Bill Russell, one of the NBA's greatest players, is the all-time leader for career rebounds in Finals history. He pulled down a total of 1718 rebounds over the span of 70 games - the most played in Finals history.
Wilt Chamberlain, ranks second with 862 career rebounds - far fewer than Russell's - but his Finals average of 24.63 is higher than Russell's 23.54.
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LeBron James, the only active player in the top 10 with 561 career rebounds, ranks fourth all-time.
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The next active player, after James, on the all-time charts is Draymond Green, who ranks 21st with 252 career rebounds.
There are only two other active players in the Top 50 all-time in Tristan Thompson (tied 33rd, 199) and Kawhi Leonard (45th, 169).
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