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List of National Basketball Association Annual Rebounding Leaders
Wilt Chamberlain won a record 11 rebounding titles in his career.

In basketball, a rebound is the act of gaining possession of the ball after a missed field goal or free throw. An offensive rebound occurs when a player recovers the ball after their own or a teammate's missed shot attempt, while a defensive rebound occurs when a player recovers the ball after an opponent's missed shot attempt.[1] The National Basketball Association's (NBA) rebounding title is awarded to the player with the highest rebounds per game average in a given season. It was first recognized in the 1950-51 season, which was the second season after the league was created in 1949 by merger of the 3-year-old BAA and 12-year-old NBL. Players who earned rebounding titles before the 1973-74 season did not record any offensive or defensive rebounds because statistics on them were not recorded before that season.[2] To qualify for the rebounding title, a player must appear in at least 70 games (out of 82) or have at least 800 rebounds. This has been the entry criteria since the 1974-75 season.[3] The rebounding title was originally determined by rebound total through the 1968-69 season, after which rebounds per game was used to determine the leader instead. The person with the most rebounds at the end of every season get 1.4 million dollars

Wilt Chamberlain holds the all-time records for total rebounds (2,149) and rebounds per game (27.2) in a season; both records were achieved in the 1960-61 season.[4] He also holds the rookie records for total rebounds, with 1,941 in the 1959-60 season.[5] Among active players, Dwight Howard has the highest season rebound total (1,161 in the 2007-08 season) and Kevin Love has the highest season rebounding average (15.23 in the 2010-11 season). At 22 years, 130 days, Howard is the youngest rebounding leader in NBA history (achieved in the 2007-08 season),[6] while Dennis Rodman is the oldest at 36 years, 341 days (achieved in the 1997-98 season).

Chamberlain has won the most rebounding titles in his career, with 11.[4]Dennis Rodman has won a record seven consecutive rebounding titles.[7]Moses Malone has won six rebounding titles. Dwight Howard has won five rebounding titles. Kevin Garnett and Bill Russell have won four rebounding titles each. Elvin Hayes, Dikembe Mutombo, Hakeem Olajuwon, Ben Wallace, and DeAndre Jordan are the only other players who have won the title multiple times. Five players have won the rebounding title and the NBA championship in the same season: Mikan in 1953 with the Minneapolis Lakers; Russell in 1959, 1964, and 1965 with the Boston Celtics; Chamberlain in 1967 and 1972 with the Philadelphia 76ers and the Los Angeles Lakers; Malone in 1983 with the 76ers; and Rodman in 1996, 1997, and 1998 with the Chicago Bulls.

Key

^ Denotes player who is still active in the NBA
* Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
Player (X) Denotes the number of times the player had been the
rebounding leader up to and including that season
G Guard F Forward C Center

Season leaders

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Bill Russell was the rebounding leader from 1958 to 1959 and from 1964 to 1965.
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Elvin Hayes was the rebounding leader in 1970 and 1974.
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Moses Malone was the rebounding leader in 1979 and from 1981 to 1985.
Dennis Rodman in 2001
Dennis Rodman was the rebounding leader from 1991 to 1998.
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Kevin Garnett was the rebounding leader from 2004 to 2007.
A black basketball player wearing a blue jersey smiles at the camera
Dwight Howard was the rebounding leader from 2008 to 2010 and from 2012 to 2013.
Season Player Pos.[a] Team Games
played
Offensive
rebounds
Defensive
rebounds
Total
rebounds
Rebounds
per game
References
1950-51 Dolph Schayes* F/C Syracuse Nationals 66 -- -- 1,080 16.36 [8][9]
1951-52 Larry Foust C Fort Wayne Pistons 66 -- -- 880 13.33 [8][10]
1951-52 Mel Hutchins C Milwaukee Hawks 66 -- -- 880 13.33 [8][11]
1952-53 George Mikan* C Minneapolis Lakers 70 -- -- 1,007 14.39 [8][12]
1953-54 Harry Gallatin* F/C New York Knicks 72 -- -- 1,098 15.25 [8][13]
1954-55 Neil Johnston* C Philadelphia Warriors 72 -- -- 1,085 15.07 [8][14]
1955-56 Bob Pettit* C St. Louis Hawks 72 -- -- 1,164 16.17 [8][15]
1956-57 Maurice Stokes* F Rochester Royals 72 -- -- 1,256 17.44 [8][16]
1957-58 Bill Russell* C Boston Celtics 69 -- -- 1,564 22.67 [8][17]
1958-59 Bill Russell* (2) C Boston Celtics 70 -- -- 1,612 23.03 [8][17]
1959-60 Wilt Chamberlain*[b] C Philadelphia Warriors 72 -- -- 1,941 26.96 [8][18]
1960-61 Wilt Chamberlain* (2)[c] C Philadelphia Warriors 79 -- -- 2,149 27.20 [8][18]
1961-62 Wilt Chamberlain* (3) C Philadelphia Warriors 80 -- -- 2,052 25.65 [8][18]
1962-63 Wilt Chamberlain* (4) C San Francisco Warriors 80 -- -- 1,946 24.32 [8][18]
1963-64 Bill Russell* (3) C Boston Celtics 78 -- -- 1,930 24.74 [8][17]
1964-65 Bill Russell* (4) C Boston Celtics 78 -- -- 1,878 24.08 [8][17]
1965-66 Wilt Chamberlain* (5) C Philadelphia 76ers 79 -- -- 1,943 24.59 [8][18]
1966-67 Wilt Chamberlain* (6) C Philadelphia 76ers 81 -- -- 1,957 24.16 [8][18]
1967-68 Wilt Chamberlain* (7) C Philadelphia 76ers 82 -- -- 1,952 23.80 [8][18]
1968-69 Wilt Chamberlain* (8) C Los Angeles Lakers 81 -- -- 1,712 21.14 [8][18]
1969-70 Elvin Hayes* C San Diego Rockets 82 -- -- 1,386 16.90 [8][19][20]
1970-71 Wilt Chamberlain* (9) C Los Angeles Lakers 82 -- -- 1,493 18.21 [8][18][21]
1971-72 Wilt Chamberlain* (10) C Los Angeles Lakers 82 -- -- 1,572 19.17 [8][18][22]
1972-73 Wilt Chamberlain* (11) C Los Angeles Lakers 82 -- -- 1,526 18.61 [8][18][23]
1973-74 Elvin Hayes* (2) F Capital Bullets 81 354 1,109 1,463 18.06 [8][20][24]
1974-75 Wes Unseld*[d] C/F Washington Bullets 73 318 759 1,077 14.75 [8][25][26]
1975-76 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar* C Los Angeles Lakers 82 272 1,111 1,383 16.87 [8][27][28]
1976-77 Bill Walton*[e] C/F Portland Trail Blazers 65 211 723 934 14.37 [8][29][30]
1977-78 Truck Robinson C/F New Orleans Jazz 82 298 990 1,288 15.71 [8][31][32]
1978-79 Moses Malone* C Houston Rockets 82 587 857 1,444 17.61 [8][33][34]
1979-80 Swen Nater C San Diego Clippers 81 352 864 1,216 15.01 [8][35][36]
1980-81 Moses Malone* (2) C Houston Rockets 80 474 706 1,180 14.75 [8][34][37]
1981-82 Moses Malone* (3) C Houston Rockets 81 558 630 1,188 14.67 [8][34][38]
1982-83 Moses Malone* (4) C Philadelphia 76ers 78 445 749 1,194 15.31 [8][34][39]
1983-84 Moses Malone* (5)[f] C Philadelphia 76ers 71 352 598 950 13.38 [8][34][40]
1984-85 Moses Malone* (6) C Philadelphia 76ers 79 385 646 1,031 13.05 [8][34][41]
1985-86 Bill Laimbeer C Detroit Pistons 82 305 770 1,075 13.11 [8][42][43]
1986-87 Charles Barkley*[g] F Philadelphia 76ers 68 390 604 994 14.62 [8][44][45]
1987-88 Michael Cage[h] F/C Los Angeles Clippers 72 371 567 938 13.03 [8][46][47]
1988-89 Akeem Olajuwon*[i] C Houston Rockets 82 338 767 1,105 13.48 [8][51][52]
1989-90 Akeem Olajuwon* (2) C Houston Rockets 82 299 850 1,149 14.01 [8][52][53]
1990-91 David Robinson* C San Antonio Spurs 82 335 728 1,063 12.96 [8][54][55]
1991-92 Dennis Rodman* F Detroit Pistons 82 523 1,007 1,530 18.66 [8][56][57]
1992-93 Dennis Rodman* (2) F Detroit Pistons 62 367 765 1,132 18.26 [8][57][58]
1993-94 Dennis Rodman* (3) F San Antonio Spurs 79 453 914 1,367 17.30 [8][57][59]
1994-95 Dennis Rodman* (4)[j] F San Antonio Spurs 49 274 549 823 16.80 [8][57][60]
1995-96 Dennis Rodman* (5)[k] F Chicago Bulls 64 356 596 952 14.88 [8][57][61]
1996-97 Dennis Rodman* (6)[l] F Chicago Bulls 55 320 563 883 16.05 [8][57][62]
1997-98 Dennis Rodman* (7) F Chicago Bulls 80 421 780 1,201 15.01 [8][57][63]
1998-99[m] Chris Webber[n] F/C Sacramento Kings 42 149 396 545 12.98 [8][65][66]
1999-00 Dikembe Mutombo* C Atlanta Hawks 82 304 853 1,157 14.11 [8][67][68]
2000-01 Dikembe Mutombo* (2)[o] C Atlanta Hawks
Philadelphia 76ers
75 307 708 1,015 13.53 [8][68][69]
2001-02 Ben Wallace[p] C/F Detroit Pistons 80 318 721 1,039 12.99 [8][70][71]
2002-03 Ben Wallace (2) C/F Detroit Pistons 73 293 833 1,126 15.42 [8][71][72]
2003-04 Kevin Garnett F/C Minnesota Timberwolves 82 245 894 1,139 13.89 [8][73][74]
2004-05 Kevin Garnett (2) F/C Minnesota Timberwolves 82 247 861 1,108 13.51 [8][74][75]
2005-06 Kevin Garnett (3)[q] F/C Minnesota Timberwolves 76 214 752 966 12.71 [8][74][76]
2006-07 Kevin Garnett (4)[r] F/C Minnesota Timberwolves 76 183 792 975 12.83 [8][74][77]
2007-08 Dwight Howard^ C Orlando Magic 82 279 882 1,161 14.16 [8][78][79]
2008-09 Dwight Howard^ (2) C Orlando Magic 79 336 757 1,093 13.84 [8][79]
2009-10 Dwight Howard^ (3) C Orlando Magic 82 284 798 1,082 13.20 [8][79]
2010-11 Kevin Love^ F/C Minnesota Timberwolves 73 330 782 1,112 15.23 [8][80]
2011-12[s] Dwight Howard^ (4) C Orlando Magic 54 200 585 785 14.54 [8][79]
2012-13 Dwight Howard^ (5)[t] C Los Angeles Lakers 76 251 694 945 12.43 [8][79][82]
2013-14 DeAndre Jordan^ C Los Angeles Clippers 82 331 783 1,114 13.59 [83]
2014-15 DeAndre Jordan^ (2) C Los Angeles Clippers 82 397 829 1,226 14.95 [84]
2015-16 Andre Drummond^ C Detroit Pistons 81 395 803 1,198 14.79 [85]
2016-17 Hassan Whiteside^ C Miami Heat 77 293 795 1,088 14.13 [86]
2017-18 Andre Drummond^ (2) C Detroit Pistons 78 399 848 1,247 15.99 [85]

Multiple-time leaders

Notes

  1. ^ The player's primary position is listed first.
  2. ^ Wilt Chamberlain holds the all-time rookie record for total rebounds.[5]
  3. ^ Wilt Chamberlain holds the all-time record for total rebounds and rebounds per game in a single season.[4][5]
  4. ^ In the 1974-75 season, Bob McAdoo and Sam Lacey both had higher rebound totals (1,155 and 1,149 respectively) but they ranked fourth and third in rebounding average (14.1 and 14.2 respectively).[25]
  5. ^ In the 1976-77 season, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Moses Malone, Artis Gilmore and Elvin Hayes all had higher rebound total (1,090, 1,072, 1,070 and 1,029 respectively) but they ranked second, third, fourth and sixth in rebounding average (13.3, 13.1, 13.0 and 12.5 respectively).[29]
  6. ^ In the 1983-84 season, Bill Laimbeer and Buck Williams both had higher rebound totals (1,003 and 1,000 respectively) but they ranked fourth and second in rebounding average (12.2 and 12.3 respectively).[40]
  7. ^ In the 1986-87 season, Charles Oakley and Buck Williams both had higher rebound totals (1,074 and 1,023 respectively) but they ranked second to third in rebounding average (13.1 and 12.5 respectively).[44]
  8. ^ In the 1987-88 season, Charles Oakley had the highest rebound total (1,066) but was second in rebounding average (13.0).[46]
  9. ^ When Olajuwon arrived in the United States, the University of Houston incorrectly spelled his first name "Akeem". He used that spelling until March 9, 1991, when he announced that he would add an H.[48][49][50]
  10. ^ In the 1994-95 season, Dennis Rodman had only played in 49 games and ranked tenth in rebound total. Dikembe Mutombo had the highest total (1,029).[60]
  11. ^ In the 1995-96 season, David Robinson had the highest rebound total (1,000) but was second in rebounding average (12.2).[61]
  12. ^ In the 1996-97 season, Dikembe Mutombo and Ervin Johnson both had higher rebound totals (929 and 913 respectively) but they ranked second and fourth in rebounding average (11.6 and 11.1 respectively).[62]
  13. ^ The 1998-99 season was shortened to 50 games due to the league's lockout.[64] The qualification of this season's rebounding title is to appear in at least 43 games (out of 50) or to have at least 488 rebounds.[3]
  14. ^ In the 1998-99 season, Dikembe Mutombo, Danny Fortson and Tim Duncan all had higher rebound totals (610, 581, and 571 respectively) but they ranked third to fifth in rebounding average (12.2, 11.6 and 11.4 respectively).[65]
  15. ^ In the 2000-01 season, Ben Wallace had the highest rebound total (1,052) but was second in rebounding average (13.2).[69]
  16. ^ In the 2001-02 season, Tim Duncan had the highest rebound total (1,042) but was second in rebounding average (12.7).[70]
  17. ^ In the 2005-06 season, Dwight Howard had the highest rebound total (1,022) but was second in rebounding average (12.5).[76]
  18. ^ In the 2006-07 season, Dwight Howard had the highest rebound total (1,008) but was third in rebounding average (12.3).[77]
  19. ^ The 2011-12 season was shortened to 66 games due to the league's lockout.[81] The qualification of this season's rebounding title is to appear in at least 57 games (out of 66) or to have at least 644 rebounds.[3]
  20. ^ In the 2012-13 season, Ömer Ak had the highest rebound total (956) but was third in rebounding average (11.7).[82]

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