View the players who grabbed the most rebounds in the NBA Playoffs. Whether these players were a center or a power forward, they were strong on the glass grabbing tons of rebounds in the playoffs and holding the records in the NBA for the most rebounds. The same few hold most of the NBA playoff rebounding records including Wilt Chamberlain, Bill Rusell, and Moses Malone
In a Three Game NBA Playoffs, the Most rebounds is held by Bill Russell with 84 rebounds for the Boston Celtics in 1957 and Moses Malone had 28 offensive rebounds for the Houston Rockets in the 1982 NBA playoffs. In a Four Game NBA playoff series, Bill Russell holds the NBA record for rebound with 118 rebounds on the Boston Celtics in 1959, which was over 29 rebounds in each game. In a Five Game NBA Playoff Series, Wilt Chamberlain dominated the post with 160 rebounds for the Philadelphia 76ers in 1967, and Larry Smith beat Moses Malone’s records with 36 rebounds for the Golden State Warriors in 1987. In a Six Game NBA Playoff Series, Wilt Chamberlain still has the record at 171 rebounds which is over 28 rebounds averaging in each of the 6 games and Moses Malone had 46 offensive boards for the Houston Rockets in 1981, In a Seven Game NBA Playoff Series, Wilt Chamberlain also has the record with the Philadelphia 76ers at 220 rebounds, an astounding 31 rebounds per game average, as on the offensive glass, both Wes Unseld and Dikembe Mutombo are tied with 45 rebounds on offense.
Wilt Chamberlain will go down in history as the best scorer and best rebounder in NBA playoffs history.
- Most Rebounds in NBA History
- Most NBA Rebounds Records
- Most NBA Playoff Game Offensive Rebounds
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