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Lakers Top 50 Players for Single Season Blocks Total in the NBA Regular Season

Minneapolis and Los Angeles Lakers players with the best total in single season blocks in the NBA Regular Season.

Lakers Historical Records and Statistics:
Blocks in the NBA Regular Season

Single Season Total

In this page you can find the top 50 players for total blocks in single seasons in Lakers history. The list includes both the Minneapolis Lakers and the Los Angeles Lakers players.

Elmore Smith's Laker career was brief, but 2 years were enough to establish himself in the franchise books with almost all the blocks records. Among them he recorded the best season total with 393 in 1973-74. This is also the 3rd. best in NBA history.

Smith was sent to Milwaukee as a part of the trade for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who covers the next 4 spots of this list. Abdul-Jabbar has the NBA all-time third best blocks total and 13 of his 14 seasons with the Lakers appear in this top 50. Other blockers with many appearances here are Shaquille O'Neal, Elden Campbell and Vlade Divac.

Andrew Bynum and Pau Gasol are the Laker players from the 2011-12 roster on the list.

Elmore Smith
Elmore Smith

393 Blocks
in the 1973-74 Season

Notes:
- Stats updated on Apr 24, 2019.
- Total Rebounds were not recorded until 1950-51, steals, blocks, offensive and defensive rebounds until 1973-74, turnovers until 1977-78 and 3-pointers started in 1979-80.

Lakers Top 50 Players for Single Regular Season Total Blocks

Player Blocks Season Games Rebounds Assists Steals Points
1. Elmore Smith 393 1974 81 906 150 71 1,015
2. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 338 1976 82 1,383 413 119 2,275
3. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 316 1979 80 1,025 431 76 1,903
4. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 280 1980 82 886 371 81 2,034
5. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 261 1977 82 1,090 319 101 2,152
6. Shaquille O'Neal 239 2000 79 1,078 299 36 2,344
7. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 228 1981 80 821 272 59 2,095
8. Elmore Smith 216 1975 74 810 145 84 804
9. Elden Campbell 212 1996 82 623 181 88 1,143
10. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 207 1982 76 659 225 63 1,818
11. Shaquille O'Neal 204 2001 74 940 277 47 2,125
12. Dwight Howard 186 2013 76 945 108 84 1,296
13. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 185 1978 62 801 269 103 1,600
14. Vlade Divac 174 1995 80 829 329 109 1,277
15. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 170 1983 79 592 200 61 1,722
16. Shaquille O'Neal 166 2004 67 769 196 34 1,439
17. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 162 1985 79 622 249 63 1,735
18. Elden Campbell 159 1992 81 423 59 53 578
Shaquille O'Neal 159 2003 67 742 206 38 1,841
20. JaVale McGee 148 2019 75 566 52 47 897
21. Shaquille O'Neal 147 1997 51 640 159 46 1,336
22. Elden Campbell 146 1994 76 519 86 64 934
23. Shaquille O'Neal 144 1998 60 681 142 39 1,699
24. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 143 1984 80 587 211 55 1,717
25. Vlade Divac 140 1993 82 729 232 128 1,050
Player Blocks Season Games Rebounds Assists Steals Points
26. Shaquille O'Neal 137 2002 67 715 200 41 1,822
27. Elden Campbell 132 1995 73 445 92 69 913
28. Vlade Divac 131 1996 79 679 261 76 1,020
29. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 130 1986 79 478 280 67 1,846
Pau Gasol 130 2011 82 836 273 48 1,541
31. Andrew Bynum 128 2007 82 484 94 12 637
32. Vlade Divac 127 1991 82 666 92 106 921
33. Elden Campbell 117 1997 77 615 126 46 1,148
34. Andrew Bynum 116 2012 60 709 85 27 1,123
35. Vlade Divac 114 1990 82 512 75 79 701
36. Pau Gasol 113 2010 65 734 218 37 1,190
37. Vlade Divac 112 1994 79 851 307 92 1,123
38. Roy Hibbert 110 2016 81 398 95 32 481
39. Chris Mihm 108 2005 75 502 50 14 735
Ronny Turiaf 108 2008 78 306 128 28 516
41. Andrew Bynum 106 2011 54 508 73 19 612
42. Elden Campbell 102 1998 81 455 78 35 816
43. Elden Campbell 100 1993 79 332 48 59 606
44. Ed Davis 98 2015 79 600 94 49 656
Brook Lopez 98 2018 74 294 126 30 961
Lamar Odom 98 2009 78 637 204 77 885
47. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 97 1987 78 523 203 49 1,366
48. Jim Chones 96 1981 82 657 153 39 882
49. Andrew Bynum 94 2010 65 541 68 35 977
Robert Horry 94 1998 72 542 163 112 536
51. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 92 1988 80 478 135 48 1,165
Pau Gasol 92 2014 60 580 201 27 1,041
53. Andrew Bynum 90 2009 50 398 71 18 714
 
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