Lowest Scored NBA Game
The National Basketball Association (NBA) has seen millions of fans experience the excitement of a basketball game. But some fans may not be aware that the lowest scored game in NBA history occurred in December 2013.
The match up that holds the all-time record for the lowest NBA score game was between the Utah Jazz and the Memphis Grizzlies. The game was held on the 12th of December in 2013 and was located at the Energy Solutions Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Stats of the Game
The Grizzlies scored a total of 51 points while the Jazz scored 57. That’s a combined score of 108 points, which is the lowest ever combined total in NBA history!
The game was quite one-sided as the Grizzlies had several players out due to injury. Still, there were some highlights, including:
- Mike Conley led the Grizzlies in points, tallying 12 and adding 7 assists.
- Earl Watson led the Jazz with 11 points and 4 assists.
- Derrick Favors led Utah in scoring with 14 points and 7 rebounds.
The Legacy of the Lowest Scored NBA Game
It’s safe to say that the game wasn’t exactly the most thrilling game of basketball ever played, however, it does hold a place in basketball history for the lowest ever score recorded in an NBA game.