NBA All-time Scoring Leaders: Top 10 regular season scorers in NBA history

Achyut Dubey
Modified 01 Apr 2020
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#8 Shaquille O' Neal

Shaq's memorable stint (1996 to 2004) at the Lakers fetched him 3 Championship rings.

One of the most decorated big men in the NBA, Shaq was known for being vivacious on the court on both ends of the floor, along with a dominant display of brute strength in the paint. He spent eight unforgettable seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers leading the purple and gold to three straight NBA titles from 2000 to 2002.

During the first title run, O’Neal won the regular-season MVP award, falling one vote short of being the first player ever to win the award unanimously. He impacted the game in a way so as to pave way for the modern day Big centres, in becoming pivotal figures on the basketball court.

Playing a total of 1,207 games before retiring in 2011, Shaquille O' Neal had accumulated 28,596 points.

4-Time NBA Champion, 3-time NBA Finals MVP and 15-time All-Star, Shaq had achieved pretty much everything there was to be achieved during his time in the league.

Published 09 Jun 2018
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