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    Which active player is most likely to take over in a major all time stat (P, TRB, A)?

    Considering all time points, rebounds, assists


    Points - Jabbar - 38,387
    Rebounds - Chamberlain - 23,924 (unlikely for anyone to catch)
    Assists - Stockton - 15,806
    Steals - Stockton - 3265
    Blocks - Hakeem - 3830


    Some of these, nobody active will catch, like Chamberlain and rebounds.

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    Probably LeBron with points. Maybe Durant. I don't see anything else falling to an active player.

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    ^ I could see Curry catching Allen in 3's (not that I mentioned 3's)

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    1.) Deandre Jordan will definitely break Artis' career fg% record when he retires

    2.) Dwight breaking Gilmore's defensive rebounding record

    3.) Durant's more likely then Lebron to catch Kareem.

    4.) Durant passing Jordan in scoring titles.

    5.) Curry passing Allen in 3s

    6.) Not that I think it will happen but I hope Andre Drummond breaks at least one of Moses ORB records.

    7.) Anthony Davis breaks Hakeems career block record.

    These are in decending order of most likely to least likely imo
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    Durant for points, but that's a long shot and I doubt anyone playing today will break those you listed.
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    Looking at these records always amazes me at how the two most durable players in NBA history spent their entire careers together on the same team at the same time. And both were All Stars into their late 30's. That is something I am sure will never happen again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tredigs View Post
    Looking at these records always amazes me at how the two most durable players in NBA history spent their entire careers together on the same team at the same time. And both were All Stars into their late 30's. That is something I am sure will never happen again.
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    I really do not see anyone touching those particular stats...as great as Kobe was, and how much games he's played total since joining the league, even HE wont even catch Kareem so imagine what KD will have to do in order to catch him...he'll have to play till he's 44 at this rate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raiderposting View Post
    Duncan
    Duncan's just one man. I'm still in awe of the fact that it was both teammates at the same time is what I'm saying.

    Plus, in nearly 40 combined seasons with the Jazz, Malone + Stockton only missed 33 total games. Less than 1 a year between the two, and 18 of those were from Stockton in 1 season. Duncan's durability and high level consistency is legendary in its own right, but he's missed more games than both of them combined on the Jazz in just the last 5 years for San Antonio... if that helps put their threshold in perspective.

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    Its easier to score points today than it was way back then. While I will not mention any player, I do believe that the points record is the easiest one to break.

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    These records seem still unbreakable to me. Lol,actually I'm mindblowed even if I already knew this.


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    Maybe Mcw for steals?


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    Well if LeBron scores 1522 points (only 18.5 PPG if played 82 games) in every season the next 10 years, he is gonna pass KAJ. I say he is easily gonna score 25-27 PPG atleast next 5 season, 13-14 PPG the other 5 seasons will do it for him. I think its a bit early to talk about Durant, because he is only at 14851 mark right now.

    Other breakable record I say is BPG, Anthony Davis might have a shot at it, but its a long way too go.

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    I don't think anyone will ever break either of Stockton's records. Historic longevity + perfect team + cooked books = unbreakable record.

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    points is probably the most up for grabs between kd and lebron

    but cant see assists,steals,rebounds,blocks being broken

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