NBA Playoffs All-Time Individual Stats Leaders
The NBA Playoffs are “Heat”ing up. Or are they cooling off? It looks like the San Antonio Spurs are going to cruise to their fifth NBA Finals appearance (they’re 4-0, by the way). Meanwhile, in the East – does anyone really think the Indiana Pacers are getting past the Miami Heat?
So Heat vs. Spurs in this year’s Finals? That might be pretty interesting, actually. If there’s any team with the skill and wits to overthrow the Heat, it’s Gregg Popovich‘s Spurs.
They’re listed below, along with all the postseason’s statistical leaders in the major categories. Packed mostly with Hall of Famers.Follow @VinGetz
|Minutes Played||Kareem Abdul-Jabbar||8,851|
|Minutes Per Game||Wilt Chamberlain||47.24|
|Field Goals||Kareem Abdul-Jabbar||2,356|
|Field Goal %||Dwight Howard||60.1|
|Three-Point %||Bob Hansen||50.0|
|Free Throws||Michael Jordan||1,463|
|Free Throw %||Mark Price||94.4|
|Points Per Game||Michael Jordan||33.45|
|Offensive Rebounds||Shaquille O’Neal||866|
|Rebounds Per Game||Bill Russell||24.87|
|Assists Per Game||Magic Johnson||12.35|
|Steals Per Game||Baron Davis||2.28|
|Blocks Per Game||Hakeem Olajuwon||3.26|
|Personal Fouls||Kareem Abdul-Jabbar||797|
Thanks to basketball-reference.com!