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Steals - Season: Career Total / Average /
Single Season Total / Average

Steals - Playoffs: Career Total / Average /
Single Playoffs Total / Average

Kings All-Time Steals Leaders: Single Playoffs Per Game Average

List with the stats for the top 50 players with the best single playoffs steals per game average in Kings history.

Notes: - These stats were updated on July 13, 2019
- Steals were not recorded until 1973-74.
- This list only includes players with a minimum of 10 steals.

Kings All-Time Steals Leaders:
Single Playoffs Per Game Average - Top 50

Player
Steals Total
Steals
Playoffs Games
1. Bill Robinzine 2.60 13 1979 5
2. Doug Christie 2.50 20 2001 8
Sarunas Marciulionis 2.50 10 1996 4
4. Phil Ford 2.40 12 1979 5
5. Doug Christie 2.06 33 2002 16
6. Otis Birdsong 2.00 10 1979 5
Ernie Grunfeld 2.00 30 1981 15
Sam Lacey 2.00 12 1975 6
9. Mike Bibby 1.92 23 2004 12
10. Sam Lacey 1.87 28 1981 15
11. Doug Christie 1.83 22 2004 12
Peja Stojakovic 1.83 22 2004 12
13. Otis Birdsong 1.50 12 1981 8
14. Mike Bibby 1.44 23 2002 16
15. Chris Webber 1.43 10 2003 7
16. Chris Webber 1.33 16 2004 12
17. Anthony Peeler 1.27 14 2004 11
18. Reggie King 1.20 18 1981 15
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Player
Steals Total
Steals
Playoffs Games
Hedo Turkoglu 1.20 12 2003 10
Scott Wedman 1.20 18 1981 15
21. Mike Bibby 1.17 14 2003 12
22. Vlade Divac 1.13 18 2002 16
23. Doug Christie 1.00 12 2003 12
Bobby Jackson 1.00 12 2003 12
25. Bobby Jackson 0.88 14 2002 16
Chris Webber 0.88 14 2002 16
27. Peja Stojakovic 0.83 10 2003 12
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