NBA: Top 20 Players with the Most Turnovers in a Season

Hall of Famer Artis Gilmore Holds the Record for Most Turnovers in a Season

Hall of Famer Artis Gilmore Holds the Record for Most Turnovers in a Season

Yesterday, Sports List of the Day checked out the top teams in NBA history with the lowest turnover rate for a season.

We’ve also rundown players with the most career turnovers.

How about most turnovers in a season by a player?

Five players have breached the 350 mark, with Artis Gilmore at the top.

1.  Artis Gilmore 366  1977-78  Chicago Bulls
2.  Kevin Porter 360  1977-78  Detroit Pistons / New Jersey Nets
3.  Micheal Ray Richardson 359  1979-80  New York Knicks
4.  Ricky Sobers 352  1977-78  Indiana Pacers
5.  Charles Barkley 350  1985-86  Philadelphia 76ers
6.  Reggie Theus 348  1979-80  Chicago Bulls
7.  Bob McAdoo 346  1977-78  New York Knicks
7. George McGinnis 346  1978-79  Denver Nuggets
9.  Ron Harper 345  1986-87  Cleveland Cavaliers
10.  Allen Iverson 344  2004-05  Philadelphia 76ers
11.  Isiah Thomas 343  1986-87  Detroit Pistons
12.  Jeff Ruland 342  1983-84  Washington Bullets
13.  Kevin Porter 337  1978-79  Detroit Pistons
13. Allen Iverson 337  1996-97  Philadelphia 76ers
15.  Ray Williams 335  1982-83  Kansas City Kings
16.  Jim Jackson 334  1993-94  Dallas Mavericks
17.  Jason Kidd 328  1995-96  Dallas Mavericks
18.  Reggie Theus 327  1985-86  Sacramento Kings
19.  Ralph Sampson 326  1984-85  Houston Rockets
19.  Moses Malone 326  1978-79  Houston Rockets
19.  Jerry Stackhouse 326  2000-01  Detroit Pistons
19.  Isiah Thomas 326  1982-83  Detroit Pistons

Thanks to basketball-reference.com.

Photo: legendsofbasketball.com

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Posted on December 28, 2012, in NBA Basketball and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Every year, I do a sports awards blog. That photo is exactly why one of those awards is the Artis Gilmore Award For Achievements in Hair Boldness. The 2012 edition will be coming out in a few days. Stop by Dubsism and check it out!

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