That'll be Shaquille O'neal with 28,445 career points as of 12-22-10
6× NBA champion, 6× NBA Most Valuable Player, 19× NBA All-Star, 2× NBA Finals MVP, 10× All-NBA First Team, 5× All-NBA Second Team, 5× NBA All-Defensive First Team, 6× NBA All-Defensive Second Team, 2× NBA scoring champion, 1970 NBA Rookie of the Year1970, NBA All-Rookie Team NBA all-time leading scorer, NBA's 50th Anniversary All-Time Team, 3× NCAA Men's Basketball Champion 3× NCAA Basketball Tournament MOP, Naismith College Player of the Year 2× USBWA College Player of the Year
D-Wade 2009, LeBron 2008, Kobe 2007 and 2006, and The Answer AI
yes it is, it has not come out yet actually NBA elite is NBA live but NBA live changed it's name to NBA elite, PAul PIerce will be on the cover
Kareem Abdul-Jabber=about 36,500.
Charles Barkley was the best rebounder in NBa History. The reason for this is that he was only 6ft 5" in height and he out-rebounded much taller players through sheer force of will and desire.
Larry Bird no question
Julius Erving,Michael Jordan,or Wilt Chamberlain
Baylor is the greatest rebounder of all time. Wilt Chamberlin has to be considered the best when you take in the fact he has the most in the history of the NBA. His size and athleticism made it easy for him to do this
The number 1 rebounder of all time is Wilt Chamberlian.
The NBAs all-time leader in points scored is Kareem Abdul-Jabbar with 38,387.