NBA Honors: Blocks Leaders, Grouped by Player

This is the complete list of NBA players that led the league in blocks, grouped by player.

Player with the Most Honors:

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar / Marcus Camby / Mark Eaton
4 times Blocks Leader

NBA Honors: Blocks Leader

The blocks were not recorded and were not an official statistic until the 1973-74 season. That's the reason why, although Bill Russell and Wilt Chamberlain could have been the top shot blockers of all time, you won't find them here.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the only player to have led the NBA in scoring, rebounds and blocks at least once, blocked more shots per game than anybody 4 times, and he did it for two different teams, the Lakers and the Bucks.

Mark Eaton and Marcus Camby are also at the top of this list.

Blocks Leaders: by Year / by Player / by Team

NBA Single Season Blocks Leaders. All-time list of players who led the league.

Team / Season
4 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Los Angeles Lakers
Milwaukee Bucks
4 Marcus Camby
Denver Nuggets
Toronto Raptors
4 Mark Eaton
3 Anthony Davis
New Orleans Pelicans
3 George Johnson
San Antonio Spurs
New Jersey Nets
3 Dikembe Mutombo
Denver Nuggets
3 Hakeem Olajuwon
Houston Rockets
2 Manute Bol
Golden State Warriors
Washington Bullets
2 Dwight Howard
Orlando Magic
2 Serge Ibaka
Oklahoma City Thunder
2 Alonzo Mourning
Miami Heat
2 Theo Ratliff
Atlanta Hawks / Portland Trail Blazers
Philadelphia 76ers
2 Myles Turner
Indiana Pacers
2 Hassan Whiteside
Portland Trail Blazers
Miami Heat
1 Andrew Bogut
Milwaukee Bucks
1 Shawn Bradley
New Jersey Nets / Dallas Mavericks
1 Elton Brand
Los Angeles Clippers
1 Rudy Gobert
Utah Jazz
1 Andrei Kirilenko
Utah Jazz
1 David Robinson
San Antonio Spurs
1 Tree Rollins
Atlanta Hawks
1 Elmore Smith
Los Angeles Lakers
1 Ben Wallace
Detroit Pistons
1 Bill Walton
Portland Trail Blazers