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Ranking the Best Scorers in NBA Playoff History

Elgin Baylor
the Eastern Conference Finals
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the Los Angeles Lakers
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the Big Fundamental
the Oklahoma City Thunder
the Golden State Warriors
the Orlando Magic
Kobe Bryant
the Boston Celtics
The Hall of Fame
Cleveland Cavaliers
the Miami Heat and Cavaliers
the Chicago Bulls
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Karl Malone
Allen Iverson
Stephen Curry
Dirk Nowitzki
John Havlicek
Dwyane Wade
Hakeem Olajuwon
Klay Thompson
Ray Allen
James Harden
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Jerry West
Larry Bird
Tim Duncan's
Kevin Durant
LeBron James
Michael Jordan
Shaquille O'Neal
Kobe Bryant
Bill Russell



the Golden State Warriors
the Miami Heat

Indiana State
San Antonio

the NBA Finals

Positivity     39.00%   
   Negativity   61.00%
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And removing the last three of his postseason trips, which is a reasonable thought exercise since they came at ages 39, 40 and 41, he averaged 27.3 points in 180 appearances.His skyhook devastated teams for two decades.Kareem retired as the NBA's all-time leading playoff scorer (5,762) and is still third behind LeBron James and Michael Jordan.The career stats for Shaquille O'Neal are impressive, but his production from 1995-2003, in particular, was remarkable.While totaling 133 playoff appearances for the Orlando Magic and Los Angeles Lakers in that stretch, Shaq tallied 28.3 points per game. But the point remains: West had legendary scoring upside.The Hall of Fame guard averaged 29.1 points in his 153 appearances, winning a title in 1972 and earning the rare distinction of Finals MVP in the 1969 series the Lakers lost.Jordan (38) and LeBron James (27) are the only players with more 40-point playoff games than West and his 20.No matter what his future holds with the Los Angeles Lakers, LeBron James has already established himself as a top-two playoff performer.He carried the 2006-07 Cleveland Cavaliers to the NBA Finals.

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