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Top 20 NBA Players of All Time

Posted by Jonah Gardner on October 27, 2022

It’s perhaps the most controversial question in sports: Who are the best NBA player of all time? There are a million different ways to answer it, but in this post, we’re going to break down the greatest NBA players of all time according to Win Shares, an advanced stat that measure a player’s performance based on team wins and the player’s statline. We’ll also include ABA years and stats for this. 

Photo of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

Pronunciation: \kuh-REEM ab-dool juh-BAR\

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Twitter: kaj33

(born Ferdinand Lewis Alcindor Jr.)

(Lew, Cap, Murdock, Big Fella)

Position: Center ▪ Shoots: Right

7-2225lb (218cm, 102kg)

Born: April 16, 1947 (Age: 75-194d) in New York, New York us

College: UCLA

High School: Power Memorial in New York, New York

Draft: Milwaukee Bucks, 1st round (1st pick, 1st overall), 1969 NBA Draft

NBA Debut: October 18, 1969

Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 1995 (Full List)

Career Length: 20 years

SUMMARY

Career

G

1560

PTS

24.6

TRB

11.2

AST

3.6

FG%

55.9

FG3%

5.6

FT%

72.1

eFG%

55.9

PER

24.6

WS

273.4

Kareem is inarguably one of the greatest NBA players of all time, ranking first in career Win Shares due to his nearly unprecedented longevity. Kareem played in the NBA for 20 seasons, picking up six rings and six MVP awards.


Photo of Charles Barkley

Charles Barkley

Charles Wade Barkley

(Sir Charles, The Round Mound of Rebound, The Chuckster, The Chuck Wagon, The Prince of Pizza, The Incredible Bulk, The Leaning Tower of Pizza, Bread Truck, Boy Gorge, Love Boat, Food World, The Crisco Kid, Wide Load from Leeds, Ton of Fun, Goodtime Blimp,)

Position: Power Forward and Small Forward ▪ Shoots: Right

6-6252lb (198cm, 114kg)

Born: February 20, 1963 (Age: 59-249d) in Leeds, Alabama us

College: Auburn

High School: Leeds in Leeds, Alabama

Draft: Philadelphia 76ers, 1st round (5th pick, 5th overall), 1984 NBA Draft

NBA Debut: October 26, 1984

Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 2006 (Full List)

Career Length: 16 years

SUMMARY

Career

G

1073

PTS

22.1

TRB

11.7

AST

3.9

FG%

54.1

FG3%

26.6

FT%

73.5

eFG%

55.8

PER

24.6

WS

177.2

One of the most charismatic players in NBA history, Charles Barkley was also one of the greatest. Barkley averaged 22.1 points and 11.7 rebounds, one of seven players to average 22 and 11 for their careers. Barkley made 11 All-NBA teams, and has a virtually unprecedented 15 nicknames on his Basketball Reference page.


Photo of Kobe Bryant

Kobe Bryant

Kobe Bean Bryant Twitter: kobebryant

(Black Mamba, KB24, Vino, Showboat, Little Flying Warrior, The Eighth Man, Lord of the Rings)

Position: Shooting Guard and Small Forward ▪ Shoots: Right

6-6212lb (198cm, 96kg)

Born: August 23, 1978 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania us

Died: January 26, 2020 (Aged 41-156d)

Relatives: Father Joe Bryant; Uncle Chubby Cox

High School: Lower Merion in Ardmore, Pennsylvania

Draft: Charlotte Hornets, 1st round (13th pick, 13th overall), 1996 NBA Draft

NBA Debut: November 3, 1996

Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 2020 (Full List)

Career Length: 20 years

SUMMARY

Career

G

1346

PTS

25.0

TRB

5.2

AST

4.7

FG%

44.7

FG3%

32.9

FT%

83.7

eFG%

48.2

PER

22.9

WS

172.7

Perhaps the greatest Laker in history, Kobe Bryant is synonymous with the city of Los Angeles and with the post-Jordan style of basketball that dominated the league in the 2000s. Kobe has five rings, two Finals MVPs, the second highest scoring game in NBA history, and even an Oscar.


Photo of Wilt Chamberlain

Wilt Chamberlain

Pronunciation: \CHAIM-bur-lin\

Wilton Norman Chamberlain

(Wilt the Stilt, The Big Dipper, Dippy, Dip, The Load, Big Musty, The Record Book, Hook and Ladder, Wiltie, Whip, Whipper)

Position: Center ▪ Shoots: Right

7-1275lb (216cm, 124kg)

Born: August 21, 1936 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania us

Died: October 12, 1999 (Aged 63-052d)

College: Kansas

High School: Overbrook in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Draft: Philadelphia Warriors, 1st round (3rd pick, 3rd overall), 1959 NBA Draft (territorial selection)

NBA Debut: October 24, 1959

Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 1979 (Full List)

Career Length: 14 years

SUMMARY

Career

G

1045

PTS

30.1

TRB

22.9

AST

4.4

FG%

54.0

FT%

51.1

PER

26.2

WS

247.3

One of the most dominant players in NBA history, Wilt Chamberlain holds what is widely considered to be one of the most unbreakable records in sports: his single-game scoring record of 100 points. Wilt won four MVP awards and finished his career averaging over 30 points and 20 rebounds per game.


Photo of Tim Duncan

Tim Duncan

Timothy Theodore Duncan

(Timmy, The Big Fundamental, Groundhog Day, Old Man Riverwalk, The Stone Buddha)

Position: Center and Power Forward ▪ Shoots: Right

6-11250lb (211cm, 113kg)

Born: April 25, 1976 (Age: 46-185d) in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands vi

College: Wake Forest

High School: Saint Dunstan’s Episcopal in Saint Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands

Draft: San Antonio Spurs, 1st round (1st pick, 1st overall), 1997 NBA Draft

NBA Debut: October 31, 1997

Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 2020 (Full List)

Career Length: 19 years

SUMMARY

Career

G

1392

PTS

19.0

TRB

10.8

AST

3.0

FG%

50.6

FG3%

17.9

FT%

69.6

eFG%

50.7

PER

24.2

WS

206.4

Tim Duncan isn’t just one of the best players in NBA history, he’s also one of the best teammates, seamlessly changing his role to fit with the players around him while leading the Spurs to five NBA titles. Duncan himself won two MVPs and made 15 All-NBA teams.


Photo of Julius Erving

Julius Erving

Julius Winfield Erving II Twitter: JuliusErving

(Dr. J, The Doctor, J.W., The Claw, Black Moses, Houdini, Little Hawk, Doc, Julie, Super Julius)

Position: Small Forward ▪ Shoots: Right

6-7210lb (201cm, 95kg)

Born: February 22, 1950 (Age: 72-247d) in Roosevelt, New York us

Relatives: Cousin Jeff Halliburton

College: UMass

High School: Roosevelt in Roosevelt, New York

Draft: Milwaukee Bucks, 1st round (12th pick, 12th overall), 1972 NBA Draft

NBA Debut: October 22, 1976 ▪ ABA Debut: October 15, 1971

Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 1993 (Full List)

Career Length: 16 years

SUMMARY

Career

G

1243

PTS

24.2

TRB

8.5

AST

4.2

FG%

50.6

FG3%

29.8

FT%

77.7

eFG%

50.9

PER

23.6

WS

181.1

Dr. J is considered one of the NBA’s greatest. On top of that, he’s by far one of the best ABA players ever. Erving won two ABA championships and three ABA MVPs before the league folded. Once he joined the NBA, he notched another title and another MVP.


Photo of Kevin Garnett

Kevin Garnett

Kevin Maurice Garnett Twitter: KevinGarnett5KG

(KG, The Big Ticket, The Kid)

Position: Power Forward, Center, and Small Forward ▪ Shoots: Right

6-11240lb (211cm, 108kg)

Born: May 19, 1976 (Age: 46-161d) in Greenville, South Carolina us

Relatives: Cousin Shammond Williams

High Schools: Mauldin in Mauldin, South Carolina, Farragut Career Academy in Chicago, Illinois

Draft: Minnesota Timberwolves, 1st round (5th pick, 5th overall), 1995 NBA Draft

NBA Debut: November 3, 1995

Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 2020 (Full List)

Career Length: 21 years

SUMMARY

Career

G

1462

PTS

17.8

TRB

10.0

AST

3.7

FG%

49.7

FG3%

27.5

FT%

78.9

eFG%

50.1

PER

22.7

WS

191.4

Kevin Garnett was also one of the most electrifying NBA greats to watch. KG won MVP once, led the NBA in win shares twice, and, after a career of playoff struggles, finally won the NBA title in 2008 with the Boston Celtics. He still holds the Timberwolves franchise records for games played, points, assists, and rebounds.


Photo of Artis Gilmore

Artis Gilmore

Artis Gilmore Twitter: ArtisGilmore53

(The A-Train, Late Sleeper, Rigor Artis)

Position: Center ▪ Shoots: Left

7-2240lb (218cm, 108kg)

Born: September 21, 1949 (Age: 73-036d) in Chipley, Florida us

Colleges: Gardner-Webb University, Jacksonville University

High School: Carver in Dothan, Alabama

Draft: Chicago Bulls, 7th round (15th pick, 117th overall), 1971 NBA Draft

NBA Debut: October 22, 1976 ▪ ABA Debut: October 16, 1971

Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 2011 (Full List)

Career Length: 17 years

SUMMARY

Career

G

1329

PTS

18.8

TRB

12.3

AST

2.3

FG%

58.2

FG3%

15.0

FT%

69.8

eFG%

58.2

PER

21.4

WS

189.7

The second player on this list to start his career in the ABA is Artis Gilmore. The big man led the NBA in field goal percentage four times in his career, and he won ABA MVP in 1972 as a rookie.


Photo of LeBron James

LeBron James

LeBron Raymone James Twitter: KingJames ▪ Instagram: kingjames

(King James, LBJ, Chosen One, Bron-Bron, The Little Emperor, The Akron Hammer, L-Train)

Position: Small Forward, Power Forward, Point Guard, and Shooting Guard ▪ Shoots: Right

6-9250lb (206cm, 113kg)

Born: December 30, 1984 (Age: 37-301d) in Akron, Ohio us

High School: St. Vincent-St. Mary in Akron, Ohio

Recruiting Rank: 2003 (1)

Draft: Cleveland Cavaliers, 1st round (1st pick, 1st overall), 2003 NBA Draft

NBA Debut: October 29, 2003

Experience: 19 years

SUMMARY

2022-23

Career

G

4

1370

PTS

25.3

27.1

TRB

10.0

7.5

AST

7.8

7.4

FG%

45.3

50.5

FG3%

25.7

34.5

FT%

73.7

73.4

eFG%

50.6

54.5

PER

19.5

27.3

WS

0.2

249.7

For many, LeBron isn’t just one of the greatest NBA players of all time, or even one of the 10 greatest NBA players of all time, he’s simply the GOAT. LeBron has four rings, four MVPs, four Finals MVPs, 18 All-NBA appearances, and nearly two decades of hegemonic rule over the NBA.


Photo of Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan

Michael Jeffrey Jordan

(Mike, Air Jordan, M.J., His Airness, Money, Black Cat, Mr. June, G.O.A.T., Superman, Captain Marvel, Black Jesus)

Position: Shooting Guard and Small Forward ▪ Shoots: Right

6-6198lb (198cm, 89kg)

Born: February 17, 1963 (Age: 59-252d) in Brooklyn, New York us

College: UNC

High School: Emsley A. Laney in Wilmington, North Carolina

Draft: Chicago Bulls, 1st round (3rd pick, 3rd overall), 1984 NBA Draft

NBA Debut: October 26, 1984

Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 2009 (Full List)

Career Length: 15 years

SUMMARY

Career

G

1072

PTS

30.1

TRB

6.2

AST

5.3

FG%

49.7

FG3%

32.7

FT%

83.5

eFG%

50.9

PER

27.9

WS

214.0

If your GOAT isn’t LeBron, it’s probably Michael Jordan. Jordan won six NBA titles without ever losing in the Finals. He’s also a five-time MVP who holds the all-time career record in points per game. And he did it all while being a one-of-a-kind culture icon, whose force of personality was so mesmerizing that he inspired The Last Dance, a ten part documentary about his exploits.


Photo of Karl Malone

Karl Malone

Karl Anthony Malone Twitter: TheDeliverer_32

(The Mailman, King Karl)

Position: Power Forward ▪ Shoots: Right

6-9250lb (206cm, 113kg)

Born: July 24, 1963 (Age: 59-095d) in Summerfield, Louisiana us

College: Louisiana Tech

High School: Summerfield in Summerfield, Louisiana

Draft: Utah Jazz, 1st round (13th pick, 13th overall), 1985 NBA Draft

NBA Debut: October 25, 1985

Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 2010 (Full List)

Career Length: 19 years

SUMMARY

Career

G

1476

PTS

25.0

TRB

10.1

AST

3.6

FG%

51.6

FG3%

27.4

FT%

74.2

eFG%

51.8

PER

23.9

WS

234.6

Few can match Karl Malone for longevity, as he ranks third all-time in points and sixth in games played. Malone won two MVPs and made the All-Star Game 14 times in his career.


Photo of Moses Malone

Moses Malone

Moses Eugene Malone

(Chairman of the Boards, Big Mo, Octobull)

Position: Center and Power Forward ▪ Shoots: Right

6-10215lb (208cm, 97kg)

Born: March 23, 1955 in Petersburg, Virginia us

Died: September 13, 2015 (Aged 60-174d)

High School: Petersburg in Petersburg, Virginia

NBA Debut: October 21, 1976 ▪ ABA Debut: October 18, 1974

Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 2001 (Full List)

Career Length: 21 years

SUMMARY

Career

G

1455

PTS

20.3

TRB

12.3

AST

1.3

FG%

49.5

FG3%

9.6

FT%

76.0

eFG%

49.5

PER

22.0

WS

179.1

Moses Malone earned a reputation as one of the top NBA players thanks to his dominance inside and on the boards. He led the league in rebounding six times and won the MVP award three times. Along with Dr. J, he was a key player in the Sixers 1983 title run.


Photo of Reggie Miller

Reggie Miller

Reginald Wayne Miller Twitter: ReggieMillerTNT

(Uncle Reg, The Knick Killer, Killa, Funk, Mighty Mouth, Freddy)

Position: Shooting Guard ▪ Shoots: Right

6-7185lb (201cm, 83kg)

Born: August 24, 1965 (Age: 57-064d) in Riverside, California us

College: UCLA

High School: Riverside Polytech in Riverside, California

Draft: Indiana Pacers, 1st round (11th pick, 11th overall), 1987 NBA Draft

NBA Debut: November 6, 1987

Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 2012 (Full List)

Career Length: 18 years

SUMMARY

Career

G

1389

PTS

18.2

TRB

3.0

AST

3.0

FG%

47.1

FG3%

39.5

FT%

88.8

eFG%

54.4

PER

18.4

WS

174.4

Before he was a regular fixture on NBA broadcasts as an announcer, Reggie Miller was one of the greatest NBA players of all time. He made three All-NBA team appearances behind his excellent shooting, and his Pacers teams were some of the most memorable of the 1990s.


Photo of Dirk Nowitzki

Dirk Nowitzki

Pronunciation: \Na-VIT-skee\

Dirk Werner Nowitzki Twitter: swish41

(Dirty, Tall Baller from the G, German Race Car, German Jesus)

Position: Power Forward and Center ▪ Shoots: Right

7-0245lb (213cm, 111kg)

Born: June 19, 1978 (Age: 44-130d) in Wurzburg, Germany de

High School: Rontgen Gymnasium in Wurzburg, Germany

Draft: Milwaukee Bucks, 1st round (9th pick, 9th overall), 1998 NBA Draft

NBA Debut: February 5, 1999

Career Length: 21 years

SUMMARY

Career

G

1522

PTS

20.7

TRB

7.5

AST

2.4

FG%

47.1

FG3%

38.0

FT%

87.9

eFG%

51.2

PER

22.4

WS

206.3

Perhaps the greatest shooting big man of all time, Dirk Nowitzki is without a doubt one of the top NBA players of all time. Nowitzki was NBA MVP in 2007, holds the record for most 3s by a seven-footer, and, in 2011, finally won an NBA title.


Photo of Shaquille O

Shaquille O’Neal

Shaquille Rashaun O’Neal Twitter: SHAQ

(Shaq, Diesel, The Big Aristotle, Superman, Shaq Fu, Shaq Daddy, Warrior)

Position: Center ▪ Shoots: Right

7-1325lb (216cm, 147kg)

Born: March 6, 1972 (Age: 50-235d) in Newark, New Jersey us

Relatives: Son Shareef O’Neal

College: LSU

High School: Cole in San Antonio, Texas

Draft: Orlando Magic, 1st round (1st pick, 1st overall), 1992 NBA Draft

NBA Debut: November 6, 1992

Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 2016 (Full List)

Career Length: 19 years

SUMMARY

Career

G

1207

PTS

23.7

TRB

10.9

AST

2.5

FG%

58.2

FG3%

4.5

FT%

52.7

eFG%

58.2

PER

26.4

WS

181.7

Considered one of the greatest NBA players of all time almost from the moment he stepped on the court, Shaq’s one of a kind dominance led to four NBA titles, three Finals MVPs, and 15 All-Star appearances.


Photo of Chris Paul

Chris Paul

Christopher Emmanuel Paul Twitter: CP3 ▪ Instagram: cp3

(CP3, The Point God, The Skate Instructor)

Position: Point Guard ▪ Shoots: Right

6-0175lb (183cm, 79kg)

Born: May 6, 1985 (Age: 37-174d) in Winston-Salem, North Carolina us

College: Wake Forest

High School: West Forsyth in Clemmons, North Carolina

Recruiting Rank: 2003 (6)

Draft: New Orleans Hornets, 1st round (4th pick, 4th overall), 2005 NBA Draft

NBA Debut: November 1, 2005

Experience: 17 years

SUMMARY

2022-23

Career

G

4

1159

PTS

9.8

18.1

TRB

5.5

4.5

AST

10.3

9.5

FG%

36.8

47.3

FG3%

31.3

36.9

FT%

100.0

87.1

eFG%

43.4

52.2

PER

15.9

24.6

WS

0.5

199.4

One of two active players on the list, CP3’s appearance may be a surprise considering he never won a title or an MVP award. But he ranks 9th all-time in win shares, with 11 All-NBA appearances and nine All-Defense appearances.


Photo of Oscar Robertson

Oscar Robertson

Oscar Palmer Robertson

(Big O, Mr. Triple Double, Ozzie, Oscar the Grouch)

Position: Point Guard ▪ Shoots: Right

6-5205lb (196cm, 92kg)

Born: November 24, 1938 (Age: 83-337d) in Charlotte, Tennessee us

College: Cincinnati

High School: Crispus Attucks in Indianapolis, Indiana

Draft: Cincinnati Royals, 1st round (1st pick, 1st overall), 1960 NBA Draft (territorial selection)

NBA Debut: October 19, 1960

Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 1980 (Full List)

Career Length: 14 years

SUMMARY

Career

G

1040

PTS

25.7

TRB

7.5

AST

9.5

FG%

48.5

FT%

83.8

PER

23.2

WS

189.2

Although Oscar’s triple-double record was recently broken, his impact on the game remains strong. Oscar was one of the top NBA players of all time, winning the 1964 MVP award and the 1971 NBA title.


Photo of David Robinson

David Robinson

David Maurice Robinson Twitter: DavidtheAdmiral

(The Admiral, D-Rob)

Position: Center ▪ Shoots: Left

7-1235lb (216cm, 106kg)

Born: August 6, 1965 (Age: 57-082d) in Key West, Florida us

College: United States Naval Academy

High School: Osbourn Park in Manassas, Virginia

Draft: San Antonio Spurs, 1st round (1st pick, 1st overall), 1987 NBA Draft

NBA Debut: November 4, 1989

Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 2009 (Full List)

Career Length: 14 years

SUMMARY

Career

G

987

PTS

21.1

TRB

10.6

AST

2.5

FG%

51.8

FG3%

25.0

FT%

73.6

eFG%

51.9

PER

26.2

WS

178.7

The Admiral was one of the top NBA players of all time, winning two titles with the San Antonio Spurs. One of the most iconic players of the 1990s, Robinson led the league in scoring, rebounds, and blocks at different points in the decade.


Photo of Bill Russell

Bill Russell

William Felton Russell Twitter: realbillrussell

(Russ, Whiskers, Willie, Bill the Hill, The Stuffer)

Position: Center ▪ Shoots: Left

6-10215lb (208cm, 97kg)

Born: February 12, 1934 in Monroe, Louisiana us

Died: July 31, 2022 (Aged 88-169d)

Relatives: Cousin Bob Hopkins

College: San Francisco

High School: McClymonds in Oakland, California

Draft: St. Louis Hawks, 1st round (2nd pick, 2nd overall), 1956 NBA Draft

NBA Debut: December 22, 1956

Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 1975 and Coach in 2021 (Full List)

Career Length: 13 years

SUMMARY

Career

G

963

PTS

15.1

TRB

22.5

AST

4.3

FG%

44.0

FT%

56.1

PER

18.9

WS

163.5

Bill Russell isn’t just one of the greatest NBA players of all time, he’s probably it’s most famous winner. Russell won 11 NBA titles, a record that stands to this day, and his five MVP awards aren’t too shabby either. Russell’s number 6 is being retired league-wide to commemorate his impact on the game.


Photo of John Stockton

John Stockton

John Houston Stockton

(Stock)

Position: Point Guard ▪ Shoots: Right

6-1170lb (185cm, 77kg)

Born: March 26, 1962 (Age: 60-215d) in Spokane, Washington us

Relatives: Sons David Stockton, Michael Stockton

College: Gonzaga

High School: Gonzaga Prep in Spokane, Washington

Draft: Utah Jazz, 1st round (16th pick, 16th overall), 1984 NBA Draft

NBA Debut: October 26, 1984

Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 2009 (Full List)

Career Length: 19 years

SUMMARY

Career

G

1504

PTS

13.1

TRB

2.7

AST

10.5

FG%

51.5

FG3%

38.4

FT%

82.6

eFG%

54.6

PER

21.8

WS

207.7

The NBA’s career leader in assists, John Stockton is one of the top NBA players of all time. His longevity was nearly unsurpassed, as only four people played in more NBA games than him. Stockton lead the league in assists nine times and also made five All-Defensive teams. 


Who is the most best NBA player of all time?

Most experts agree that the best NBA player of all time is either Michael Jordan or LeBron James. Some would also advocate for Bill Russell, Wilt Chamberlain, or Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

Who are the top 10 NBA players of all time?

By Win Shares, the top 10 players in NBA history are: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, LeBron James, Wilt Chamberlain, Karl Malone, Michael Jordan, John Stockton, Tim Duncan, Dirk Nowitzki, Chris Paul and Kevin Garnett.

Win Shares are a cumulative stat that rewards playing a lot of games for teams that win. For example, while Michael Jordan ranks 5th in win shares, he ranks first in win shares per 48 minutes played, an indication that on a per-minute basis, he was the greatest player in NBA history, but he didn’t appear in as many games as the players ahead of him.

Who are the Top 5 Best NBA players?

Among active player, the top 5 in win shares are LeBron James, Chris Paul, Kevin Durant, James Harden and Dwight Howard.

Who is the most talented basketball player ever?

It is a tie between Joel Embiid and Tyrese Maxey.


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