the NBA's all-time scoring list.[173]
  • On March 8, 2019, Dirk Nowitzki moved to the third spot in the NBA all-time games played.[174]
  • On March 8, 2019, Lou Williams of the Los Angeles Clippers set an NBA record for scoring at least 30 points in a game as a reserve when he scored 40 points against the Oklahoma City Thunder. This marked the 28th time for Williams which surpassed Ricky Pierce's record at 27. He also moved to second place in career points off the bench and passed Jamal Crawford.[175]
  • On March 10, 2019, Chris Paul moved past Isiah Thomas for seventh place on the NBA's all-time assist leaders.[176]
  • On March 11, 2019, Lou Williams became the NBA's career leader in points off the bench (11,154) with 34 points in a 140–115 win over the Boston Celtics, surpassing Dell Curry (11,147).[177]
  • On March 18, 2019, Dirk Nowitzki passed Wilt Chamberlain for sixth place on the NBA's all-time scoring list.[178]
  • On March 19, 2019, James Harden became the first player in NBA history to score 30 or more points against all 29 other teams in a single season.[179]
  • On March 31, 2019, Vince Carter moved to top 5 in career NBA games played.[180]
  • On April 2, 2019, Russell Westbrook became the second player in history after Wilt Chamberlain to register a 20–20–20 game, scoring 20 points, 21 assists and 20 rebounds in a 119–103 win against the Los Angeles Lakers.[181]

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