The record is indeed used to break, this is the charm of competitive sports. The NBA has developed rapidly in the past 20 years. Whether it is players' physical fitness or skills, they are generally better than in the 90s. This is an indisputable fact. Many records that seem to be unbreakable are now being broken one by one. This is a manifestation of basketball progress. However, some NBA records still cannot be broken, and it is difficult to even get close. Today these 5 records are like this.
The most scoring champions in the current NBA are Durant's 4, but he will soon be 32 years old, and he is badly injured, it is difficult to win the scoring champion. Harden can fire infinitely. He has won the scoring leader for three consecutive years. According to his state, it is not a problem to win the scoring leader twice. For current players, the top scoring leader is five times, which is five times short of Jordan's ten times.
Many players have been turned away by entering the finals, and this record threshold is too high. As for getting a triple-double in the finals, it is really as difficult as the sky, better than Kobe and Jordan. There is no triple-double in the finals. However, James has averaged a triple-double in the finals, which is truly amazing. In the future, whoever can get one or two triple-doubles in the finals will be the best. Don't even think about averaging triple-doubles per game.
MVP is available every season, but the competition will become increasingly fierce in the future. Because the MVP was born on a few winning teams, and these teams basically brought together the best players in the league, so everyone's record and data are very close. Curry's unanimous MVP is indispensable for "the right time, the right place, and the right people". Only then can such a miracle appear. Unless there is such a single-core winning team, otherwise the MVP will eventually decide the winner with a small gap.
Kobe's 81-point miracle is indeed unstable in this small ball era, but Chamberlain's 100 points are too stable. Even if the players deliberately brush, the limit is 81 points surpassing Kobe, and the difficulty of each point after that has increased sharply. Players in each game have limited physical strength and limited time, and Booker has a crazy score of 70 points. The editor believes that there may be a star to break Kobe's 81 points, but Chamberlain's 100 points are impossible.
You are not mistaken about 17 blocks, not 17 rebounds or 17 assists. Everyone knows that it is difficult to block shots. Basically averaging 3 blocks per game. This era is the king of blocks. Nowadays, the playing style is getting more and more outside, and the whistleblowing is getting stricter and stricter. Many players don't get into the inside very much. It is very difficult for the inside to block. There are only a handful of people who can do 10 blocks in a single game, and 17 blocks are even more impossible.