NBA Honors: Assists Leaders, Grouped by Team

This is the complete list of all the NBA players that led the league in assists, grouped by team.

Team with more honors:

Boston Celtics / Sacramento Kings
10 times had the Assist Leader

NBA Honors: Assist Leaders

Since the 1969-70 NBA season, the assist leader is the player with the best assists per game average. Previously, from 1946-47 through the 1968-69 season, the NBA assist leader was the player with more total assists at the end of each season.

Both the Celtics and the Kings had the NBA assists leader 10 times.

About the NBA Assists Leaders:
Assists Leaders Year by Year / Assists Leaders by Player / Assists Leaders by Team


NBA Single Season Assists Leaders. All-time list of teams who had the league leader.

Awards NBA Team
Player
/
Season
10 Boston Celtics
Rajon Rondo
10 Sacramento Kings
Oscar Robertson
1968-69, 1965-66, 1964-65, 1963-64, 1961-62, 1960-61 (Cincinnati Royals)
Tiny Archibald
1972-73 (Kansas City-Omaha Kings)
Bob Davies
1948-49 (Rochester Royals)
Rajon Rondo
Norm Van Lier
1970-71 (Cincinnati Royals)
9 Utah Jazz
8 Phoenix Suns
Jason Kidd
5 Los Angeles Lakers
Magic Johnson
Jerry West
4 Golden State Warriors
Andy Phillip
1951-52, 1950-51 (Philadelphia Warriors)
Howie Dallmar
1947-48 (Philadelphia Warriors)
Guy Rodgers
1962-63 (San Francisco Warriors)
3 Los Angeles Clippers
Chris Paul
Ernie DiGregorio
1973-74 (Buffalo Braves)
3 Brooklyn Nets
Jason Kidd
2003-04, 2002-03 (New Jersey Nets)
Kevin Porter
1977-78 (played for Detroit Pistons and New Jersey Nets)
3 Detroit Pistons
Kevin Porter
1977-78 (played for Detroit Pistons and New Jersey Nets)
Isiah Thomas
3 Washington Wizards
Kevin Porter
1980-81, 1974-75 (Washington Bullets)
Rod Strickland
2 New York Knicks
Dick McGuire
Micheal Ray Richardson
2 Indiana Pacers
Don Buse
Mark Jackson
1996-97 (played for Denver Nuggets and Indiana Pacers)
2 New Orleans Pelicans
Chris Paul
2008-09, 2007-08 (New Orleans Hornets)
2 Oklahoma City Thunder
Slick Watts
1975-76 (Seattle Supersonics)
Lenny Wilkens
1969-70 (Seattle Supersonics)
1 Philadelphia 76ers
Wilt Chamberlain
1 Chicago Bulls
Guy Rodgers
1 Cleveland Cavaliers
Andre Miller
1 Denver Nuggets
Mark Jackson
1996-97 (played for Denver Nuggets and Indiana Pacers)
1 San Antonio Spurs
Johnny Moore
1 Providence Steam Rollers
(defunct franchise)
Ernie Calverley