Kareem Abdul-Jabbar - 38,387 points, Wilt Chamberlain - 31,419 points, Karl Malone - 30,599 points, The GreatMichael Jordan - 29,277 points, and finally Moses Malone - 27,409 points
nope.But their faces looks the same.
he is the leader for most points scored in a career and he has 5 titles. He is also famous for his sky hook. and he has many MVP awards.Also, he is number one in NBA history's leading scorer. Behind him were Karl Malone, Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, etc. Besides that, he also led the Milwaukee Bucks into ending his then team LA Lakers' 33 winning streaks in 1972.
No. Karl Malone made the NBA finals twice with the Utah Jazz, in the 1996-97 season and the 1997-98 season. In both cases, the Jazz lost in the finals to the Chicago Bulls, 4 games to 2. Also lost 4-1 to the pistons in 2004 as a member of the lakers.
I think it's either Karl Malone, John Stockton or Reggie Miller.
38,387 points. That's 1400 points more than his closes competitor, Karl Malone.
Karl Malone. He scored 36,928 points.
Points per game: 25.0
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Career Of 38,387 Points Karl Malone Career Of 36,928 Points
Malone scored 61 points against the Bucks in 1990.
Karl Malone played for the Utah Jazz for many seasons in his career before joining the Los Angeles Lakers. Malone then retired after a season with the Lakers.
Wilt scored 31,419 career points. He is 4th on the all time list behind Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Karl Malone, and Michael Jordan.