Highest Average Points in the Postseason
If you know even the tiniest bit about professional sports, you should that the postseason is a much more challenging league than the regular season. Your team is playing against others who are just as hungry for the ring as you are and will go to extraordinary lengths (somethings illegal lengths) to win the cup.
As such, scoring in the postseason is a lot harder than it is in the regular season, but not for Michael Jordan. Over the course of 13 postseasons with the Bulls, Michael averaged 33.45 points per game. Allen Iverson, the second-highest scorer in the postseason, averaged 29.73.