The Los Angeles Lakers’ 112-102 victory over the Houston Rockets on Tuesday in Game 3 gave LeBron James 162 individual playoffs wins in his carer, surpassing Derek Fisher for the most in NBA history.
It was the latest milestone for James, who holds additional records for most points, field goals, free throws, steals and minutes in postseason history. He is also third in assists and games played, and sixth in rebounds.
|Rank||Player (Playoff teams)||Career playoff wins|
|1.||LeBron James (Cavs, Heat, Lakers)||162|
|2.||Derek Fisher (Lakers, Jazz, Thunder)||161|
|3.||Tim Duncan (Spurs)||157|
|4.||Robert Horry (Rockets, Lakers, Spurs)||155|
|5.||Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (Bucks, Lakers)||154|
|6.||Tony Parker (Spurs)||137|
|7.||Scottie Pippen (Bulls, Rockets, Blazers)||136|
|T-8.||Kobe Bryant (Lakers)||135|
|T-8.||Manu Ginobili (Spurs)||135|
|10.||Shaquille O’Neal (Magic, Lakers, Heat, Suns, Cavs, Celtics)||129|