Now - huge caveat: the rebounding stat and certain other stats only go back to 1985-86 and even points only goes back to 1963-64, so the database is far from complete, but hey, if you want into the top 100, here is what you have to do. (I have chosen not to go with a stat level if the number of ties leads to a number well over 100. For example, going with 55 minutes played leads to over 130 such games, so I went with 56 minutes played as the threshold).
Minutes Played -- you would need at least a double OT game, since 56 MP has been done 84 times.
Total rebounds - 26 Rebounds (done 72X)
Points -- 52 points (95X)
Blocks - 10 blocks (100X)
Assists - 21 assists (60X)
Turnovers - 10 turnovers (100X)
Game Score - 43.9 (done 98 times).
So - next time you see a guy having big numbers, you will know that the can get in the BBR database top 100 if he can get at least:
43.9 Game Score.
Steals is a very difficult one for me. 8 steals in a game has happened 157 times, so I really do not want to use that number of steals as the criteria. However, 9 steals in a game has only happened 38 times!! But I cannot accept becoming part of a 120 way tie for 39th place as a "top 100" effort.
So I go with: