Aug 15 2012 9:11AM

Mileage On Those Tires


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It's been 33 weeks since the compressed 2011-12 NBA season began, and with the Olympics wrapping up Sunday, it'll be a short seven-week offseason for some NBA standouts.

Here are the 10 men who played the most minutes in those 231 days. These are the players perhaps most susceptible to fatigue when the new 2012-13 season begins.

TOP MINUTEMEN, TEAM, AGE MINUTES PLAYED

1. Kevin Durant, Thunder, 23 Total: 3592 ... Regular Season: 2546 Playoffs: 837 Olympics: 209

2. LeBron James, Heat, 27 Total: 3511 Regular Season: 2326 Playoffs: 983 Olympics: 199

3. Russell Westbrook, Thunder, 23 Total: 3210 Regular Season: 2331 Playoffs: 767 Olympics: 112

4. Pau Gasol, Lakers, 32 Total: 3102 Regular Season: 2430 Playoffs: 444 Olympics: 228

5. Paul Pierce, Celtics, 34 Total: 2853 Regular Season: 2075 Playoffs: 778 Olympics: 0

6. Kobe Bryant, Lakers, 33 Total: 2846 Regular Season: 2232 Playoffs: 476 Olympics: 138

7. Marc Gasol, Grizzlies, 27 Total: 2841 Regular Season: 2370 Playoffs: 261 Olympics: 210

8. Chris Paul, Clippers, 27 Total: 2810 Regular Season: 2181 Playoffs: 423 Olympics: 206

9. Andre Iguodala, Nuggets, 28 Total: 2810 Regular Season: 2209 Playoffs: 505 Olympics: 96

10. Blake Griffin, Clippers, 23 Total: 2785 Regular Season: 2392 Playoffs: 393 Olympics: 0