Ranking the 20 greatest players in NBA history

[post_page_title]Karl Malone[/post_page_title]
“The Mailman” is in second place on the all-time scoring list, behind only Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. That’s an impressive feat, considering he was able to exceed the scoring production of players the caliber of Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant, who were scoring machines in their own right. After playing 18 seasons for the Utah Jazz, Malone played his final season with the Lakers, in an attempt to acquire the elusive championship he so direly wanted. A true model of consistency, Malone was a 14-time All-Star during his 19 professional seasons. He received NBA MVP honors twice during his illustrious career.

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