The five most difficult records to break in the current NBA

1. Klay Thompson's 37 points in a single quarter: Thompson's individual achievement of scoring 37 points in one quarter is remarkable. This record demonstrates his explosive scoring ability and the support of his teammates.

2. Derrick Rose's youngest MVP: Rose became the youngest player to win the MVP award at 22. His outstanding performance led his team to the best record in the league, exceeding expectations for a player of his age.

3. Stephen Curry's 402 three-pointers in a single season: Curry's ability to make over 400 three-pointers in one season is unmatched. This record solidified his status as the greatest shooter in NBA history.

4. LeBron James' 13 All-NBA First Team selections: James' unprecedented 13 selections to the All-NBA First Team highlights the difficulty of surpassing him. Other top players are far behind his record.

5. LeBron James' "311": James is the only player to achieve 30,000 points, 10,000 rebounds, and 10,000 assists. This milestone is nearly impossible to accomplish, making it a testament to his greatness.