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    Who is the greatest shot blocker of all time?

    I think that Dikembe or Mark Eaton are up there. Also from the new generation Davis and Ibaka, but it'll take time for their all time numbers to compare to some greats. According to the numbers, this is the list: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P-k2tLLW3Hg

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    Who is the greatest shot blocker of all time?

    Eaton and Dik are good choices

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    Manute Bol

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    Agreed, it just seems that manute's career didnt last that long, but ur right he's 2nd all time in BPG

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    Hassan Whiteside

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    Dikembe no doubt
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    Easily Mt. Mutumbo.

    For guys 6'9 or under I always thought Brand was exceptional at it being only 6'7 1/2.

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    why is it easily mutumbo for those saying him?

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    Ben Wallace, Zo, Dikembe, Robinson, Dream, Duncan, Russell and Wilt. Take your pick, Ben Wallace was my favorite to watch if we're strictly talking about blocks.

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    isnt Hakeem the #1 all-time?

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    In terms of all time blocks yes, but BPG he's 3rd, and also theres tons of factors like longevity, so thats why I wanted to see what everyone thought

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    Spud Webb

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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerHouse View Post
    Easily Mt. Mutumbo.

    For guys 6'9 or under I always thought Brand was exceptional at it being only 6'7 1/2.
    Brand had like a 9 foot wing span is why haha

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    all time, block percentage seasons, by those who played more than 20 mpg

    http://www.basketball-reference.com/...der_by=blk_pct

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    Bol, Eaton, Bradley, Deke, but Serge is climbing the ranks, and I think Gobert will jump into it as well

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