NBA All-Star Game: All-Time Career Leaders

Kevin Durant and LeBron James (center, l. and r.) Will Become The NBA All-Star Game's Leading Scorers In Time

Kevin Durant and LeBron James (center, l. and r.) Will Become The NBA All-Star Game’s Leading Scorers In Time

The East beat the West tonight in the 2014 NBA All-Star Game – and a wild one at that. It was the highest scoring All-Star Game of all time: 163-155 for a total of 318 points.

Carmelo Anthony scored 30 points, including eight three pointers – a new single-game record. But it was Kyrie Irving who took home MVP honors, leading the Eastern Conference All-Stars with 31 points and 14 assists.

Blake Griffin and Kevin Durant scored 38 apiece for the West in the losing effort.

LeBron James scored 22, climbing into 4th all time in points. He is on his way to becoming the all-time leader in scoring and field goals, too.

James already is the all-time leader in ASG three pointers, but was 0-7 from long distance today. Durant, on the other hand, nailed six to bring his total to 17.

Here are the top five All-Star Game totals leaders for the most popular statistical categories.

GAMES STARTED  
1. Kobe Bryant 14
2. Michael Jordan 13
2. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 13
4. Bob Cousy 12
4. Tim Duncan 12
     
MINUTES PLAYED  
1. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 449
2. Kobe Bryant 388
2. Wilt Chamberlain 388
4. Michael Jordan 382
5. Oscar Robertson 380
     
POINTS  
1. Kobe Bryant 280
2. Michael Jordan 262
3. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 251
4. LeBron James
248
5. Oscar Robertson
246
     
FIELD GOALS  
1. Kobe Bryant 115
2. Michael Jordan 110
3. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 105
4. LeBron James 102
5. Oscar Robertson 88
     
THREE POINTERS  
1. LeBron James 23
2. Ray Allen 22
3. Kobe Bryant 21
4. Kevin Durant
17
5. Tracy McGrady
13
     
FREE THROWS  
1. Elgin Baylor 78
2. Oscar Robertson 70
3. Bob Pettit 62
4. Julius Erving 50
5. Wilt Chamberlain 47
     
OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS  
1. Moses Malone 44
2. Shaquille O’Neal 39
3. Hakeem Olajuwon 38
4. Tim Duncan 37
5. Julius Erving 34
     
TOTAL REBOUNDS  
1. Wilt Chamberlain 197
2. Bob Pettit 178
3. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 149
4. Bill Russell 139
5. Tim Duncan 127
     
ASSISTS  
1. Magic Johnson 127
2. Isiah Thomas 97
3. Bob Cousy 86
4. Oscar Robertson 81
5. Chris Paul
75
     
STEALS  
1. Kobe Bryant 37
1. Michael Jordan 37
3. Isiah Thomas 31
4. Dwyane Wade 25
5. Jason Kidd 24
     
BLOCKS  
1. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 31
2. Hakeem Olajuwon 23
3. Shaquille O’Neal 19
4. Patrick Ewing 16
5. David Robinson 13
     
TURNOVERS  
1. Magic Johnson 48
2. Michael Jordan 42
3. Isiah Thomas 41
4. Allen Iverson 38
5. Kobe Bryant 34
     
PERSONAL FOULS  
1. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 57
2. Oscar Robertson 41
3. Bill Russell 37
3. Elvin Hayes 37
5. Kobe Bryant 34

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Posted on February 16, 2014, in NBA Basketball and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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