Set By: Wilt Chamberlain
It's hard to imagine anyone catching this record, mainly because nobody is this selfish anymore. Unless, of course, you count mid-2000s Kobe Bryant. Kobe did score 55 points in the second half of his 81-point outburst against Toronto in 2006, and he also had 62 points in three quarters against Dallas earlier that year. Now that Kobe is on the downside of his career and has better teammates, he is out of contention. Plus, considering the league average points per game is currently 97.9, we may never see someone break 100 again.