The NBA’s most unflattering records
The Indiana Pacers were not part of the ABA (as opposed to the NBA) when George McGinnis set this record, but it’s a record that deserves an exception. McGinnis’ 3 consecutive seasons with the Pacers from 1973 to 1975 are #1 (74-75), #2 (72-73) and #3 (73-74) for highest turnovers in season, with 422, 401 and 393. Despite that, his career average for PPG as 25 for the regular season and 23 for the Playoffs. Imagine that usage rate.