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How many players have played 20 years in the NBA?

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Asked by: Michelle Brooks

Vince Carter has played the most career seasons, with 22 seasons.

Kobe Bryant 1346 20
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 1560 20
Carmelo Anthony 1260 19
Udonis Haslem 872 19

How many NBA players played over 20 years?

eight players

Only eight players in the history of the National Basketball Association (NBA) have played 20 or more seasons in their respective careers.

Who has played the most years in the NBA?

Vince Carter

Vince Carter has played the most career seasons, with 22 seasons.

Who is 20 years old in the NBA?

Patrick Williams was 20 years old this season.

Killian Hayes 2021-22 2.7
LaMelo Ball 2021-22 7.2
Aleksej Pokusevski 2021-22 3.0
R.J. Hampton 2021-22 2.7

How many players have ever played in the NBA?

4,374 players

A total of 4,374 players have appeared in at least one NBA game. How can anyone whittle that number down to the top 50?

Who is 27 years old in the NBA?

Age 27: Anthony Davis.

Who is 35 years old in the NBA?

LaMarcus Aldridge was 35 years old in 2020-21.

Dwight Howard 2020-21 35
Paul Millsap 2020-21 35
Chris Paul 2020-21 35
Anthony Tolliver 2020-21 35

Who has played the most games in his lifetime?

Games Played

1. LeBron James 266
2. Derek Fisher 259
3. Tim Duncan 251
4. Robert Horry 244
5. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 237

Who is the goat in NBA history?

Who is the GOAT in the NBA? The most common (and correct) answer to this question is former Chicago Bulls guard Michael Jordan. ‘Air Jordan’ won no fewer than six NBA championships during his time with the Chicago Bulls, claiming the Finals MVP award on all six occasions.

Who are the oldest players in the NBA?

Udonis Haslem (41), Heat
Born in 1980, the 41-year-old Haslem is the league’s oldest player. After 19 seasons with Miami, Haslem trails only Kobe Bryant (20) and Dirk Nowitzki (21) for most seasons with one single franchise.

Who has better stats LeBron or Jordan?

LeBron James: Regular season stats. Jordan is superior in the scoring department, but James grabs rebounds and dishes out assists at a higher rate. While both players are known for tenacious defense on the wing, Jordan finished first in the league in steals three times in his career.