List of National Basketball Association players with most blocks in a game

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This is a complete listing of National Basketball Association players who have blocked 10 or more shots in a game.

43 different players have blocked 10 or more shots in a game. It has occurred a total of 154 times (including the playoffs) in NBA history. Mark Eaton accomplished the feat more times than anyone else in league history (19), followed by Manute Bol (18). Eaton, Hakeem Olajuwon, and Andrew Bynum are the only players to block 10 or more shots in a playoff game.

The NBA did not record blocked shots until the 1973–74 season.

^ Active NBA player
* Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
Occurred in playoff competition
Blocks Player Team Date Opponent Score Minutes played Points Rebounds Assists Triple-double Led the league in blocks Notes Ref.
17 Smith, ElmoreElmore Smith Los Angeles Lakers October 28, 1973 Portland Trail Blazers 111–98 48 12 16 2 Yes Yes 11 blocks in a half, setting the NBA record. 6 blocks in one quarter; 5 blocks in the other quarter.
15 Bol, ManuteManute Bol Washington Bullets January 25, 1986 Atlanta Hawks 111–103 43 4 4 0 No Yes Rookie single-game record.
15 Bol, ManuteManute Bol (2) Washington Bullets February 26, 1987 Indiana Pacers 100–94 47 10 19 1 Yes No 8 blocks in the fourth quarter, tying the NBA record. 10 blocks in the second half.
15 O'Neal, ShaquilleShaquille O'Neal Orlando Magic November 20, 1993 New Jersey Nets 87–85 36 24 28 3 Yes No 20–20–15. 7 blocks in the first half. 5 blocks in the third quarter. 3 blocks in the fourth quarter, all three of which came in the last 7:15 of the game on shots by Armen Gilliam. O'Neal had "a slight cold".
14 Smith, ElmoreElmore Smith (2) Los Angeles Lakers October 26, 1973 Detroit Pistons 94–92 48 18 13 2 Yes Yes
14 Smith, ElmoreElmore Smith (3) Los Angeles Lakers November 4, 1973 Houston Rockets 106–93 45 9 18 2 No Yes Smith broke a bone in his cheek on a collision in the first quarter, but stayed in the game.
14 Eaton, MarkMark Eaton Utah Jazz January 18, 1985 Portland Trail Blazers 127–122 41 12 20 3 Yes Yes 9 blocks in first half. Eaton shot 1–12 from the field, prompting teammate Darrell Griffith to say, "It was a quadruple-double – points, blocks, rebounds and bricks."
14 Eaton, MarkMark Eaton (2) Utah Jazz February 18, 1989 San Antonio Spurs 107–93 41 8 9 1 No No 6 blocks in both the second and fourth quarters.
13 Johnson, George T.George T. Johnson San Antonio Spurs February 24, 1981 Golden State Warriors 131–126 28 9 9 0 No Yes 11 blocks in the second half, tying the NBA record. The Spurs combined for 20 blocks.
13 Eaton, MarkMark Eaton (3) Utah Jazz February 18, 1983 Portland Trail Blazers 97–101 41 16 9 2 No No 9 blocks in the first half. Rookie.
13 Dawkins, DarrylDarryl Dawkins New Jersey Nets November 5, 1983 Philadelphia 76ers 112–119 41 17 8 2 No No The Nets combined for 19 blocks.
13 Sampson, RalphRalph Sampson* Houston Rockets December 9, 1983 Chicago Bulls 115–112 49 28 18 5 Yes No Overtime. Rookie. The Rockets combined for 19 blocks.
13 Bol, ManuteManute Bol (3) Golden State Warriors February 2, 1990 New Jersey Nets 128–109 33 2 11 0 No No 8 blocks in the first half.
13 Bradley, ShawnShawn Bradley Dallas Mavericks April 7, 1998 Portland Trail Blazers 91–99 38 22 22 0 Yes No 20–20–10. Did not start game. Quarterly blocks of 5, 2, 1 and 5.
12 Thurmond, NateNate Thurmond* Chicago Bulls October 18, 1974 Atlanta Hawks 120–115 45 22 14 13 Yes No First quadruple-double in NBA history. Overtime. First game of season, and Thurmond's debut with the Chicago Bulls.
12 Johnson, George T.George T. Johnson (2) New Jersey Nets March 21, 1978 New Orleans Jazz 114–117 37 17 13 1 Yes Yes 9 blocks in the second half.
12 Rollins, Wayne "Tree"Wayne "Tree" Rollins Atlanta Hawks February 21, 1979 Portland Trail Blazers 106–83 27 11 13 0 Yes No Did not start game.
12 Eaton, MarkMark Eaton (4) Utah Jazz February 5, 1983 Denver Nuggets 136–143 35 12 14 6 Yes No Did not start game. Rookie.
12 Eaton, MarkMark Eaton (5) Utah Jazz March 17, 1984 Dallas Mavericks 118–103 30 6 6 2 No Yes 6 blocks in third quarter.
12 Eaton, MarkMark Eaton (6) Utah Jazz February 26, 1985 Dallas Mavericks 103–96 45 9 15 2 No Yes
12 Bol, ManuteManute Bol (4) Washington Bullets December 12, 1985 Milwaukee Bucks 110–108 48 18 9 1 No Yes Rookie. 8 blocks in the first quarter, setting the NBA record, and 11 blocks in the first half, tying the NBA record. Overtime.
12 Eaton, MarkMark Eaton (7) Utah Jazz November 1, 1986 Portland Trail Blazers 119–110 38 15 20 2 Yes Yes
12 Bol, ManuteManute Bol (5) Washington Bullets February 5, 1987 Cleveland Cavaliers 94–85 23 6 3 1 No No Did not start game. 8 blocks in the second half.
12 Olajuwon, HakeemHakeem Olajuwon* Houston Rockets March 10, 1987 Seattle SuperSonics 127–136 53 38 17 6 Yes No Five-by-five (7 steals). Double overtime.
12 Bol, ManuteManute Bol (6) Washington Bullets March 26, 1987 Boston Celtics 106–103 43 6 17 0 No No
12 Bol, ManuteManute Bol (7) Golden State Warriors February 22, 1989 San Antonio Spurs 118–107 30 7 6 0 No Yes Did not start game.
12 Olajuwon, HakeemHakeem Olajuwon* (2) Houston Rockets November 11, 1989 Utah Jazz 100–92 42 24 21 2 Yes Yes 20–20–10. 6 blocks in the second quarter.
12 Robinson, DavidDavid Robinson* San Antonio Spurs February 23, 1990 Minnesota Timberwolves 105–95 36 24 12 2 Yes No Rookie.
12 Mutombo, DikembeDikembe Mutombo Denver Nuggets April 18, 1993 Los Angeles Clippers 94–83 43 16 21 2 Yes No
12 Bradley, ShawnShawn Bradley (2) New Jersey Nets April 17, 1996 Toronto Raptors 107–95 37 11 10 2 Yes No 6 blocks in the first quarter; 8 blocks in the first half.
12 Divac, VladeVlade Divac Charlotte Hornets February 12, 1997 New Jersey Nets 113–100 41 18 9 2 No No Fouled out.
12 Clark, KeonKeon Clark Toronto Raptors March 23, 2001 Atlanta Hawks 112–86 28 13 8 2 No No Did not start game. The Raptors combined for 23 blocks, an NBA record at the time. Clark blocked 10 shots in the first half; 5 in both the first and second quarters.
12 McGee, JaValeJaVale McGee^ Washington Wizards March 15, 2011 Chicago Bulls 79–98 39:22 11 12 1 Yes No 7 blocks in the first half.
11 Smith, ElmoreElmore Smith (4) Los Angeles Lakers March 15, 1974 Golden State Warriors 107–112 40 25 12 0 Yes Yes George T. Johnson of the Warriors had 30 rebounds in 48 minutes in the same game.
11 Abdul-Jabbar, KareemKareem Abdul-Jabbar* Los Angeles Lakers December 3, 1975 Detroit Pistons 118–110 46 29 21 2 Yes Yes 20-20-10.
11 Johnson, George T.George T. Johnson (3) Golden State Warriors March 30, 1976 Chicago Bulls 94–84 29 6 8 0 No No
11 Gilmore, ArtisArtis Gilmore* Chicago Bulls December 20, 1977 Atlanta Hawks 94–86 41 35 15 Yes No 6 blocks in the fourth quarter, most of them at the end of the game to secure the win, and 9 blocks in the second half.
11 Hayes, ElvinElvin Hayes* Washington Bullets March 3, 1978 Detroit Pistons 124–108 47 22 27 0 Yes No 20-20-10. 7 blocks in the first half.
11 Parish, RobertRobert Parish* Golden State Warriors October 29, 1978 Cleveland Cavaliers 99–94 45 22 16 1 Yes No
11 Abdul-Jabbar, KareemKareem Abdul-Jabbar* (2) Los Angeles Lakers November 28, 1978 Detroit Pistons 103–105 43 27 16 4 Yes Yes The Lakers committed 29 turnovers in the loss.
11 Abdul-Jabbar, KareemKareem Abdul-Jabbar* (3) Los Angeles Lakers November 25, 1979 Kansas City Kings 111–110 41 25 15 3 Yes Yes 7 blocks in the second half.
11 Rollins, Wayne "Tree"Wayne "Tree" Rollins (2) Atlanta Hawks November 27, 1982 Indiana Pacers 117–98 36 10 15 2 Yes Yes
11 Eaton, MarkMark Eaton (8) Utah Jazz January 1, 1985 Indiana Pacers 117–119 38 4 13 5 No Yes
11 Olajuwon, HakeemHakeem Olajuwon* (3) Houston Rockets January 7, 1986 Golden State Warriors 124–115 40 26 12 7 Yes No Houston improved to 18–0 at home with the win.
11 Eaton, MarkMark Eaton (9) Utah Jazz March 17, 1987 Golden State Warriors 118–103 38 9 11 0 No Yes
11 Eaton, MarkMark Eaton (10) Utah Jazz December 30, 1988 Philadelphia 76ers 102–95 43 6 12 2 No No
11 Nance, LarryLarry Nance Cleveland Cavaliers January 7, 1989 New York Knicks 104–96 36 24 6 4 No No
11 Eaton, MarkMark Eaton (11) Utah Jazz January 12, 1989 San Antonio Spurs 115–91 37 7 17 3 No No
11 Bol, ManuteManute Bol (8) Golden State Warriors January 27, 1989 Philadelphia 76ers 112–113 21 2 4 0 No Yes
11 Robinson, DavidDavid Robinson* (2) San Antonio Spurs February 2, 1990 Charlotte Hornets 118–107 35 27 15 3 Yes No Rookie.
11 Olajuwon, HakeemHakeem Olajuwon* (4) Houston Rockets March 3, 1990 Golden State Warriors 129–109 40 29 18 9 Yes Yes Near quadruple-double, originally credited as one but one assist was officially discredited. Five-by-five (5 steals).
11 Olajuwon, HakeemHakeem Olajuwon* (5) Houston Rockets March 29, 1990 Milwaukee Bucks 120–94 40 18 16 10 Yes Yes Third quadruple-double in NBA history.
11 Olajuwon, HakeemHakeem Olajuwon* (6) Houston Rockets December 20, 1990 Orlando Magic 128–126 50 24 16 4 Yes Yes Overtime.
11 Robinson, DavidDavid Robinson* (3) San Antonio Spurs December 28, 1990 Sacramento Kings 104–88 35 27 13 2 Yes No
11 Robinson, DavidDavid Robinson* (4) San Antonio Spurs January 12, 1991 Utah Jazz 112–92 39 22 18 5 Yes No
11 Robinson, DavidDavid Robinson* (5) San Antonio Spurs February 4, 1992 Portland Trail Blazers 95–88 45 23 14 3 Yes Yes
11 Mutombo, DikembeDikembe Mutombo (2) Denver Nuggets November 26, 1993 Portland Trail Blazers 112–101 39 17 13 1 Yes Yes
11 Mutombo, DikembeDikembe Mutombo (3) Denver Nuggets April 5, 1994 Los Angeles Clippers 91–92 33 11 16 0 Yes Yes
11 Mutombo, DikembeDikembe Mutombo (4) Denver Nuggets April 7, 1994 Seattle SuperSonics 104–90 36 13 13 2 Yes Yes
11 Mutombo, DikembeDikembe Mutombo (5) Denver Nuggets November 8, 1994 Dallas Mavericks 115–107 46 12 14 2 Yes Yes
11 Bradley, ShawnShawn Bradley (3) New Jersey Nets March 14, 1996 Washington Bullets 92–100 41 19 17 3 Yes No
11 Bradley, ShawnShawn Bradley (4) New Jersey Nets December 21, 1996 Boston Celtics 101–100 42 17 15 4 Yes Yes
11 Bradley, ShawnShawn Bradley (5) New Jersey Nets February 6, 1997 Indiana Pacers 100–104 37 14 14 0 Yes Yes
11 Ostertag, GregGreg Ostertag Utah Jazz January 6, 1998 Philadelphia 76ers 98–95 49 3 9 4 No No Overtime.
11 Camby, MarcusMarcus Camby^ Toronto Raptors April 14, 1998 New Jersey Nets 96–92 43 15 12 2 Yes Yes
11 Mutombo, DikembeDikembe Mutombo (6) Atlanta Hawks February 15, 2000 New Jersey Nets 103–86 38 21 13 1 Yes No
11 Camby, MarcusMarcus Camby^ (2) Denver Nuggets January 17, 2008 Utah Jazz 120–109 43:44 8 24 1 No Yes
11 Ibaka, SergeSerge Ibaka^ Oklahoma City Thunder February 19, 2012 Denver Nuggets 124–118 40:41 14 15 0 Yes Yes 10 blocks in regulation, 1 in overtime. 8 blocks in the second half.
11 Hibbert, RoyRoy Hibbert^ Indiana Pacers November 21, 2012 New Orleans Hornets 115–107 36:27 10 11 1 Yes No 9 blocks in regulation, 2 in overtime.
11 Noah, JoakimJoakim Noah^ Chicago Bulls February 28, 2013 Philadelphia 76ers 93–82 45:00 23 21 1 Yes No 20–20–10.
10 Abdul-Jabbar, KareemKareem Abdul-Jabbar* (4) Milwaukee Bucks November 3, 1973 Detroit Pistons 123–115 53 19 16 5 Yes No Overtime.
10 Smith, ElmoreElmore Smith (6) Los Angeles Lakers November 30, 1973 Kansas City-Omaha Kings 123–107 44 14 10 3 Yes Yes
10 Smith, ElmoreElmore Smith (7) Los Angeles Lakers December 11, 1973 Cleveland Cavaliers 100–101 53 10 17 2 Yes Yes Overtime.
10 Smith, ElmoreElmore Smith (8) Los Angeles Lakers March 16, 1975 Golden State Warriors 111–95 42 7 22 7 No No
10 Catchings, HarveyHarvey Catchings Philadelphia 76ers March 21, 1975 Atlanta Hawks 114–103 20 4 5 1 No No All ten blocks in the second half. Did not start game. Rookie.
10 Abdul-Jabbar, KareemKareem Abdul-Jabbar* (5) Los Angeles Lakers November 2, 1975 Atlanta Hawks 116–113 49 39 23 5 Yes Yes 20-20-10. Overtime.
10 Johnson, George T.George T. Johnson (4) Golden State Warriors April 3, 1976 Seattle SuperSonics 130–115 26 10 6 1 No No Did not start game. 6 blocks in the second quarter. Fouled out.
10 Johnson, George T.George T. Johnson (5) New Jersey Nets October 26, 1977 Atlanta Hawks 110–113 35 7 12 3 No Yes Overtime.
10 Meriweather, JoeJoe Meriweather New Orleans Jazz October 28, 1977 Phoenix Suns 114–107 34 10 14 4 Yes No 9 blocks in second half.
10 Meriweather, JoeJoe Meriweather (2) New York Knicks December 12, 1979 Atlanta Hawks 102–114 31 12 6 0 No No
10 Abdul-Jabbar, KareemKareem Abdul-Jabbar* (6) Los Angeles Lakers January 18, 1980 Atlanta Hawks 108–102 39 28 15 2 Yes Yes
10 Johnson, George T.George T. Johnson (6) New Jersey Nets March 4, 1980 Indiana Pacers 114–109 36 8 11 3 No No
10 Rollins, Wayne "Tree"Wayne "Tree" Rollins (3) Atlanta Hawks March 14, 1980 Boston Celtics 88–87 39 5 23 2 No No
10 Poquette, BenBen Poquette Utah Jazz December 12, 1980 Chicago Bulls 98–118 40 16 5 2 No No
10 Jones, EdgarEdgar Jones Detroit Pistons December 17, 1981 Indiana Pacers 96–100 38 25 13 1 Yes No
10 Abdul-Jabbar, KareemKareem Abdul-Jabbar* (7) Los Angeles Lakers January 22, 1982 Detroit Pistons 123–111 35 19 10 0 Yes No
10 Rollins, Wayne "Tree"Wayne "Tree" Rollins (4) Atlanta Hawks December 21, 1982 Chicago Bulls 116–124 41 14 15 0 Yes Yes 7 blocks in the first half. Double overtime. The Hawks combined for 18 blocks.
10 Rollins, Wayne "Tree"Wayne "Tree" Rollins (5) Atlanta Hawks January 17, 1983 New Jersey Nets 102–96 39 13 9 1 No Yes
10 Rollins, Wayne "Tree"Wayne "Tree" Rollins (6) Atlanta Hawks March 29, 1983 Cleveland Cavaliers 95–82 35 6 9 1 No Yes 8 blocks in the first half.
10 Rollins, Wayne "Tree"Wayne "Tree" Rollins (7) Atlanta Hawks November 4, 1983 Chicago Bulls 103–90 36 15 11 2 Yes No
10 Eaton, MarkMark Eaton (12) Utah Jazz November 30, 1983 San Diego Clippers 117–115 37 15 9 1 No Yes
10 Rollins, Wayne "Tree"Wayne "Tree" Rollins (8) Atlanta Hawks December 13, 1983 Washington Bullets 94–89 38 2 5 0 No No
10 Eaton, MarkMark Eaton (13) Utah Jazz February 21, 1984 Chicago Bulls 117–95 33 7 12 2 No Yes
10 Eaton, MarkMark Eaton (14) Utah Jazz March 27, 1984 Kansas City Kings 110–106 31 6 10 2 No Yes Fouled out. Accounted for all of his team's blocks.
10 Eaton, MarkMark Eaton (15) Utah Jazz November 7, 1984 San Antonio Spurs 136–124 34 12 11 0 Yes Yes
10 Eaton, MarkMark Eaton (16) Utah Jazz February 1, 1985 Dallas Mavericks 121–109 42 12 20 1 Yes Yes 6 blocks in third quarter.
10 Gilmore, ArtisArtis Gilmore* (2) San Antonio Spurs February 4, 1985 Golden State Warriors 114–109 37 25 13 1 Yes No Overtime.
10 Eaton, MarkMark Eaton (17) Utah Jazz February 5, 1985 Portland Trail Blazers 106–126 36 17 10 2 Yes Yes
10 Eaton, MarkMark Eaton (18) Utah Jazz April 26, 1985 Houston Rockets 94–96 40 8 10 0 No 5 blocks in the first quarter, and 7 blocks in the first half.
10 Bol, ManuteManute Bol (9) Washington Bullets January 8, 1986 Phoenix Suns 97–109 37 2 7 1 No Yes Rookie.
10 Bol, ManuteManute Bol (10) Washington Bullets February 17, 1986 Los Angeles Clippers 96–94 38 8 13 0 No Yes Rookie. Bol accounted for all of his team's blocks.
10 Eaton, MarkMark Eaton (19) Utah Jazz February 22, 1986 Phoenix Suns 105–97 40 9 13 2 No No
10 Bol, ManuteManute Bol (11) Washington Bullets February 25, 1986 Indiana Pacers 87–100 30 0 5 0 No Yes Rookie.
10 Nance, LarryLarry Nance (2) Phoenix Suns January 4, 1988 Philadelphia 76ers 114–122 40 17 11 5 Yes No Fouled out.
10 Bol, ManuteManute Bol (12) Washington Bullets January 22, 1988 Golden State Warriors 115–91 15 6 10 0 No No Did not start game.
10 Benjamin, BenoitBenoit Benjamin Los Angeles Clippers January 29, 1988 Milwaukee Bucks 88–97 35 12 8 3 No No
10 Olajuwon, HakeemHakeem Olajuwon* (7) Houston Rockets April 21, 1988 San Antonio Spurs 116–117 42 38 10 4 Yes No
10 Bol, ManuteManute Bol (13) Golden State Warriors November 12, 1988 Portland Trail Blazers 107–100 34 3 10 0 No Yes Did not start game.
10 Bol, ManuteManute Bol (14) Golden State Warriors December 17, 1988 San Antonio Spurs 123–113 29 3 8 0 No Yes Did not start game.
10 Cooper, WayneWayne Cooper Denver Nuggets December 30, 1988 Miami Heat 109–83 25 6 13 1 No No
10 Bol, ManuteManute Bol (15) Golden State Warriors February 16, 1989 Los Angeles Clippers 143–138 32 2 5 0 No Yes Overtime. Did not start game.
10 Bol, ManuteManute Bol (16) Golden State Warriors March 10, 1989 Utah Jazz 112–126 27 8 5 0 No Yes Did not start game.
10 Benjamin, BenoitBenoit Benjamin (2) Los Angeles Clippers March 31, 1989 San Antonio Spurs 109–106 44 25 10 3 Yes No
10 Olajuwon, HakeemHakeem Olajuwon* (8) Houston Rockets December 17, 1989 Orlando Magic 109–94 43 32 25 2 Yes Yes 20–20–10.
10 Robinson, DavidDavid Robinson* (6) San Antonio Spurs February 20, 1990 Los Angeles Lakers 114–115 41 23 16 2 Yes No Rookie. Overtime.
10 Jones, CharlesCharles Jones Washington Bullets March 3, 1990 Orlando Magic 132–128 49 2 13 2 No No Double overtime.
10 Bol, ManuteManute Bol (17) Golden State Warriors March 12, 1990 Los Angeles Clippers 112–109 18 0 4 1 No No Did not start game. 7 blocks in a quarter. Block with 35 seconds left helped secure the win.
10 Olajuwon, HakeemHakeem Olajuwon* (9) Houston Rockets April 29, 1990 Los Angeles Lakers 100–104 43 11 11 1 Yes
10 Robinson, DavidDavid Robinson* (7) San Antonio Spurs January 10, 1991 Orlando Magic 117–111 41 43 12 3 Yes No 40–10–10.
10 Kemp, ShawnShawn Kemp Seattle SuperSonics January 18, 1991 Los Angeles Lakers 96–105 40 20 8 3 No No
10 Bol, ManuteManute Bol (18) Philadelphia 76ers February 14, 1991 Sacramento Kings 81–98 30 3 8 0 No No Did not start game.
10 Mutombo, DikembeDikembe Mutombo (7) Denver Nuggets March 10, 1992 Orlando Magic 89–82 42 13 8 1 No No Rookie.
10 Robinson, DavidDavid Robinson* (8) San Antonio Spurs November 10, 1992 Milwaukee Bucks 104–98 43 29 9 5 No No
10 Olajuwon, HakeemHakeem Olajuwon* (10) Houston Rockets January 3, 1993 Portland Trail Blazers 101–103 44 40 9 3 No Yes Overtime. Fouled out.
10 Mutombo, DikembeDikembe Mutombo (8) Denver Nuggets March 25, 1993 Golden State Warriors 99–88 40 21 16 2 Yes No
10 Robinson, DavidDavid Robinson* (9) San Antonio Spurs November 9, 1993 Minnesota Timberwolves 110–95 41 43 11 1 Yes No 40-10-10.
10 Mutombo, DikembeDikembe Mutombo (9) Denver Nuggets December 10, 1993 Utah Jazz 107–98 35 13 9 3 No Yes
10 Robinson, DavidDavid Robinson* (10) San Antonio Spurs February 17, 1994 Detroit Pistons 115–96 43 34 10 10 Yes No Fourth quadruple-double in NBA history.
10 Mutombo, DikembeDikembe Mutombo (10) Denver Nuggets April 2, 1995 Cleveland Cavaliers 104–101 47 18 18 1 Yes Yes
10 Mutombo, DikembeDikembe Mutombo (11) Denver Nuggets December 2, 1995 Minnesota Timberwolves 109–105 46 22 16 2 Yes Yes
10 Olajuwon, HakeemHakeem Olajuwon* (11) Houston Rockets December 13, 1995 Vancouver Grizzlies 100–89 38 15 14 3 Yes No
10 Bradley, ShawnShawn Bradley (6) New Jersey Nets March 12, 1996 Phoenix Suns 88–98 33 8 12 4 No No
10 Olajuwon, HakeemHakeem Olajuwon* (12) Houston Rockets April 13, 1996 Dallas Mavericks 112–111 32 31 13 6 Yes No
10 Bradley, ShawnShawn Bradley (7) New Jersey Nets April 19, 1996 Boston Celtics 106–112 32 17 13 0 Yes No
10 Bradley, ShawnShawn Bradley (8) New Jersey Nets November 8, 1996 Orlando Magic 82–86 28 6 10 0 No Yes
10 Bradley, ShawnShawn Bradley (9) New Jersey Nets November 23, 1996 Dallas Mavericks 114–91 25 8 12 0 No Yes
10 Bradley, ShawnShawn Bradley (10) Dallas Mavericks March 4, 1997 Los Angeles Lakers 92–102 26 12 9 0 No Yes 6 blocks in the third quarter; 8 blocks in the second half.
10 Camby, MarcusMarcus Camby^ (3) Toronto Raptors April 19, 1998 Philadelphia 76ers 78–107 30 13 11 1 Yes Yes Last game of season.
10 Mutombo, DikembeDikembe Mutombo (12) Philadelphia 76ers December 1, 2001 Chicago Bulls 93–76 39 16 19 0 Yes No 8 blocks in the third quarter, tying the NBA record, and 9 blocks in the second half.
10 Wallace, BenBen Wallace Detroit Pistons February 24, 2002 Milwaukee Bucks 82–89 39 10 17 1 Yes Yes
10 Wallace, BenBen Wallace (2) Detroit Pistons November 20, 2002 Miami Heat 79–68 43 12 19 1 Yes No
10 O'Neal, JermaineJermaine O'Neal^ Indiana Pacers January 22, 2003 Toronto Raptors 101–98 43 18 10 3 Yes No
10 Mutombo, DikembeDikembe Mutombo (13) New York Knicks January 4, 2004 New Jersey Nets 85–95 42 4 5 0 No No
10 Booth, CalvinCalvin Booth Seattle SuperSonics January 13, 2004 Cleveland Cavaliers 96–104 17 2 0 0 No No
10 Stoudemire, Amar'eAmar'e Stoudemire^ Phoenix Suns February 7, 2004 Utah Jazz 92–96 39 20 6 1 No No 6 blocks in the first quarter; 7 blocks in the first half.
10 Smith, JoshJosh Smith^ Atlanta Hawks December 18, 2004 Dallas Mavericks 68–90 34 9 7 4 No No At 19 years and 13 days old, Smith became the youngest player to record 10 or more blocks. Rookie.
10 Kirilenko, AndreiAndrei Kirilenko^ Utah Jazz March 25, 2006 Sacramento Kings 89–91 39:49 15 14 3 Yes No
10 Okafor, EmekaEmeka Okafor^ Charlotte Bobcats January 12, 2007 New York Knicks 126–110 41:39 20 9 1 No No
10 Camby, MarcusMarcus Camby^ (4) Denver Nuggets December 26, 2007 Milwaukee Bucks 125–105 30:12 10 11 5 Yes Yes
10 Howard, DwightDwight Howard^ Orlando Magic November 12, 2008 Oklahoma City Thunder 109–92 38:06 30 19 3 Yes Yes 7 blocks in the first half.
10 Ibaka, SergeSerge Ibaka^ (2) Oklahoma City Thunder February 1, 2012 Dallas Mavericks 95–86 39:59 4 11 1 No Yes
10 Ibaka, SergeSerge Ibaka^ (3) Oklahoma City Thunder February 9, 2012 Sacramento Kings 101–106 30:26 6 9 0 No Yes
10 Bynum, AndrewAndrew Bynum^ Los Angeles Lakers April 29, 2012 Denver Nuggets 103–88 35:32 10 13 0 Yes No
10 Sanders, LarryLarry Sanders^ Milwaukee Bucks November 30, 2012 Minnesota Timberwolves 85–95 32:08 10 12 1 Yes No

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References[edit]

  • Sporting News, The (2005). 2005–06 Official NBA Guide.