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How Jayhawks compare to each other in NBA statistical categories

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Phog Allen and Wilt Chamberlain in 1955. Photo courtesy of University Archives, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, KU

Phog Allen and Wilt Chamberlain in 1955. Photo courtesy of University Archives, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, KU by University Archives, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, KU

Now that Paul Pierce has retired from the NBA it's a good time to look at where Jayhawks stand compared to each other in terms of a few NBA statistical categories:

GAMES

1 - Paul Pierce 1,343

2 - Wilt Chamberlain: 1,045

3 - Dave Robisch: 930

4 - Bill Bridges: 926

5 - Nick Collison: 895

6 - Danny Manning: 883

7 - Kirk Hinrich: 879

8 - Jo Jo White: 837

9 - Drew Gooden: 790

10 - Jacque Vaughn: 776

POINTS

1 - Wilt Chamberlain: 31,419

2 - Paul Pierce: 26,397

3 - Jo Jo White: 14,399

4 - Danny Manning: 12,367

5 - Clyde Lovellette: 11,947

6 - Bill Bridges: 11,012

7 - Dave Robisch: 10,581

8 - Kirk Hinrich: 9,594

9 - Drew Gooden: 8,653

10 - Wayne Hightower: 6,568

11 - Raef LaFrentz: 5,690

12 - Darnell Valeninte: 5,400

13 - Markieff Morris: 5,338

14 - Nick Collison: 5,328

15 - Mario Chalmers: 5,236

16 - Walt Wesley: 5,002

17 - Andrew Wiggins: 4,995

18 - Ron Franz: 4,733

19 - Marcus Morris: 4,513

20 - Greg Ostertag: 3,512

REBOUNDS

1 - Wilt Chamberlain: 23,924

2 - Bill Bridges: 11,054

3 - Paul Pierce: 7,527

4 - Clyde Lovellette: 6,663

5 - Dave Robisch: 6,173

6 - Drew Gooden: 5,618

7 - Nick Collison: 4,680

8 - Danny Manning: 4,615

9 - Greg Ostertag: 4,145

10 - Wayne Hightower: 3,966

ASSISTS

1 - Paul Pierce: 4,708

2 - Wilt Chamberlain: 4,643

3 - Kirk Hinrich: 4,245

4 - Jo Jo White: 4,095

5 - Darnell Valentine: 3,080

6 - Bill Bridges: 2,553

7 - Mario Chalmers: 2,215

8 - Danny Manning: 2,063

9 - Jacque Vaughn: 1,919

10 - Dave Robisch: 1,655

Source: basketball-reference.com

Comments

Kurt Eskilson 2 months, 3 weeks ago

I'm assuming that on rebounds, the top two numbers are in the 12,000, not the 2,000 range. Clearly the "1" is missing.

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