as of 2008 start,
1st:kareem Abdul-jabbar 38,387 center inactive
2nd:Karl malone Shooting guard inactive
3rd:Michael Jordan point guard inactive
4th:wilt chamberlain small forward inactive
5th:moses malone IDK inactive
here is the top 10 the last 40 take a long time to write :) * Kareem Abdul-Jabbar * Karl Malone * Michael Jordan * Wilt Chamberlain * Moses Malone * Elvin Hayes * Hakeem Olajuwon * Shaquille O'Neal * Oscar Robertson * Dominique Wilkins Veiw the last 40 @ NBA.com/statistics/default_all_time_leaders
I'm only going to give you the top 10. .
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar : 38,387 PTS
Karl Malone : 36,928 PTS
Michael Jordan : 32,292 PTS
Wilt Chamberlain : 31,419 PTS
Shaquille O'Neal : 27,697 PTS
Moses Malone : 27,409 PTS
Elvin Hayes : 27,313 PTS
Hakeem Olajuwon : 26,946 PTS
Oscar Robertson : 26,710 PTS
Dominique Wilkens : 26,668 PTS
Michael Jordan was the best all round player. Highest scoring was wilt chamberlein.
5 time MVP 6 time nba champion and final MVP 14 time all star 10 time nba scoring champion Nba defensive player of the year 10 nba first team 3 time stealing champion
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Tracy Lamar McGrady, Jr. was born on May 24, 1979. He has since become a seven-time NBA All-Star, seven-time All-NBA selection and a two-time NBA scoring champion (2003/2004).
here's the answer... http://www.databasebasketball.com/leaders/playerseasonsearch.htm
At the moment (04.07.09) he has 27549 career points, making him 5th on the NBA all time scoring list.
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
For his NBA career, Wilt averaged 30.07 points per game. That is second all time in NBA history behind Michael Jordan's 30.12 points per game.