Fernando Martin, the eternal 10

Rebounders in the NBA great Wilt Chamberlain, led the NBA in rebounding in 11 different seasons, taking the record for being the most rebounds in a race has achieved in the regular season, with 23,924, the best percentage (22.9 per game) , which has achieved more rebounds in a single season (2,149), the best average (27.2), which has achieved more rebounds in one game (55) and in a play-off game (41). 2 Bill Russell, was the first player to average more than 20 rebounds in a regular phase. Is second in total rebounds to Chamberlain in NBA history in both total and percentage. He averaged over 20 catches per game in 10 of his 13 pro seasons. Bob Pettit average 20.3 rebounds per game during the 1960-61 season, his average for his career total was 16.2 rebounds , the third best of all time.Maintains a record in the All Stars to get 26 in 1958 and 27 in 1962. Nate Thurmond, averaged over 20 rebounds in two different seasons, with an average total at the end of his career at 15.0 per game. Maintains a record in the NBA to be the most rebounds in one quarter achieved with 18. It, along with Bill Russell and Wilt Chamberlain the only player to get more than 40 rebounds in a game. Jerry Lucas, averaged over 20 rebounds per game in two seasons (including 21.1 in the 1965-66), and had an average over his career of 15.6 per night. Moses Malone, led the league in rebounds per game in 6 different seasons, with a maximum of 17.6 per game in 1978-79.is the fifth highest rebounder in the history of the NBA, and the third when taking into account their seasons in the ABA. Dennis Rodman, led the league in rebounds in 7 different seasons, with a maximum of 18.7 in the 1991-92. Other great rebounders have been Maurice Stokes, Elgin Baylor, Walt Bellamy, Wes Unseld, Elvin Hayes, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Dave Cowens, Artis Gilmore, Robert Parish, Hakeem Olajuwon, Patrick Ewing, Charles Barkley , Karl Malone, David Robinson, Dikembe Mutombo, Ben Wallace, Alonzo Mourning and Shaquille O’Neal Other current NBA players noted for their power rebounder are Dwight Howard, Zach Randolph, Shawn Marion, Emeka Okafor, Carlos Boozer, Al Jefferson , Nick Collison, Tim Duncan, Jermaine O’Neal, Samuel Dalembert, Chris Kaman, Brad Miller, Andris Biedrins, Al Horford, Lamar Odom, Tyson Chandler, Marcus Camby and Kevin Garnett.