- Here’s a list of NBA players with the most playoff rebounds.
- Bill Russell leads with 4,104.
- LeBron James is the only active player in the top-10 list.
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The excitement about this type of online betting is being elevated during the NBA playoffs as teams and players are at their highest competitive level. Throughout the postseason history, we’ve witnessed incredible rebounding performances from superstars, which greatly helped their teams win games and even championships.
The league has rescinded Giannis Antetokounmpo's 10th rebound last night–and thus his triple-double, sources tell ESPN. League rules say that for a field-goal attempt to count as official, the player has to shoot "with intent to score a field-goal" — i.e. to make the shot.
— Zach Lowe (@ZachLowe_NBA) March 6, 2023
It’s no surprise that most of the players in the top-10 list who grabbed the most rebounds in the postseason feature the big men in the paint. Their combination of height, athleticism and timing have made them leaders in this category. 11-time NBA Champion Bill Russell leads the list with 4,104 career playoff rebounds. The Celtics legend accumulated this number in 165 games.
Second on the list is Wilt Chamberlain, who, despite having the fewest games played at 160, still managed to rack up 3,913 rebounds. This feat is strong proof that Chamberlain is not just a dominant scorer but also a monster rebounder. Following Russell and Chamberlain on the list are Tim Duncan, Shaquille O’Neal, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
Duncan, who played the entirety of his career with the San Antonio Spurs, had 2,859 rebounds, while O’Neal and Abdul-Jabbar corralled 2,508 and 2,481 rebounds, respectively. Rounding out the top-10 list are LeBron James (2,391), Karl Malone (2,062), Wes Unseld (1,777), Robert Parish (1,765), and Elgin Baylor (1,724).
Playoff leaders since 2010:
Points — LeBron James
Rebounds — LeBron James
Assists — LeBron James
Steals — LeBron James
Blocks — Serge Ibaka
Wins — LeBron James
King James has been dominant. pic.twitter.com/EUeRdX0dhL
— StatMuse (@statmuse) July 15, 2022
NBA Players With Most Playoff Rebounds
|Player Name||Total Playoff Games Played||Total Rebounds|
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