- Kevin Durant
- 21/197 year(s):day(s)
- United States (Oklahoma City)
The youngest person to win an NBA scoring title is Kevin Durant (USA) of the Oklahoma City Thunder at age 21 years, 197 days averaging 30.1 ppg in the 2009-10 season. Durant managed the feat in just his third NBA season, outscoring second-place finisher LeBron James (USA) by 0.4 ppg. The previous record was held by Max Zaslofsky (USA), who played for the Chicago Stags and led the Basketball Association of America (predecessor to the NBA) in scoring 21 ppg for the 1947-48 season at the age of 22 years, 105 days.