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NBA Finals: Who are the all-time leaders for career double-doubles?

Just like the all-time leaderboard for a majority of the individual stats in the NBA Finals history, Hall of Famer and Boston Celtics legend Bill Russell sits atop yet again.

Through 70 games - the most Finals played ever - the 11-time NBA Champion nearly recorded a double-double in each with 56.

MORE: Single-game records for every stat in NBA Finals history

LeBron James, the only active player in the top 10 with 35 career Finals double-doubles, ranks third all-time.

Rank Player Career Double-doubles Career Finals games
1. Bill Russell 56 70
2. Magic Johnson 43 50
3. LeBron James 35 55
4. Elgin Baylor 32 40
5. Wilt Chamberlain 30 35
6. Tim Duncan 27 34
7. Shaquille O'Neal 24 30
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 24 56
9. Larry Bird 22 31
10. Scottie Pippen 13 35
Robert Parish 13 31

The next active player, after James, on the all-time charts is Draymond Green, who ranks a tied 12th with 12 double-doubles through 27 Finals games.

The only other active player in the top 25 for Finals double-doubles is two-time Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard, who has nine double-doubles to his name having played 18 games.

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