The top 5 NBA players with the most wins at age 25

The top 5 NBA players with the most wins at age 25

Even though LeBron James only has a few years left in his career, the NBA’s future is in good hands. There are other players in the league, like Jayson Tatum, Luka Doncic, and Anthony Edwards, who have the potential to continue the legacy of players like LeBron James, Kevin Durant, and Steph Curry.

Tatum, the star of the Boston Celtics, recently moved up the list of players who have the most victories at age 25. Tatum, who turns 26 on Saturday, had already won 325 games at the age of 25. Before he turns 26, he has two more games to play. At the age of 25, just four players have won more games than Tatum.

Top 5 NBA Players with Most Wins by Age 25

5. Jayson Tatum, 325

Some would argue that Jayson Tatum’s development into one of the NBA’s best players is due to his early commitments. . During his rookie season, when Kyrie Irving, then with the Celtics, was injured and missed the postseason, much of the responsibility for the offense fell on Tatum’s shoulders, and he answered the call.

He has made the playoffs every season since he joined the Celtics. Additionally, he was the offensive leader in every playoff series. The Celtics will be in the playoffs again because they are the best team in the league.

Tatum averaged 23.0 points per game and shot 46.0% from the field (including 37.4% from long range) during his career.

Tatum finished third in Rookie of the Year voting in 2017-18. He finished 12th in MVP voting in his third year, sixth in his fifth season, and fourth in his sixth season. He was named an All-Star in five seasons. Additionally, he is the only player on the list to have attended college.

4. Dwight Howard, 331

Dwight Howard is indelible when it comes to the greatest defensive players in NBA history. The former star of the Los Angeles Lakers, who was chosen by the Orlando Magic in 2004, finished his career with 331 wins at the age of 25.

Over a period of 18 years, Howard won three Defensive Player of the Year awards and eight All-Star selections (2008–09 through 2010–11). Additionally, he has five times placed among the top 10 candidates for MVP.

Howard averaged 15.7 ppg while shooting 58.7% for seven different clubs. In 2020, he also took home a championship with the Lakers. Howard competes in the Dubai International Basketball Championship for Strong Group right now.

3. LeBron James, 364

LeBron James has established himself as one of the greatest players in NBA history. In his 21 years, his name is in almost every record book. He is a 20-time All-Star (the most for a player), is the league’s leading scorer and ranks fourth in total assists.

James won his 364th game with the Cleveland Cavaliers when he was 25 years old. At age 26, he joined the Miami Heat and won his first two championships with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh.

James he’s a four time champion and his four Finals MVP. He also won four league MVP awards, the most of any active player. He is also the only player in NBA history to win a championship with every team he played against.

1. (tie), Kobe Bryant, 391

Kobe Bryant entered the NBA straight out of high school. Despite having difficulty in his early career, Bryant’s style of play eventually served as a model for other athletes. Following his 18-year-old draft selection by the LA Lakers in 1996, Bryant played his whole career in Los Angeles.

Bryant played with the great Shaquille O’Neal, and the duo won three championships before Shaq was traded to the Miami Heat. Bryant went on to win two more championships. He has won League MVP once and Finals MVP twice.

Bryant played 20 seasons, averaging 25.0 points and shooting 44.7 percent from the field, including 32.9 percent from the 3-point line.

1. (Tie), Tony Parker, 391

Tony Parker played with the likes of Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili. Under coach Gregg Popovich, the trio won four championships (Duncan won five). He was also named NBA Finals MVP in the 2007 Finals.

Parker played 18 seasons with the San Antonio Spurs and his final season with the Charlotte Hornets. He averaged 15.5 points on 49.1 percent shooting, including 32.4 percent from the 3-point line. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame.

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