List of career achievements by Hakeem Olajuwon

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This page details the career achievements of Nigerian American basketball player Hakeem Olajuwon.

NBA statistics[edit]

Denotes seasons in which Olajuwon won an NBA Championship
Led the league
Bold Denotes career highs
  GP Games played   GS  Games started  MIN  Minutes per game
 FG%  Field-goal percentage  3P%  3-point field-goal percentage  FT%  Free-throw percentage
 OFF  Offensive rebounds per game  DEF  Defensive rebounds per game  REB  Total rebounds per game
 AST  Assists per game  STL  Steals per game  BLK  Blocks per game
 TOV  Turnovers per game  PF  Fouls per game  PTS  Points per game

Averages[edit]

Season Age Team GP GS MIN FG% 3P% FT% OFF DEF REB AST STL BLK TOV PF PTS
1984–85 22 Houston 82 82 35.5 .538 .613 5.4 6.5 11.9 1.4 1.2 2.7 2.9 4.2 20.6
1985–86 23 Houston 68 68 36.3 .526 .645 4.9 6.6 11.5 2.0 2.0 3.4 2.9 4.0 23.5
1986–87 24 Houston 75 75 36.8 .508 .200 .702 4.2 7.2 11.4 2.9 1.9 3.4 3.0 3.9 23.4
1987–88 25 Houston 79 79 35.8 .514 .000 .695 3.8 8.3 12.1 2.1 2.1 2.7 3.1 4.1 22.8
1988–89 26 Houston 82 82 36.9 .508 .000 .696 4.1 9.4 13.5 1.8 2.6 3.4 3.4 4.0 24.8
1989–90 27 Houston 82 82 38.1 .501 .167 .713 3.6 10.4 14.0 2.9 2.1 4.6 3.9 3.8 24.3
1990–91 28 Houston 56 50 36.8 .508 .000 .769 3.9 9.8 13.8 2.3 2.2 3.9 3.1 3.9 21.2
1991–92 29 Houston 70 69 37.7 .502 .000 .766 3.5 8.6 12.1 2.2 1.8 4.3 2.7 3.8 21.6
1992–93 30 Houston 82 82 39.5 .529 .000 .779 3.5 9.6 13.0 3.5 1.8 4.2 3.2 3.7 26.1
1993–94 31 Houston 80 80 41.0 .528 .421 .716 2.9 9.1 11.9 3.6 1.6 3.7 3.4 3.6 27.3
1994–95 32 Houston 72 72 39.6 .517 .188 .756 2.4 8.4 10.8 3.5 1.8 3.4 3.3 3.5 27.8
1995–96 33 Houston 72 72 38.8 .514 .214 .724 2.4 8.4 10.9 3.6 1.6 2.9 3.4 3.4 26.9
1996–97 34 Houston 78 78 36.6 .510 .313 .787 2.2 7.0 9.2 3.0 1.5 2.2 3.6 3.2 23.2
1997–98 35 Houston 47 45 34.7 .483 .000 .755 2.5 7.3 9.8 3.0 1.8 2.0 2.7 3.2 16.4
1998–99 36 Houston 50 50 35.7 .514 .308 .717 2.1 7.4 9.6 1.8 1.6 2.5 2.8 3.2 18.9
1999–2000 37 Houston 44 28 23.8 .458 .000 .616 1.5 4.8 6.2 1.4 0.9 1.6 1.7 2.0 10.3
2000–01 38 Houston 58 55 26.6 .498 .000 .621 2.1 5.3 7.4 1.2 1.2 1.5 1.4 2.4 11.9
2001–02 39 Toronto 61 37 22.6 .464 .000 .560 1.6 4.4 6.0 1.1 1.2 1.5 1.6 2.4 7.1
Career 1,238 1,186 35.7 .512 .202 .712 3.3 7.8 11.1 2.5 1.7 3.1 3.0 3.5 21.8
Playoffs 145 140 39.6 .528 .222 .719 3.2 7.9 11.2 3.2 1.7 3.3 2.9 3.9 25.9
All-Star 12 8 23.2 .409 1.000 .520 3.2 4.7 7.8 1.4 1.3 1.9 2.2 2.6 9.8

Totals[edit]

Season Age Team GP GS MIN FGM FGA 3PM 3PA FTM FTA OFF DEF REB AST STL BLK TOV PF PTS
1984–85 22 Houston 82 82 2,914 677 1,258 0 0 338 551 440 534 974 111 99 220 234 344 1,692
1985–86 23 Houston 68 68 2,467 625 1,188 0 0 347 538 333 448 781 137 134 231 195 271 1,597
1986–87 24 Houston 75 75 2,760 677 1,332 1 5 400 570 315 543 858 220 140 254 228 294 1,755
1987–88 25 Houston 79 79 2,825 712 1,385 0 4 381 548 302 657 959 163 162 214 243 324 1,805
1988–89 26 Houston 82 82 3,024 790 1,556 0 10 454 652 338 767 1,105 149 213 282 275 329 2,034
1989–90 27 Houston 82 82 3,124 806 1,609 1 6 382 536 299 850 1,149 234 174 376 316 314 1,995
1990–91 28 Houston 56 50 2,062 487 959 0 4 213 277 219 551 770 131 121 221 174 221 1,187
1991–92 29 Houston 70 69 2,636 591 1,177 0 1 328 428 246 599 845 157 127 304 187 263 1,510
1992–93 30 Houston 82 82 3,242 848 1,603 0 8 444 570 283 785 1,068 291 150 342 262 305 2,140
1993–94 31 Houston 80 80 3,277 894 1,694 8 19 388 542 229 726 955 287 128 297 271 289 2,184
1994–95 32 Houston 72 72 2,853 798 1,545 3 16 406 537 172 603 775 255 133 242 237 250 2,005
1995–96 33 Houston 72 72 2,797 768 1,494 3 14 397 548 176 608 784 257 113 207 247 242 1,936
1996–97 34 Houston 78 78 2,852 727 1,426 5 16 351 446 173 543 716 236 117 173 281 249 1,810
1997–98 35 Houston 47 45 1,633 306 633 0 3 160 212 116 344 460 143 84 96 126 152 772
1998–99 36 Houston 50 50 1,784 373 725 4 13 195 272 106 372 478 88 82 123 139 160 945
1999–2000 37 Houston 44 28 1,049 193 421 0 2 69 112 65 209 274 61 41 70 73 88 455
2000–01 38 Houston 58 55 1,545 283 568 0 1 123 198 124 307 431 72 70 88 81 141 689
2001–02 39 Toronto 61 37 1,378 194 418 0 2 47 84 98 268 366 66 74 90 98 147 435
Career 1,238 1,186 44,222 10,749 20,991 25 124 5,423 7,621 4,034 9,714 13,748 3,058 2,162 3,830 3,667 4,383 26,946
Playoffs 145 140 5,749 1,504 2,847 4 18 743 1,034 471 1,150 1,621 458 245 472 424 562 3,755
All-Star 12 8 278 45 110 1 1 26 50 38 56 94 17 15 23 26 31 117

Career highs[edit]

Top shot-blocking efforts[edit]

Occurred in playoff competition
Quadruple-double (third in NBA history)
Blocks Opponent Home/Away Date Minutes
played
Points Rebounds Assists Steals
12 (2 OT) Seattle SuperSonics Home March 10, 1987 53 38 17 6 7
12 Utah Jazz Home November 11, 1989 42 24 21 2 5
11 Golden State Warriors Home January 7, 1986 40 26 12 7 2
11 Golden State Warriors Home March 3, 1990 40 29 18 9 5
11 Milwaukee Bucks Home March 29, 1990 40 18 16 10 1
11 (OT) Orlando Magic Home December 20, 1990 50 24 16 4 2
10 San Antonio Spurs Home April 21, 1988 42 38 10 4 5
10 Orlando Magic Home December 17, 1989 43 32 25 2 3
10 Los Angeles Lakers Away April 29, 1990 43 11 11 1 2
10 (OT) Portland Trail Blazers Away January 3, 1993 44 40 9 3 1
10 Vancouver Grizzlies Away December 13, 1995 38 15 14 3 1
10 Dallas Mavericks Home April 13, 1996 32 31 13 6 0

Regular season[edit]

Stat High Opponent Date
Points 52 vs. Denver Nuggets April 19, 1990
Points 51 vs. Boston Celtics January 18, 1996
Field goal percentage 15—17 (.882) vs. Minnesota Timberwolves November 11, 1993
Field goals made 24 vs. Denver Nuggets January 30, 1997
Field goal attempts 40 vs. Denver Nuggets January 30, 1997
Free throws made, none missed 13—13 vs. San Antonio Spurs April 30, 1993
Free throws made, none missed 13—13 vs. Minnesota Timberwolves March 25, 1997
Free throws made 17 vs. Utah Jazz January 10, 1993
Free throw attempts 20 vs. Orlando Magic December 17, 1989
Rebounds 25 at New York Knicks February 14, 1985
Rebounds 25 at New York Knicks February 21, 1989
Rebounds 25 vs. Orlando Magic December 17, 1989
Rebounds 25 at Detroit Pistons February 27, 1990
Offensive rebounds 15 at New York Knicks February 14, 1985
Defensive rebounds 22 at Detroit Pistons February 27, 1990
Assists 12 at Golden State Warriors December 1, 1994
Steals 8 at Cleveland Cavaliers November 19, 1987
Steals 8 (OT) at Miami Heat April 8, 1989
Steals 8 vs. Los Angeles Clippers November 27, 1990
Turnovers 11 vs. Denver Nuggets April 19, 1990
Minutes played 53 (2 OT) vs. Seattle SuperSonics March 10, 1987

Playoffs[edit]

Stat High Opponent Date
Points 49 (2 OT) at Seattle SuperSonics May 14, 1987
Points 46 vs. Portland Trail Blazers May 1, 1994
Field goals made 20 at Utah Jazz April 27, 1995
Field goal attempts 34 vs. Phoenix Suns May 14, 1995
Free throws made, none missed 13—13 vs. Utah Jazz May 25, 1994
Free throws made 18 vs. Los Angeles Clippers May 1, 1993
Free throw attempts 20 vs. Los Angeles Lakers May 18, 1986
Free throw attempts 20 vs. Los Angeles Clippers May 1, 1993
Free throw attempts 20 at Utah Jazz May 7, 1995
Rebounds 26 at Dallas Mavericks April 30, 1988
Rebounds 25 (2 OT) at Seattle SuperSonics May 14, 1987
Offensive rebounds 11 (2 OT) at Seattle SuperSonics May 14, 1987
Defensive rebounds 19 at Dallas Mavericks April 30, 1988
Assists 10 vs. Phoenix Suns May 18, 1995
Steals 6 vs. Denver Nuggets April 26, 1986
Blocked shots 10 at Los Angeles Lakers April 29, 1990
Blocked shots 9 vs. Los Angeles Clippers April 29, 1993

NBA regular season leader[edit]

  • Blocks per game: 1990 (4.6), 1991 (3.9), 1993 (4.2)
  • Rebounding: 1989 (13.5), 1990 (14.0)
  • Offensive rebounds: 1985 (440)
  • Defensive rebounds: 1989 (767), 1990 (850)
  • Total rebounds: 1989 (1,105), 1990 (1,149)
  • Blocks: 1990 (376), 1993 (342)
  • Personal fouls: 1985 (344)
  • Field goal attempts: 1994 (1,694)
  • Games played: 1985 (82), 1989 (82), 1990 (82), 1999 (50)

Achievements[edit]

  • 2× NBA champion (1994, '95)
  • 2× NBA Finals MVP (1994, '95)
  • 1× NBA MVP (1994)
  • 2× Defensive Player of Year (1993, '94)
  • 6× All-NBA First Team (1987, '88, '89, '93, '94, '97)
  • 3× All-NBA Second Team ('86, '90, '96)
  • 3× All-NBA Third Team (1991, '95, '99)
  • 5× All-Defensive First Team ('87, '88, '90, '93, '94)
  • 4× All-Defensive Second Team ('85, '91, '96, '97)
  • 12× All-Star
  • Olympic gold medalist (1996)
  • Named one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History (1996).
  • Olajuwon ended his career in the top ten all-time in blocks, scoring, rebounding, and steals. He is the only player in NBA history to retire in the top ten for all four categories (he is now 11th all-time in rebounding).
  • Olajuwon was elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as a member of the class of 2008.[1]
  • Ranked #13 in SLAM Magazine's 2009 revision of the top 50 greatest players of all time (published in the August 2009 issue)[2]

NBA records[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Third player in NBA history to record a quadruple-double in a game: Houston Rockets (120) vs. Milwaukee Bucks (94), March 29, 1990

Seasons leading the league in defensive rebounds: 2 (1988–891989–90)

Consecutive seasons leading the league in defensive rebounds: 2 (1988–891989–90)

Blocked shots, career: 3,830

Consecutive seasons leading the league in blocked shots: 2 (1989–901990–91)

Steals by a center, career: 2,162

Steals by a center, season: 213 (1988–89)

  • Also holds second (see below)

Five by fives, career: 6

Only player in NBA history to record 200 blocks and 200 steals in the same season: 282 blocks, 213 steals (1988–89)

Seasons with 200 blocks and 100 steals: 11 (1985–861995–96)

  • Only twelve players in NBA history have achieved this feat in the same season.

Third player in NBA history to lead the league in blocks and rebounding in the same season: 14.0 rebounds and 4.6 blocks per game (1989–90)

Only player in NBA history to win regular season MVP, Finals MVP and Defensive Player of the Year awards in the same season (1993–94)

Only center in NBA history to record at least 200 steals in a season

Closest player in NBA history to recording a quintuple double

  • 38 points, 17 rebounds, 6 assists, 7 steals, 12 blocks in a double-overtime game against the Seattle SuperSonics on March 10, 1987
  • 28 points, 19 rebounds, 9 assists, 5 steals, 11 blocks in a regulation game against the Golden State Warriors on March 3, 1990

Only player in NBA history to lead his team in averaging 4 out of 5 main categories for 8 straight seasons (minimum 50 games)

  • Olajuwon led his team in averaging points, rebounds, steals, and blocks from the 1985/86 to 1992/93 seasons, and again in 1994/95

Playoffs[edit]

Only player in NBA history to lead his team in all 5 categories (points, rebounds, assists, steals, blocks) on to the NBA title: (1994 NBA Playoffs)

Only player in NBA history to win an NBA Championship without a Hall of Famer or All star In the 4-Round Playoff Format: (1994 NBA Playoffs)

Scoring 30 or more points in all games, any playoff series: twice

Points, 4-game series: 150, vs. Dallas Mavericks, 1988 Western Conference First Round (37.5 ppg)

Field goals made, one postseason: 306 (1995)

Field goal attempts, 4-game series: 116, vs. Orlando Magic (1995 NBA Finals)

Offensive rebounds, 5-game series: 33, vs. Utah Jazz, 1985 Western Conference First Round

Steals, quarter: 4, at Los Angeles Lakers, April 25, 1996

  • Tied with many other players

Highest average, blocked shots per game, career: 3.3 (472/145)

Blocked shots, one postseason: 92 (1994)

Blocked shots, 4-game series: 23, vs. Los Angeles Lakers, 1990 Western Conference First Round (5.8 bpg)

  • Also holds second (see below)

Blocked shots, 5-game series: 29, vs. Los Angeles Clippers, 1993 Western Conference First Round (5.8 bpg)

Blocked shots, 7-game series: 30, vs. Seattle SuperSonics, 1993 Western Conference Semifinals (4.3 bpg)

  • Broken by Dikembe Mutombo in 1994

Blocked shots, game: 10, at Los Angeles Lakers, April 29, 1990

Blocked shots, half: 7, vs. Portland Trail Blazers, April 28, 1987

Blocked shots, quarter: 5, third quarter, at Utah Jazz, April 23, 1998

  • Broken by Dwight Howard on April 18, 2010

Part of the second pair of players in NBA playoff history to score 40 or more points in the same game: Houston Rockets at Dallas Mavericks, April 30, 1988
Olajuwon: 41 points
Eric "Sleepy" Floyd: 42 points

Part of the third pair of players in NBA playoff history to score 40 or more points in the same game: Houston Rockets vs. Utah Jazz, May 5, 1995
Olajuwon: 40 points
Clyde Drexler: 41 points

Part of the only time in NBA playoff history when four players scored 30 or more points in the same game: Houston Rockets at Orlando Magic, June 9, 1995
Olaujuwon (Houston Rockets): 34 points
Sam Cassell (Houston Rockets): 31 points (off the bench)
Shaquille O'Neal (Orlando Magic): 33 points
Anfernee Hardaway (Orlando Magic): 32 points

Since 1985, the closest player in history to record a five-by-five during a playoff game

On four separate occasions, Olajuwon was 1 steal shy of recording a five-by-five in a playoff game

  • Game 1 of the 1987 Western Conference First Round against the Portland Trail Blazers
  • Game 4 of the 1987 Western Conference First Round against the Portland Trail Blazers
  • Game 1 of the 1993 Western Conference First Round against the Los Angeles Clippers
  • Game 5 of the 1994 Western Conference Finals against the Utah Jazz

Olajuwon was also one assist shy of recording a five-by-five in a playoff game on another occasion

  • Game 1 of the 1986 Western Conference Semifinals against the Denver Nuggets

Chris Webber was also 1 steal shy of a playoff five-by-five in Game 4 of the 2000 Western Conference First Round against the Sacramento Kings

All-time leader in playoff five-by-fours (at least 4 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists, 4 steals, and 4 blocks)

Olajuwon did this on a record 8 different occasions

  • Game 1 of the 1986 Western Conference Semifinals against the Denver Nuggets
  • Game 1 of the 1987 Western Conference First Round against the Portland Trail Blazers
  • Game 4 of the 1987 Western Conference First Round against the Portland Trail Blazers
  • Game 1 of the 1993 Western Conference First Round against the Los Angeles Clippers
  • Game 2 of the 1994 Western Conference First Round against the Portland Trail Blazers
  • Game 3 of the 1994 Western Conference Finals against the Utah Jazz
  • Game 5 of the 1994 Western Conference Finals against the Utah Jazz
  • Game 2 of the 1997 Western Conference First round against the Minnesota Timberwolves

NBA Finals[edit]

Points, 4-game series: 131, vs. Orlando Magic, 1995

Scoring 30 or more points in all games, any championship series: 4 games, vs. Orlando Magic, 1995

  • Also achieved by Elgin Baylor (7 games, Los Angeles Lakers vs. Boston Celtics, 1962), Rick Barry (6 games, San Francisco Warriors vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 1967), Michael Jordan (6 games, Chicago Bulls vs. Phoenix Suns, 1993), and Shaquille O'Neal (6 games, Los Angeles Lakers vs. Indiana Pacers, 2000, and 4 games, Los Angeles Lakers vs. New Jersey Nets, 2002)

Field goals made, 4-game series: 56, vs. Orlando Magic, 1995

Field goal attempts, 4-game series: 116, vs. Orlando Magic, 1995

Blocked shots, game: 8, vs. Boston Celtics, June 5, 1986

  • Broken by Dwight Howard on June 11, 2009

All-Star Game[edit]

Offensive rebounds, game: 9 (1990)

Blocked shots, half: 4 (1994)

Personal fouls, game: 6 (OT) (1987)

Ranks 2nd in NBA history[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Seasons leading the league in blocked shots: 3 (1989–901990–91, 1992–93)

Blocked shots, quarter: 7, fourth quarter, at Sacramento Kings, January 19, 1988

Steals by a center, season: 174 (1989–90)

  • Also holds the record (see above)

Playoffs[edit]

Points, one postseason: 725 (1995)

Field goals made, 4-game series: 56, twice
56, vs. Dallas Mavericks, 1988 Western Conference First Round
56, vs. Orlando Magic, 1995 NBA Finals

Defensive rebounds, game: 19, at Dallas Mavericks, April 30, 1988

Personal fouls, 4-game series: 21, vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 1987 Western Conference First Round

Personal fouls, quarter: 5, vs. Denver Nuggets, April 26, 1986

Blocked shots, career: 472

Blocked shots, 4-game series: 20, vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 1987 Western Conference First Round (5.0 bpg)

  • Also holds the record (see above)

Blocked shots, game: 9, vs. Los Angeles Clippers, April 29, 1993

Finals[edit]

Blocked shots, 7-game series: 27, vs. New York Knicks, 1994

  • Patrick Ewing blocked 30 shots for the Knicks in the same series, but the Rockets won the series.

All-Star[edit]

Blocked shots, career: 23

Blocked shots, game: 5 (1994)

Ranks 3rd in NBA history[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Defensive rebounds, career: 9,714

Highest average, blocked shots per game, career: 3.1 (3,830/1,238)

Playoffs[edit]

Field goal attempts, one postseason: 576 (1995)

Blocked shots, 6-game series: 23, vs. Seattle SuperSonics, 1987 Western Conference Semifinals (3.8 bpg)

Blocked shots, game: 8, three times
8, vs. Boston Celtics, June 5, 1986
8, vs. Portland Trail Blazers, April 28, 1987
8, vs. Seattle SuperSonics, May 16, 1993

All-Star[edit]

Games played: 12 (19851997, except 1991)

Offensive rebounds, game: 7 (1988)

Ranks 4th in NBA history[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Consecutive games with a blocked shot (since 1986—87): 83, January 7, 1993 to January 4, 1994

Playoffs[edit]

Steals, game: 6, vs. Denver Nuggets, April 26, 1986

Blocked shots, game: 7, six times

Ranks 5th in NBA history[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Blocked shots, game: 12, twice

Olajuwon also ranks ninth in career regular season points scored (26,946)

Houston Rockets franchise records[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Service[edit]

Seasons: 17

Games played, career: 1,177

Games played, season: 82 (1984–85, 1988–89, 1989–90, 1992–93)

  • tied with many other players

Minutes played, career: 42,844

Scoring[edit]

Points, career: 26,511

Games scoring 40 or more points, career: 32

Field goals[edit]

Field goals made, career: 10,555

Field goals made, game: 24, vs. Denver Nuggets, January 30, 1997

Field goal attempts, career: 20,573

Free throws[edit]

Free throws made, career: 5,376

Free throw attempts, career: 7,537

Rebounding[edit]

Rebounds, career: 13,382

Offensive rebounds, career: 3,936

Defensive rebounds, career: 9,446

Defensive rebounds, game: 22, at Detroit Pistons, February 27, 1990

Steals[edit]

Steals, career: 2,088

Steals, season: 213 (1988–89)

Blocked shots[edit]

Blocked shots, career: 3,740

Highest average, blocked shots per game, career: 3.18 (3,740/1,177)

Blocked shots, season: 376 (1989–90)

Personal fouls[edit]

Personal fouls, career: 4,236

Disqualifications, career: 80

Turnovers[edit]

Turnovers, career: 3,569

Other[edit]

Triple-doubles, career: 14

Double-doubles, career: 771

Playoffs[edit]

Service[edit]

Games played, career: 140

Minutes played, career: 5,663

Scoring[edit]

Points, career: 3,727

Scoring average, points per game, career: 26.6 (3,727/140)

Scoring average, points per game, any playoff series: 37.5 (150/4), vs. Dallas Mavericks, 1988 Western Conference First Round

Points, game: 49, at Seattle SuperSonics, May 14, 1987 (2 OT)

Points, quarter: 18, first quarter, vs. Utah Jazz, May 5, 1995

Field goals[edit]

Field goals made, career: 1,492

Field goals made, game: 20, at Utah Jazz, April 27, 1995

Field goal attempts, career: 2,825

Field goal attempts, game: 34, vs. Phoenix Suns, May 14, 1995

Free throws[edit]

Free throws made, none missed, game: 13—13, vs. Utah Jazz, May 25, 1994

Free throws made, career: 739

Free throws made, game: 18, vs. Los Angeles Clippers, May 1, 1993

Free throw attempts, career: 1,028

Free throw attempts, game: 20, thrice
20, vs. Los Angeles Lakers, May 18, 1986
20, vs. Los Angeles Clippers, May 1, 1993
20, at Utah Jazz, May 7, 1995

Rebounding[edit]

Rebounds, career: 1,602

Rebounds, game: 26, at Dallas Mavericks, April 30, 1988

Defensive rebounds, game: 19, at Dallas Mavericks, April 30, 1988

Assists[edit]

Assists, career: 456

Steals[edit]

Steals, career: 238

Blocked shots[edit]

Blocked shots, career: 468

Blocked shots, game: 10, at Los Angeles Lakers, April 29, 1990

Rookie[edit]

Olajuwon's rookie season was 1984–85.

Field goal percentage, season: .538 (677—1,258)

Blocked shots, season: 220

Toronto Raptors franchise records[edit]

  • Defensive rebounds, half: 11, first half, at Milwaukee Bucks, December 6, 2001

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Naimsmith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Announces Seven Members of the Class of 2008.". Archived from the original on 2008-04-10.  Retrieved on 2008-04-09
  2. ^ "The New Top 50". SLAM Magazine. Archived from the original on June 22, 2009. Retrieved June 22, 2009.