NBA Records By: Jack thompson

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This website will give you information about all kinds of NBA records. I had the idea of making my passion project about NBA records because I love basketball. This made me want to fill kids and adults in who do not know much about the NBA.

This is the NBA's logo (Jerry West)
This is Bill Russell of the Boston Celtics. He won 11 championships in his 13 year career season (all with Celtics). Winning 11 championships as a player is the NBA record.
This is John Stockton of the Utah Jazz. He currently hold 2 NBA records. His 15,806 assists and 3,265 steals are each NBA records.
This is Kareem Abdul-Jabbar of Los Angeles Lakers. His 38,387 points is an NBA record and he is in third for most rebounds with 17,440 rebounds.
This is Hakeem Olajuwon of the Houston Rockets. He has the record for most blocks with 3,830. He also had the most quad-ruple doubles with 2.
This is Oscar Robertson. He has the most triple doubles in a career. Although, Russell Westbrook is creeping up on him. Roberston has 181 career triple-doubles.
This is Wilt Chamberlain of the Los Angeles Lakers. His NBA record is for most rebounds. He has 23, 294. He's also #5 in all-time scorers with 31,419 points. Additionally, he holds the record for most double doubles in a career with 1,111.
This is Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma City Thunder. He is a current player and recently just broke the record for most triple doubles in a regular with 42.
This is Phil Jackson. He won 6 championships with Chicago Bulls, coaching there from 1989 to 1998. Later, he went on to win 5 championships with the Los Angeles Lakers, all of them between 2000 to 2010. Winning 11 national championships is the record for coaches.
Basketball
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
John Stockton
Wilt Chamberlain
Bill Russell
Michael Jordan
Karl Malone
Kobe Bryant
Jason Kidd
Steve Nash
Mark Jackson
Magic Johnson
Moses Malone
Elvin Hayes

Top 5 all-time scorers:

  1. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar -38,387
  2. Karl Malone -36,928
  3. Kobe Bryant -33,643
  4. Michael Jordan -32,292
  5. Wilt Chamberlain 31,419

Top 5 all-time assist leaders:

  1. John Stockton -15,806
  2. Jason Kidd -12,091
  3. Steve Nash -10,335
  4. Mark Jackson -10,334
  5. Magic Johnson -10,141

Top 5 all-time rebound leaders:

  1. Wilt Chamberlain -23,924
  2. Bill Russell -21,620
  3. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar -17,440
  4. Elvin Hayes - 16,279
  5. Moses Malone -16,212

Works Cited

"Basketball Statistics and History." Basketball-Reference.com. Web. 05 May 2017.

"The Worldwide Leader in Sports." ESPN. ESPN Internet Ventures. Web. 05 May 2017.

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