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Kings All-Time Steals Leaders: Single Regular Season Totals

List with the stats for the top 50 players with the most single season total steals in Kings history.

Notes: - These stats were updated on July 13, 2019
- Steals were not recorded until 1973-74.

Kings All-Time Steals Leaders:
Single Regular Season Totals - Top 50

Player
Steals Season Games
1. Brian Taylor 199 1977 72
2. Doug Christie 183 2001 81
3. Doug Christie 180 2003 80
4. Phil Ford 174 1979 79
5. Doug Christie 160 2002 81
6. Doug Christie 151 2004 82
7. Metta World Peace 149 2007 70
Nate Williams 149 1974 82
9. Rajon Rondo 141 2016 72
10. Sam Lacey 139 1975 81
11. Mike Woodson 137 1983 81
12. Otis Birdsong 136 1980 82
Phil Ford 136 1980 82
14. Lionel Simmons 135 1992 78
Mike Woodson 135 1982 76
16. Metta World Peace 133 2008 57
De'Aaron Fox 133 2019 81
18. Sam Lacey 132 1976 81
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Player
Steals Season Games
19. Tiny Archibald 126 1976 78
Larry Drew 126 1983 75
Sam Lacey 126 1974 79
22. Otis Birdsong 125 1979 82
Mitch Richmond 125 1996 81
Spud Webb 125 1992 77
25. Mike Bibby 124 2005 80
26. Walt Williams 123 1995 77
27. Larry Drew 121 1984 73
28. Sam Lacey 120 1978 77
Chris Webber 120 2000 75
Ray Williams 120 1983 72
31. Tiny Archibald 119 1975 82
Ron Boone 119 1977 82
Sam Lacey 119 1977 82
34. Mitch Richmond 118 1997 81
Player
Steals Season Games
35. Jason Williams 117 2000 81
Mike Woodson 117 1985 78
37. Danny Ainge 113 1990 75
Lionel Simmons 113 1991 79
39. Mike Bibby 112 2004 82
Reggie Theus 112 1986 82
41. Sam Lacey 111 1980 81
42. Larry Drew 110 1982 81
43. DeMarcus Cousins 109 2014 71
Tyreke Evans 109 2010 72
45. Randy Brown 108 1993 75
DeMarcus Cousins 108 2013 75
Peja Stojakovic 108 2004 81
48. Sam Lacey 106 1979 82
Bill Robinzine 106 1980 81
Chris Webber 106 2003 67
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