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Charles Barkley was the shortest NBA player ever to claim a rebounding title. When he retired, he was one of four players to record at least 20,000 points, 10,000 rebounds and 4,000 assists. Read about this Hall of Fame basketball player.

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Tom Gola

Tom Gola set an NCAA career rebounding record (2201) that has never been matched. He was a five time NBA All-Star and retired in 1966. He was elected to the NBA Hall of Fame in 1975. Learn more this five-time NBA All-Star and his career averages.

Dolph Schayes

Dolph Schayes played 706 consecutive games from 1952-1961. Only three players in NBA history have had longer skeins. Going pro the year before the founding of the NBA, Schayes finally retired in 1964.


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