A Look at the NBA Players with the most Offensive Rebounds in their Career.
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There have been a lot of players who have been a problem for opposing teams on the offensive glass. Here are the top ten players in terms of offensive rebounds in a career. This only includes games played in the NBA and not the ABA. Get Free NBA Picks and NBA Predictions for every game all season long at Sports Chat Place.
10. Tim Duncan - 3859 Offensive Rebounds
2020 Basketball Hall of Fame inductee Tim Duncan comes into this list having grabbed 3859 offensive rebounds in his career. Duncan played all 19 years of his career with the San Antonio Spurs.
9. Charles Oakley - 3924 Offensive Rebounds
Charles Oakley has been in the news a lot since retiring but he was a problem when he was in the NBA. Barkley is best known for his time with the New York Knicks and in his career, he grabbed 3924 rebounds.
8. Hakeem Olajuwon - 4034 Offensive Rebounds
Hakeem Olajuwon spent 17 of his 18 seasons with the Houston Rockets and is one of the best big men in all of basketball. As a rookie, Olajuwon averaged 5.4 offensive rebounds per game.
7. Kevin Willis - 4132 Offensive Rebounds
Kevin Willis played 24 years in his career and that was a key as he grabbed 4132 offensive rebounds in his career.
6. Shaquille O'Neal - 4209 Offensive Rebounds
Shaquille O’Neal is one of the most polarizing figures in NBA history, and he was a problem on the offensive and defensive boards. He averaged at least four offensive rebounds per game in four seasons.
5. Charles Barkley - 4260 Offensive Rebounds
Charles Barkley might be the best players in NBA history to never win an NBA title. During Barkley’s third year in the league, he averaged 5.7 offensive rebounds per game.
4. Dennis Rodman - 4329 Offensive Rebounds
Dennis Rodman grabbed 4,329 offensive rebounds in his career. In seven of the seasons in his career, Rodman averaged at least five offensive rebounds per game.
3. Buck Williams - 4526 Offensive Rebounds
Buck Williams averaged only 12.8 points per game but his job was never to do the scoring. One of Williams' jobs was grabbing rebounds and he averaged 3.5 offensive rebounds per game during his career.
2. Robert Parish - 4598 Offensive Rebounds
Robert Parish played 1611 games in his career and that was a big reason why he sits at number two on this list. Parish grabbed 4,598 offensive rebounds in his career averagine 2.9 a game.
1. Moses Malone - 6731 Offensive Rebounds
Moses Malone was a problem for opposing teams on the boards. During his NBA career, Malone averaged 5.1 offensive rebounds per game during his career in the NBA.