List of career achievements by Shaquille O’Neal

This page details Shaquille O’Neal .

NBA career statistics

Legend
GP Games played GS Games started  MPG Minutes per game
 FG% Field goal percentage  3P% 3-point field goal percentage  FT% Free throw percentage
 RPG Rebounds per game  APG Assists per game  GSP Steals per game
 BPG Blocks per game  PPG Points per game  Bold Career high

Regular Season

year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG GSP BPG PPG
1992-1993 Orlando 81 81 37.9 .562 .000 .592 13.9 1.9 .7 3.5 23.4
1993-1994 Orlando 81 81 39.8 .599 .000 .554 13.2 2.4 .9 2.9 29.3
1994-1995 Orlando 79 79 37.0 .583 .000 .533 11.4 2.7 .9 2.4 29.3
1995-1996 Orlando 54 52 36.0 .573 .500 .487 11.0 2.9 .6 2.1 26.6
1996-1997 LA Lakers 51 51 38.1 .557 .000 .484 12.5 3.1 .9 2.9 26.2
1997-1998 LA Lakers 60 57 36.3 .584 .000 .527 11.4 2.4 .7 2.4 28.3
1998-1999 LA Lakers 49 49 34.8 .576 .000 .540 10.7 2.3 .7 1.7 26.3
1999-00 † LA Lakers 79 79 40.0 .574 .000 .524 13.6 3.8 .5 3.0 29.7
2000-01 † LA Lakers 74 74 39.5 .572 .000 .513 12.7 3.7 .6 2.8 28.7
2001-02 † LA Lakers 67 66 36.1 .579 .000 .555 10.7 3.0 .6 2.0 27.2
2002-03 LA Lakers 67 66 37.8 .574 .000 .622 11.1 3.1 .6 2.4 27.5
2003-04 LA Lakers 67 67 36.8 .584 .000 .490 11.5 2.9 .5 2.5 21.5
2004-05 Miami 73 73 34.1 .601 .000 .461 10.4 2.7 .5 2.3 22.9
2005-06 † Miami 59 58 30.6 .600 .000 .469 9.2 1.9 .4 1.8 20.0
2006-07 Miami 40 39 28.4 .591 .000 .422 7.4 2.0 .2 1.4 17.3
2007-08 Miami 33 33 28.6 , 581 .000 .494 7.8 1.4 .6 1.6 14.2
2007-08 Phoenix 28 28 28.7 .611 .000 .513 10.6 1.7 .5 1.2 12.9
2008-09 Phoenix 75 75 30.0 .609 .000 .595 8.4 1.7 .6 1.4 17.8
2009-10 Cleveland 53 53 23.4 .566 .000 .496 6.7 1.5 .3 1.2 12.0
2010-11 Boston 37 36 20.3 .667 .000 .557 4.8 .7 .4 1.1 9.2
Career 1,207 1,197 34.7 .582 .045 .527 10.9 2.5 .6 2.3 23.7
All-Star 12 9 22.8 .551 .000 .452 8.1 1.4 1.1 1.6 16.8

Playoffs

year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG GSP BPG PPG
1994 Orlando 3 3 42.0 .511 .000 .471 13.3 2.3 .7 3.0 20.7
1995 Orlando 21 21 38.3 .577 .000 .571 11.9 3.3 .9 1.9 25.7
1996 Orlando 12 12 38.3 .606 .000 .393 10.0 4.6 .8 1.3 25.8
1997 LA Lakers 9 9 36.2 .514 .000 .610 10.6 3.2 .6 1.9 26.9
1998 LA Lakers 13 13 38.5 .612 .000 .503 10.2 2.9 .5 2.6 30.5
1999 LA Lakers 8 8 39.4 .510 .000 .466 11.6 2.3 .9 2.9 26.6
2000 † LA Lakers 23 23 43.5 .566 .000 .456 15.4 3.1 .6 2.4 30.7
2001 † LA Lakers 16 16 42.3 .555 .000 .525 15.4 3.2 .4 2.4 30.4
2002 † LA Lakers 19 19 40.8 .529 .000 .649 12.6 2.8 .5 2.5 28.5
2003 LA Lakers 12 12 40.1 .535 .000 .621 14.8 3.7 .6 2.8 27.0
2004 LA Lakers 22 22 41.7 .593 .000 .429 13.2 2.5 .3 2.8 21.5
2005 Miami 13 13 33.2 .558 .000 .472 7.8 1.9 .4 1.5 19.4
2006 † Miami 23 23 33.0 .612 .000 .374 9.8 1.7 .5 1.5 18.4
2007 Miami 4 4 30.3 .559 .000 .333 8.5 1.3 .3 1.5 18.8
2008 Phoenix 5 5 30.0 .440 .000 .500 9.2 1.0 1.0 2.6 15.2
2010 Cleveland 11 11 22.1 .516 .000 .660 5.5 1.4 .2 1.2 11.5
2011 Boston 2 0 6.0 .500 .000 .000 .0 .5 .5 .0 1.0
Career 216 214 37.5 .563 .000 .504 11.6 2.7 .5 2.1 24.3

Career ranking

As of January 19, 2016

Career – season
  • Free throws made – 19th (5,935)
  • Points – 7th (28,596)
  • Field goal attempts – 21st (19,457)
  • Free throw attempts – 4th (11,252)
  • Field goals made – 5th (11330)
  • Points per game – 20th (23.69)
  • Minutes played – 22nd (41,918)
  • Minutes per game – 87th (34.73)
  • Games played – 30th (1,207)
  • Assists – 185th (3,026)
  • Personal fouls – 10th (4,146)
  • Turnovers – 14th (3,310)
  • Defensive rebounds – 8th (8,890)
  • Rebounds – 14th (13,099)
  • Blocks – 8th (2,732)
  • Rebounds per game – 27th (10.85)
  • Offensive rebounds – 6th (4,209)
  • Blocks per game – 14th (2.26)
Career – playoffs
  • Field goal attempts – 6th (3,627)
  • Free throws made – 6th (1,168)
  • Points – 4th (5,250)
  • Minutes played – 5th (8,098)
  • Turnovers – 2nd (649)
  • Free throw attempts – 1st (2,317)
  • Steals – 68th (117)
  • Games played – 6th (216)
  • Rebounds – 4th (2,508)
  • Personal fouls – 2nd (769)
  • Assists – 38th (582)
  • Points per game – 18th (24.31)
  • Defensive rebounds – 2nd (1,642)
  • Minutes per game – 70th (37.49)
  • Blocks per game – 12th (2.12)
  • Offensive rebounds – 1st (866)
  • Rebounds per game – 17th (11.61)
  • Blocks – 4th (459)
  • Field goals made – 3rd (2,041)
O’Neal is ranked in the top 250.

Awards and accomplishments

College

Cited from College Basketball Reference ‘s Shaquille O’Neal page unless noted otherwise . [1]

  • AP Player of the Year : 1990-91
  • Consensus All-America First Team : 1990-91
  • Rupp Trophy : 1990-91
  • UPI Player of the Year : 1990-91
  • Consensus All-America First Team : 1991-92
  • SEC Player of the Year : 1991-92

NBA

Cited from Basketball Reference ‘s Shaquille O’Neal page unless noted otherwise . [2]

  • 4 × NBA champion : 2000, 2001, 2002, 2006
  • 3 × NBA Finals MVP : 2000, 2001, 2002
  • NBA Most Valuable Player : 2000
  • NBA Rookie of the Year : 1993
  • 2x NBA scoring champion : 1995, 2000
  • 3 × NBA All-Star Game MVP : 2000, 2004, 2009
  • 15 × NBA All-Star : 1993,1994,1995,1996,1997,1998,2000, 2001,2002,2003,2004,2005,2006,2007, 2009
  • 14 × All-NBA :
    • First Team : 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
    • Second Team : 1995, 1999
    • Third Team : 1994, 1996, 1997, 2008
  • 3 × NBA All-Defensive :
    • Second Team : 2000, 2001, 2003
  • NBA All-Rookie First Team : 1993
  • 12 × NBA Player of the Month
  • 20 × NBA Player of the Week
  • 4 × NBA Rookie of the Month

United States National Team

  • Olympic medalist :
    • Gold : 1996
  • FIBA World Championship medalist
    • Gold : 1994
  • USA Basketball Male Athlete of the Year : 1994

Other

  • McDonald’s All-American MVP (1989)
  • Sports Illustrated NBA All-Decade First Team : 2000-2009 [3]
  • 2 × Best NBA Player ESPY Award : 2001,2002 [4] [5]

NBA records and form records

Career

Youngest player in NBA history to :

  • 1,000 rebounds
    • Surpassed by Dwight Howard
  • 2,000 rebounds
    • Surpassed by Dwight Howard
  • 3,000 rebounds
    • Surpassed by Dwight Howard
  • Record at least 40 points and 20 rebounds in a game.

Regular Season

Field goals

Most seasons leading NBA in field goal

Most consecutive seasons leading NBA in field goal percentage: 5, 1997-98-2001-02

  • Tied with Wilt Chamberlain

Free throws

Most free throws attempted in a game with none made: 11, December 8, 2000

Playoffs

Scoring

Games scoring 10 or more points, career : 206

  • Broken by Tim Duncan

Part of the only time in NBA playoff history when four players scored 30 or more points in the same game : Houston Rockets at Orlando Magic, June 9, 1995

  • Includes Hakeem Olajuwon , Sam Cassell , and Anfernee Hardaway .

Rebounds

Offensive rebounds, career : 866

Free throws

Free throw attempts, career : 2,317

Free throw attempts, one postseason : 296 (2000)

Free throw attempts, 4-game series : 68, vs. New Jersey Nets, 2002 NBA Finals

Free throw attempts, game (regulation) : 39, vs. Indiana Pacers, June 9, 2000

Free throw attempts, quarter : 25, vs. Portland Trail Blazers, May 20, 2000

Free throw attempts, half : 27, vs. Portland Trail Blazers, May 20, 2000

Finals

Scoring

Points, 4-game series : 145, vs. New Jersey Nets, 2002

Points, fourth quarter : 17, vs. Indiana Pacers, 2000

  • Tied with Dwyane Wade , Kevin Durant , Russell Westbrook , and Stephen Curry .

Free throws

Free throws made, 4-game series : 45, vs. New Jersey Nets, 2002

Free throw attempts, 4-game series : 68, vs. New Jersey Nets, 2002

Free throw attempts, 5-game series : 76, vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 2001

Free throw attempts, 6-game series : 93, vs. Indiana Pacers, 2000

Blocks

Blocked shots, game : 8, vs. Philadelphia 76ers, June 8, 2001

  • Tied with Bill Walton , Hakeem Olajuwon , Patrick Ewing , and Tim Duncan

Blocked shots, 4-game series : 11, vs. New Jersey Nets, 2002

  • Tied with Elvin Hayes , George Johnson , Julius Erving and John Hally ,

Blocked shots, 5-game series : 17, vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 2001

NBA achievements

Regular Season

Career

  • One of two players in NBA history to lead NBA Finals in scoring. [6]
    • Includes LeBron James.
  • One of two players in NBA history to miss 5,000 free throws.
    • Includes Wilt Chamberlain.
  • One of three players in NBA history to record at least 20 points, 15 rebounds, and 8 blocks in a game by the age of 22.
    • Includes Tim Duncan and Anthony Davis.
  • One of five players in NBA history to change teams after averaging at least 25 points and 10 rebounds the prior season.
    • Includes Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Elvin Hayes, Moses Malone, and Kevin Love.
  • One of sixteen players in NBA history to win multiple NBA scoring titles.
    • Includes George Mikan, Paul Arizin, Neil Johnston, Bob Pettit, Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Bob McAdoo, George Gervin, Adrian Dantley, Michael Jordan, Allen Iverson, Tracy McGrady, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, and Russell Westbrook.

Season[edit]

  • Only player in NBA history to win the NBA scoring title without making a single three-point field goal in the season that they won the award. (since the introduction of the three-point field goal)
  • One of two players in NBA history to receive all but one vote for the NBA Most Valuable Player Award in a single season.[7]
    • Includes LeBron James.
  • One of two players in NBA history to be named Player of the Week in the first week of their rookie season.
    • Includes Michael Carter-Williams.
  • One of three players in NBA history to win NBA MVP, All-Star game MVP and Finals MVP awards in the same year (2000);
    • Includes Michael Jordan (achieved this twice) and Willis Reed.
  • One of four players in NBA History to record at least 400 points during the first 15 games of a season at age 21 or younger.
    • Includes LeBron James (twice), Michael Jordan and Kevin Durant.
  • One of fifteen players in NBA history to record 30+ points in 10+ consecutive regular season games.
    • Includes Wilt Chamberlain, Oscar Robertson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Nate Archibald, Jerry West, Moses Malone, World B. Free, George Gervin, Michael Jordan, Karl Malone, Kobe Bryant, Tracy McGrady, LeBron James and Kevin Durant.

Game

  • One of two players in NBA history to record at least 60 points and 20 rebounds in a game.
    • Includes Wilt Chamberlain
  • Only in NBA history to record at least 46 points, 21 rebounds, and 5 blocks in a game.
  • Only in NBA history to record at least 40 points and 20 rebounds in a game as a rookie.
  • One of three players in NBA history to record at least 38 points, 16 rebounds, and 8 blocks in a game.
    • Includes Hakeem Olajuwon (twice) and Dwight Howard .
  • One of four players in NBA history to record at least 25 points, 15 rebounds, 5 steals and 5 blocks in a game.
    • Includes Hakeem Olajuwon (four times), David Robinson and Dwight Howard .
  • One of four players in NBA history to record at least 17 points, 25 rebounds, and 7 blocks in a game.
    • Includes Hakeem Olajuwon , Dikembe Mutombo , and John Henson .

Playoffs

Career

  • Only player in NBA history to record at least 40 points and 17 rebounds in a playoff game at least seven times.

NBA Finals

Career

  • Only player in NBA history to score at least 30 points in all games in an NBA Finals series multiple times.
  • One of two players in NBA history to win three consecutive NBA Finals MVP Awards . [8]
    • Includes Michael Jordan (achieved this twice).
  • One of four players in NBA history to win three NBA Finals MVP Awards .
    • Includes Michael Jordan , Magic Johnson , Tim Duncan , and LeBron James .

Game

  • T-1st place all-time for scored points in NBA Finals Game 1 loss with 44.
    • Tied with LeBron James .
  • One of two players in NBA history to produce outright game highs of points, rebounds, and assists in an NBA Finals game.
    • Includes LeBron James .

Orlando Magic franchise records

Regular Season

Field goals made, game: 22, April 20, 1994

Field goals made, season: 953 (1993-94)

Minutes played, season: 3,224 (1993-94)

Offensive rebounds, season: 384 (1993-94)

Blocks, season: 286 (1992-93)

Personal fouls, season: 321 (1992-93)

Blocks per game, season: 3.5 (1992-93)

Blocks per game, career: 2.8

Blocked shots, game: 15, at New Jersey Nets, November 20, 1993

Playoffs

Field goals made, game: 18, vs. Atlanta Hawks, May 8, 1996

Los Angeles Lakers franchise records

Regular Season

Offensive rebounds, season: 336, (1999-00)

Free throw attempts, half: 20, second half, at Golden State Warriors, March 14, 2002

  • Tied with Dwight Howard (second half, at Orlando Magic, March 12, 2013)

Playoffs

Offensive rebounds, game: 11, vs. Sacramento, May 6, 2001

Offensive rebounds, career: 561.

Points, postseason: 707 points, (2000 Playoffs)

Blocks per game, career: 2.54

Blocked shots, postseason: 61, (2004 Playoffs)

Rebounds, game: 24, vs. Indiana Pacers, June 9, 2000

Miami Heat franchise records

Regular Season

Field goal percentage, season: .601 (2004-05)

Field goal percentage, .596

Playoffs

Rebounds, game: 20, May 4, 2006

References

  1. Jump up^ “Shaquille O’Neal Collge” .
  2. Jump up^ “Shaquille O’Neal” .
  3. Jump up^ “Kobe, Shaq, Duncan lead All-Decade team” .
  4. Jump up^ “Espy winners” .
  5. Jump up^ “Espy winners” .
  6. Jump up^ “LeBron is 2nd player to lead NBA Finals in scoring, but play on different team next season (Shaq, 2004).” .
  7. Jump up^ “LeBron James wins 4th MVP award” .
  8. Jump up^ “NBA & ABA Finals Most Valuable Player Award Winners” .

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