Trophies, English Trophy, according to the NBA practice over the years, the following big awards can win trophies. First of all, of course, the championship, the O’Brien Cup; in addition, the regular season MVP, Finals MVP, all-Star MVP, defensive player of the year, best rookie, best sixth man and best manager can all get trophies. If the gold content of the trophy (which itself is difficult to measure accurately, excluding all-Star individual trophies for the sake of relative fairness), who is the king of NBA trophies in terms of the number of trophies alone?
11 trophies: Byrd
“Big Bird” Byrd, one of the black and white males of the 1980s, is also said to be the best NBA player to pretend to be the king of garbage. Byrd was unambiguous when he picked up the trophy. His 11 trophies include three championships, one Best Rookie Award, one all-Star MVP, three regular season MVP, two Finals MVP and one Best Coach Award.
12 trophies: Shaquille O’Neal, Kobe Bryant, Duncan
As a OK team, Shaquille O’Neal and Kobe Bryant have 12 trophies, which is fate. O’Neal ‘s 12 trophies include four championships, one Best Rookie Award, three all-Star MVP, one regular season MVP and three Finals MVP. Bryant’s 12 trophies include five championships, four all-Star MVP, one regular season MVP and two Finals MVP. Spurs superstar Tim Duncan, hailed as the number one power forward in history, also has 12 trophies, including five titles, one Best Rookie Award, one all-Star MVP, two regular season MVP and three Finals MVP.
13 trophies: James Johnson
So far, James has tied Magician Johnson with 13 trophies. James’s 13 trophies include three championships, one Best Rookie Award, two all-Star MVP, four regular season MVP, three Finals MVP, and three Finals MVP,. Johnson’s 13 trophies include five championships, two all-Star MVP, three regular season MVP and three Finals MVP.
15 trophies: Karim Abdul Jabbar
NBA history scoring king Abdul-Jabbar, “sky hook” is his stunt, he ranked third on the list. Jabbar won a total of 15 trophies in his career, including six championships, one Best Rookie Award, six regular season MVP and two Finals MVP.
22 trophies: Michael Jordan
Michael-there are you everywhere-Jordan, such a list of honors, how can there be no Jordan. Because Russell didn’t catch up with the Finals MVP, Jordan was not only at the top of the list, but also a little ahead. He has won 22 trophies in his career, including six championships, one Best Rookie Award, one Best defensive player Award, three all-Star MVP, five regular season MVP and six Finals MVP. The god of basketball.