NBA 20,000 Point scorers

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Last updated: January 20, 2013
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Cleveland, Heat F
Lebron James
Sonics Jazz PF/C 1981-97
Tom Chambers
Spurs SG 1976-1986
George Gervin
The Admiral
David Robinson
Milwaukee/ St Louis PF 1954-65
Bob Pettit
1961 First Pick, Indiana C
Walt Bellamy
Golden State, Sacramento PG
Mitch Richmond
Syracuse, Philadelphia SG 1958-73
Hal Greer
UNC F, Toronto, Nets, Orlando, Dallas
Vince Carter
Celtic Great
Larry Bird
Seattle PG
Gary Payton
Rocket/Trailblazer SG
Clyde Drexler
Laker HOF F
Elgin Baylor
LA, Utah, Detroit former Denver coach
Adrian Dantley
San Antonio PF
Tim Duncan
Celtics C
Robert Parish
Kansas, Boston F
Paul Pierce
all time 3 point leader, SG
Ray Allen
Philadelphia. Phoenix, Houston PF
Charles Barkley
Mavericks PF
Dirk Nowitzki
1st pick 1996 Philly PG
Allen Iverson
Knicks C
Patrick Ewing
Wolves, Celtics PF
Kevin Garnett
Lakers SG 1960-74
Jerry West
Pacers SG UCLA
Reggie Miller
Denver F 1980-90
Alex English
Celtics SF 1962-78, Ohio State
John Havlicek
Atlanta Hawks, Windmill
Dominique Wilkins
Cinicnnati PG
Oscar Robertson
Houston C
Hakeem Olajuwon
Rockets, Bullets PF
Elvin Hayes
Chairman of the Board's Big Mo
Moses Malone
Orlando, Miami Laker C
Shaq O'Neal
Lakers SG
Kobe Bryant
Philadelphia and LA C
Wilt Chamberlain
Bulls SG, UNC
Michael Jordan
Mailman, Utah PF
Karl Malone
Lakers C, UCLA
Kareem Abdul- Jabbar
Level 67
Jan 19, 2013
If you're going to demand first and last names, then you should allow more time. Not to mention spelling Dominique and Chamberlain correctly. And why in the world would you insist that we type in Lew Alcindor rather than Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (note where the hyphen goes)? He changed his name; it's insulting to use his former name.