All time WBA leaders.

by Ron Chambers
One problem with taking a long  break from the league is that people forget the history. So, I thought I would take a couple of minutes to list the top 10 players in each major statistical area just to remind us who the all-time greats are.
 

Games

  1. 944- Jim McCarthy
  2. 940- Tom Perkins
  3. 939- Boom-Boom Casey
  4. 939- George Holt
  5. 933- Dave Short
  6. 933- Joe Siebert
  7. 929- Chuck Henderson
  8. 913- Jimmy Foster
  9. 888- Bill Blackstone
  10. 883- Bill Yeager

Points

  1. 23,057- Wayne Taylor
  2. 21,475- Dave Williams
  3. 21,369- Boom-Boom Casey
  4. 19,698-George Holt
  5. 19,616- Jim McCarthy
  6. 19,571- Harry Jarvis
  7. 19,346- Dave Short
  8. 19,067-Lou Gonzales
  9. 18,438- Shane Strom
  10. 18,271- Bill Yeager

Rebounds

  1. 10,189- Joe Siebert
  2. 10,122- Paul Wilson
  3. 10,114- Dave Short
  4. 9,704- Jim McCarthy
  5. 8542- Tome Perkins
  6. 8295- Boom-Boom Casey
  7. 8197- George Holt
  8. 7990- Jerry Bramson
  9. 7827- Horace Colbert
  10. 7543- A.J. Schulz

Assists

  1. 10,509- Chuck Henderson
  2. 9036- Jimmy Foster
  3. 7046- Parker Mason
  4. 6903- Kelvin Davidson
  5. 6413- Buck Jones
  6. 5533- Austyn Williams
  7. 5188- Dexter Kodak
  8. 5120- Brandon Sandler
  9. 4577- John Greene
  10. 4424- Anson Valente

Steals

  1. 2842- Chuck Henderson
  2. 2501- Otto Hameleers
  3. 2444- John Greene
  4. 2018- Lou Gonzales
  5. 1923- Scott Nicholson
  6. 1784- J.J. McCauley
  7. 1730- Jimmy Foster
  8. 1671- Parker Mason
  9. 1663- Eugene LaMaitre
  10. 1647- Dexter Kodak

Blocks

  1. 3375- Lou Gonzales
  2. 2788- Joe Siebert
  3. 2719- Jim McCarthy
  4. 2375- Boom-Boom Casey
  5. 2092- Bill Yeager
  6. 2090- Kent Mercer
  7. 1863- Bobby Cress
  8. 1830- Donavan Jones
  9. 1826- Tom Perkins
  10. 1816- Arnold Eaton
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