List of Yugoslav First Federal Basketball League annual scoring leaders

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The First Federal Basketball League's scoring title in Yugoslavia was awarded to the player with the highest points per game average in a given season.

Key[edit]

^ Inducted into the FIBA Hall of Fame
* Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
^* Inducted into the both Halls of fame
Player (X) Denotes the number of times the player had been the scoring leader up to and including that season
G Guard F Forward C Center

Scoring leaders[edit]

Source[1]

Season Player Age[a] Pos[b] Club Games
played
Total
points
Points per
game
Ref
1946 Ladislav Demšar 17 C Egység Novi Sad 7 69 9.9
1947 Novaković Proleter 4 69 17.3
1948 Novaković (2) Proleter 5 69 13.8
1949 Ivan Arapović 37 Jedinstvo Zagreb 18 211 11.7
1950 Mirko Amon 20 Železničar Ljubljana 18 268 14.9
1951 Janez Škrjanc Enotnost 22 315 14.3
1952 Vilmos Lóczi 27 Proleter 3 55 18.3
1953 Milan Bjegojević 24 G Crvena zvezda 6 106 17.7
1954 Boris Kristančič 22 Enotnost 20 543 27.2
1955 Borislav Ćurčić 23 Crvena zvezda 18 381 21.2
1956 Jože Zupančič 21 Ljubljana 18 463 25.7
1957 Radivoj Korać^ 18 F BSK 18 524 29.1
1958 Radivoj Korać^ (2) 19 F OKK Beograd 18 633 35.2
1959 Branko Radović 25 Crvena zvezda 18 549 30.5
1960 Radivoj Korać^ (3) 21 F OKK Beograd 18 666 37.0
1961 Zlatko Sajkov Dinamo Pančevo 18 549 30.5
1962 Radivoj Korać^ (4) 23 F OKK Beograd 18 639 35.5
1963 Radivoj Korać^ (5) 24 F OKK Beograd 17 621 36.5 [2]
1964 Radivoj Korać^ (6) 25 F OKK Beograd 14 473 33.9 [3]
1965 Radivoj Korać^ (7) 26 F OKK Beograd 20 695 34.8 [4]
1966 Vladimir Cvetković 24 F Crvena zvezda 22 755 34.3
1967 Vladimir Cvetković (2) 25 F Crvena zvezda 21 677 32.2
1967–68 Radmilo Mišović 24 G Borac Čačak 22 642 29.2
1968–69 Radmilo Mišović (2) 25 G Borac Čačak 22 625 28.4
1969–70 Nikola Plećaš 22 G Lokomotiva 22 679 30.9
1970–71 Radmilo Mišović (3) 27 G Borac Čačak 22 645 29.3
1971–72 Radmilo Mišović (4) 28 G Borac Čačak 22 660 30.0
1972–73 Damir Šolman 24 F Jugoplastika 26 801 30.1
1973–74 Radmilo Mišović (5) 30 G Borac Čačak 26 825 31.7
1974–75 Nikola Plećaš (2) 27 G Lokomotiva 26 862 33.2
1975–76 Dragan Kićanović^ 22 G Partizan 25 777 31.1
1976–77 Dražen Dalipagić^* 25 F Partizan 26 900 34.6
1977–78 Dragan Kićanović^ (2) 24 G Partizan 26 849 34.4
1978–79 Dragan Kićanović^ (3) 25 G Partizan 22 743 33.8
1979–80 Branko Skroče 24 G Zadar 22 695 31.6
1980–81 Branko Skroče (2) 25 G Zadar 22 772 35.1
1981–82 Dražen Dalipagić^* (2) 30 F Partizan 30 944 31.5
1982–83 Duško Ivanović 25 G Budućnost 26 603 27.4
1983–84 Branko Skroče (3) 28 G Zadar 578
1984–85 Dražen Petrović^* 20 G Cibona 20 640 32.0
1985–86 Dražen Petrović^* (2) 21 G Cibona 21 905 43.1
1986–87 Dražen Petrović^* (3) 22 G Cibona 21 779 37.1
1987–88 Dražen Petrović^* (4) 23 G Cibona 19 722 38.0
1988–89 Milan Mlađan 27 F IMT 22 677 30.8
1989–90 Arijan Komazec 20 G Zadar 22 690 31.4
1990–91 Arijan Komazec (2) 21 G Zadar 22 645 29.3 [5]
1991–92 Boban Janković 28 F Crvena zvezda 19 484 25.5 [6]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ At the start of February 1st of that season.
  2. ^ The player's primary position is listed first.

References and notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Zlatne ruke po sezonama: Korać sedam puta". KOŠ (12): 17. September 1990. Retrieved 16 August 2020.
  2. ^ "OKK Beograd 1963" (PDF). okkbeograd.org.rs. Retrieved 16 August 2020.
  3. ^ "OKK Beograd 1964" (PDF). okkbeograd.org.rs. Retrieved 16 August 2020.
  4. ^ "OKK Beograd 1965" (PDF). okkbeograd.org.rs. Retrieved 16 August 2020.
  5. ^ "Brojke kažu: Komazec". KOŠ (22): 8. 17 April 1991. Retrieved 16 August 2020.
  6. ^ "Janković naš MVP!". KOŠ (46): 6. 15 April 1992. Retrieved 16 August 2020.