Wade is now 11th on the all-time playoff scoring list. (Getty Images)
The longer Dwyane Wade’s Hall of Fame career goes, the more incredible names he bypasses in the all-time rankings.
He plowed all the way to 39th on the NBA scoring list during the season and kept climbing during the playoffs. With 21.4 points per game this postseason, he pulled ahead of Elgin Baylor, Scottie Pippen, Dirk Nowitzki, Magic Johnson, Hakeem Olajuwon and John Havlicek for No. 11 in all-time playoff scoring.
Here’s the top of the list:
1. Michael Jordan — 5,987
2. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar — 5,762
3. Kobe Bryant — 5,640
4. Shaquille O’Neal — 5,250
5. LeBron James* — 5,208
6. Tim Duncan* — 5,172
7. Karl Malone — 4,761
8. Jerry West — 4,457
9. Larry Bird — 3,897
10. Tony Parker* — 3,885
11. Dwyane Wade* — 3,781
* – active
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